Our Team

Meet the TIPSQI faculty

Hannah Baird

Emergency Medicine ST3

Hannah is an ACCS Emergency Medicine trainee in the North West of England and is also undertaking a 2-year Improvement Science Fellowship at Haelo alongside her clinical training. She has a keen interest in medical leadership and is currently working on a Masters in medical leadership at Lancaster University. She has undertaken several QI projects, including founding TIPSQI, a peer-led training programme for junior doctors, due to her passion in the role they can play in improving efficiency and patient safety in today’s NHS.

Kat Newell

Paediatric CT1

Kat is currently on maternity leave and will be starting Paediatric training in September, as well as undertaking an Academic Clinical Fellowship affiliated with Lancaster University. During her foundation years she was involved in multiple QI projects. In one of these she sought to improve the prescription of end of life medications in the acute medical unit at Royal Bolton Hopspital and presented this work to the Society of Acute Medicine Conference in 2015. She has also undertaken multiple projects in the paediatric department. This year Kat has continued to be part of the TIPSQI team, organising and delivering teacing for foundation doctors across the North West of England.

Ayoub Behbahani

Core Surgical ST2

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Cameron Whytock

anaestheticS CT1

With an interest in QI, he undertook an Improvement Science Fellowship at Haelo the year after completing FY2, working on national improvement projects such as the NHS Safety Thermometer and NHS Quest – Improving Theatre Safety Clinical Community. His main QI interests are in effective use of data to drive improvement, and the psycho-social elements of change.

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