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Our people

Oxford AHSN Directors and Board members are listed first. Scroll down or click through to the next pages for other members of the Oxford AHSN team. Alternatively, you can refine your search by using the specialties listed below.

Shane Massey

Shane joined the Oxford AHSN in January 2022 as Executive Assistant to the Director and Project Support Officer. Prior to joining the Oxford AHSN Shane worked for the Public Health Commissioning team.

Specialties: Strategic and Industry Partnerships

Amelia James

Amelia works for both the Oxford and Kent Surrey Sussex AHSNs, joining in April 2022. She has a broad financial service background, with a key focus on environmental responsibility and sustainable practice. Amelia will focus on how the AHSNs’ support the NHS in achieving its net zero carbon ambition, embedding environmental sustainability in all initiatives […]

Specialties: Strategic and Industry Partnerships
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Hayley Trueman

Hayley joined the Oxford AHSN in 2021. She is a mental health nurse and had experience working in acute inpatient care and treatment-resistant depression before becoming a safety and quality improvement lead across mental health and community health services. Hayley is a graduate of the Oxford AHSN Masters programme in partnership with the University of […]

Specialties: Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement

Jon Vollam

Jon leads the deterioration programme. He joined the Oxford AHSN in 2021. Jon is an intensive care nurse by background. He has extensive experience in the Royal Air Force Medical Services where he held a variety of clinical leadership, assurance and policy development roles. Jon has a professional interest in human factors and ergonomics.

Specialties: Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement
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Rebecca Monk

Rebecca joined the Oxford AHSN in August 2022. She has over ten years’ experience in mental health and talking therapies services.  She is a psychological wellbeing practitioner (PWP) with a keen interest in improving patient outcomes. Rebecca has worked in primary care on depression and anxiety, progressing to clinical leadership roles.

Specialties: Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement

Praful Bhooma

Praful joined the Oxford AHSN in September 2022 as a Project Manager. He has worked in the NHS for over 15 years and he has expertise in project management, quality improvement and education. Praful has a Master’s degree in Management in Health and Social care

Specialties: Clinical Innovation Adoption
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Charlotte Heppell

Charlotte joined the Oxford AHSN in September 2022 having worked for a respiratory medical device company for eight years. Her previous role involved utilising the latest research and product developments to identify new areas of opportunity and applications for innovations. Charlotte has a master’s degree in clinical research and has experience collaborating with multiple stakeholders […]

Specialties: Clinical Innovation Adoption
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Ineke Wolsey

Ineke has worked across the commercial sector and the NHS in mental health and organisational development for many years. She has worked for big blue chip companies such as Motorola and Hewlett Packard in international roles but returned to the NHS in 2010. In her current role as Anxiety and Depression Network Manager Ineke brings […]

Specialties: Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement
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Nigel Sims

Nigel joined the Oxford AHSN in 2021. He has 25 years’ experience in the public sector, working in health and wellbeing roles, designing and implementing service improvements. He has an MBA qualification and has held a number of senior roles working alongside and within the NHS on wellbeing and deprivation projects. Throughout his career Nigel […]

Specialties: Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement
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Emma Brown

Emma is a physiotherapist and has worked in the NHS for almost 20 years.  Her experience spans across acute and community services in collaboration with social care and the voluntary sector.  Emma’s speciality is neuro rehabilitation and has held the role of vice chair of the Clinical Advisory Group for stroke rehabilitation across the East […]