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Katherine Edwards – Director of Patient Safety & Clinical Improvement

Katherine Edwards is the Director of Patient Safety and Clinical Improvement at the Oxford Patient Safety Collaborative, and part of the senior team of the Oxford AHSN (Academic Health Science Network). In this role she leads a large number of quality improvement projects spanning the Thames Valley region, and contributes to a number of national […]

Dr Nick Broughton

Dr Nick Broughton chairs our oversight group. H took over from Stuart Bell as Chief Executive of Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust in 2020, joining from Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust. As a consultant psychiatrist for more than 20 years specialising in forensic psychiatry, he has held medical and clinical director roles, and a variety […]

Prof Charles Vincent

Charles is a leading national figure in the patient safety field having devoted much of his working life to research into how to make healthcare safer. Read more about Charles and his research interests Charles sets out the aims and priorities of the Oxford AHSN around patient safety in this video

Dr Ian Reckless

Dr Reckless took up post as Medical Director at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in April 2016.  Dr Reckless continues to undertake clinical work both at Milton Keynes and in Oxford where he remains Honorary Consultant Stroke Physician / Senior Clinical Lecturer at the John Radcliffe Hospital. He contributes to the work of […]

Prof Heather Loveday

Heather Loveday is Professor of Evidence based Healthcare and Director of the Richard Wells Research Centre at the University of West London. She is a registered nurse and nurse teacher, and a principal investigator with particular interest in infection prevention and control. She is lead for research and development at the Infection Prevention Society and […]

Douglas Findlay, Lay Partner

Douglas takes an active role in public and patient involvement, engagement and experience around the health and social care agenda. He is involved locally, regionally and nationally alongside a wide range of different organisations. At a national level, Douglas consults with a number of academic and public bodies where he contributes to health research and health […]