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Our Ambassadors work with the Charity to raise awareness and encourage others to get involved with the mission and work of the Clinical Human Factors Group.
They give their time pro bono to assist with activities that include:
Human Factors and Patient Safety Consultant
Patient Safety Lead NHS Improvement
Reader in Health Care Improvement, King’s College London.
Director of the Centre for Applied Resilience in Healthcare CARe.
Patient with experience of effecting learning after harm.
Just culture, human factors and communication.
Obstetric Anaesthetists Association Executive Committee.
Strategy Implementation and Quality Improvement Manager – Scottish Ambulance Service
Principal Educator in Primary Care.
NHS Education for Scotland (NES)
Consultant General Surgeon
Associate Director of Medical Education NHS Grampian
Honorary Senior Lecturer University of Aberdeen
National Clinical Lead Scottish Mortality & Morbidity Program. Healthcare Improvement Scotland
Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust
Associate Clinical Lead West Midlands Patient Safety Collaborative
Managing Director, Atrainability.
A key feature is in terms of motivating teams and helping deal with blame and inappropriate hierarchy issues.
Consultant in Emergency Medicine
Director of Simulation, Guys and St Thomas NHS Trust.
To join the Group you need to share our mission, have demonstrated your support already, and be willing to give your time for free. To keep the group active and current we ask that you assist the Charity at least twice per year.