News & Updates

Shameem Joomun

5 January 2021

Shameem is a QI Coach. A QI Coach role involves: Coaching QI teams within directorates, meeting with the team regularly Deeper knowledge of improvement methods and tools Their responsibilities are: Help engage people and teams in QI Support project teams to develop ideas and strategy, using QI tools, and advise on how to complete project… Read More



Rebecca Daniels

5 January 2021

Rebecca is a QI Coach. A QI Coach role involves: Coaching QI teams within directorates, meeting with the team regularly Deeper knowledge of improvement methods and tools Their responsibilities are: Help engage people and teams in QI Support project teams to develop ideas and strategy, using QI tools, and advise on how to complete project… Read More



Sarah Skeels

18 June 2020

Sarah is a QI Sponsor A QI Sponsor role involves: A senior member of staff with close link to DMT Keep an eye on project progression, helping unblock barriers and championing the work Support DMTs in developing improvement priorities, and planning QI training Manage allocation of resource and effort to QI Accountable for project progression… Read More



Joanne Beckman

18 June 2020

Joanne is a QI Sponsor A QI Sponsor role involves: A senior member of staff with close link to DMT Keep an eye on project progression, helping unblock barriers and championing the work Support DMTs in developing improvement priorities, and planning QI training Manage allocation of resource and effort to QI Accountable for project progression… Read More



Mark Bertie

24 May 2019

Mark Bertie is an Admin Lead. A QI Coach role involves: Coaching QI teams within directorates, meeting with the team regularly Deeper knowledge of improvement methods and tools Their responsibilities are: Help engage people and teams in QI Support project teams to develop ideas and strategy, using QI tools, and advise on how to complete… Read More


Mark Bertie

Marion Levine

24 May 2019

Marion Levine is Head of Children’s Therapy/Deputy Associate Clinical Director. A QI Coach role involves: Coaching QI teams within directorates, meeting with the team regularly Deeper knowledge of improvement methods and tools Their responsibilities are: Help engage people and teams in QI Support project teams to develop ideas and strategy, using QI tools, and advise… Read More


Marion Levine

Matt Oultram

24 May 2019

Matt Oultram is an Improvement Advisor in the Quality Improvement department, supporting our Specialist Child and Young Person’s Services (SCYPS), Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) directorates. Matt joined the trust in May 2023 as an Improvement Advisor with the quality improvement team. He started his career… Read More


Matt Oultram

Sarah Wilson

1 June 2018

Sarah is a Services Director and QI Sponsor. A QI Sponsor role involves: A senior member of staff with close link to DMT Keep an eye on project progression, helping unblock barriers and championing the work Support DMTs in developing improvement priorities, and planning QI training Manage allocation of resource and effort to QI Accountable… Read More



Michelle Heys

10 May 2018

Michelle is a Consultant Community Pediatrician and QI sponsor. A QI Sponsor role involves: A senior member of staff with close link to DMT Keep an eye on project progression, helping unblock barriers and championing the work Support DMTs in developing improvement priorities, and planning QI training Manage allocation of resource and effort to QI Accountable… Read More



Cathy Lavelle

19 October 2016

Cathy is a Clinical Director and a QI Sponsor. A QI Sponsor role involves: A senior member of staff with close link to DMT Keep an eye on project progression, helping unblock barriers and championing the work Support DMTs in developing improvement priorities, and planning QI training Manage allocation of resource and effort to QI… Read More



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