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Our people: Patient Safety and Clinical Improvementrss feed

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.

Katherine Edwards

Katherine leads on Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement at the Oxford AHSN, running a large number of quality improvement projects across the region, and contributing to national patient safety programmes. Katherine has over 20 years’ experience working in the NHS and healthcare, starting her career in midwifery and progressing through clinical management of wards and […]

Steve McManus

Steve is Chief Executive of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, a post he has held since January 2017. Steve’s NHS career dates back more than 30 years. He began training as a nurse in 1987 and has gone on to hold a number of senior roles. He chairs the Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement […]

Fran Butler

Fran has worked in a variety of roles within the NHS including in public health, as GP practice manager and, most recently, as Dementia Clinical Network Manager for the Oxford AHSN. In this latter role she managed a number of projects including improving services for people with young onset dementia, and best practice networks for […]

Alice Roberts

Alice joined the Oxford AHSN in July 2019. She has more than ten years’ experience as an executive assistant working at board and director level in the NHS, higher education and publishing.

Geri Briggs

Geri has over 30 years’ experience as a therapeutic radiographer, working clinically in both planning and treatment, in service management and quality management. She has been involved in national initiatives to improve patient safety in radiotherapy.

Katie Lean

Katie leads the successful care home hydration project. She has 25 years NHS experience as a nurse and midwife in community and hospital settings. She has been responsible for investigating adverse incidents in perinatal care and quality improvement at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Jo Murray

Jo leads on deterioration. Her clinical background is as a respiratory physiotherapist where she has more than 20 years’ NHS experience. Jo was previously a Patient Safety Manager at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, responsible for investigating incidents, supporting clinical effectiveness and quality improvement programmes including sepsis, pressure ulcers and falls.

Eileen Dudley

Eileen has 30 years’ NHS experience as a nurse and midwife working in acute and community settings. She has been a supervisor of midwives since 2013. More recently she has worked as quality improvement educator with Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.