Nichole McIntosh FRSA
Head of Clinical Quality
Enfield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)England - London (North, East and Essex)
Senior Nurse | Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts | Motivational Speaker | Blogger | Florence Nightingale Foundation Alumni:
A senior nurse with extensive experience in a range of acute healthcare NHS settings and in clinical quality in a Clinical Commissioning Group.
Passionate about providing high quality patient care with recognised expertise in this area. Having worked for 2 decades in the NHS, I am keen to be part of a wider network of people with a range of skills and expertise that would both resonate with talents and skills but would also inspire me to innovate and test out ideas.
An alumni of the Florence Nightingale Foundation following the award of Florence Nightingale Foundation Research Scholarships in 2011 and 2012. It was a great honour to be selected to be the Leader of the Procession and Lamp bearer at Florence Nightingale Commemorative Service at Westminster Abbey in May 2016.
I share my experiences as a black woman and professional within a culturally diverse sector, giving honest and insightful reflections, in my successful blog: The Human Touch blog which can be found at my website www.nicholemcintosh.com
Each month we'll be introducing you to a new Q member – this month we hear from Nichole McIntosh, who conquered her imposter syndrome and found the courage to apply to Q.
Areas of interest
- Acute care
- Collaboration and networking
- Community and voluntary
- End of life care
- Improvement research
- Long-term conditions
- Older people
- Patient and public involvement
- Patient experience
- Patient safety
- Person-centred care
- Quality improvement