News & Updates

Shameem Joomun

11 June 2019

Shameem Joomun is a Quality & Performance Manager, and QI Coach for Newham CAMHS & SCYPS. 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… Read More



Steffney Kamara

11 June 2019

Steffney Kamara is a Clinical Service Manager and QI Coach for Newham CAMHS & SCYPS. 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,… 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

Jamie Stafford

8 June 2018

Jamie is an Improvement Advisor for our Children’s Services Directorate. An improvement Advisor (IA) role involves: Extra support for those projects working on one of the Trust priority workstreams Expertise in improvement methods and tools Their responsibilities are: Attending and help coordinate the monthly directorate QI forums Teaching staff and service users & carers in improvement… Read More


Jamie Stafford

Fiona Stockley

16 May 2018

Fiona is a Business Performance Manager and QI coach for City & Hackney CAMHS & SCYPS. 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… Read More


Fiona Stockley

Rory Reynolds

14 May 2018

Rory Reynolds is a Specialist CAMHS Clinician, and QI coach for Bedfordshire CAMHS  and SCYPS. 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,… Read More


Rory Reynolds

Heather Heseltine

27 April 2017

Heather Heseltine is a QI Coach for Bedfordshire CAMHS & SCYPS. 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… Read More


Heather Heseltine

Jyothi Nadarajan

13 October 2016

Jyothi Nadarajan is a Lead Occupational Therapist, and a QI Coach for Newham CAMHS & SCYPS. 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… Read More


Jyothi Nadarajan

Rebecca Daniels

13 October 2016

I am a paediatric nurse working within the Community Children’s Nursing Service in Newham. As a practice development facilitator I am used to supporting people through changes in practice and developments. I am really looking forward to meeting all the projects I will be coaching within Children’s Services. I only work part time (Monday, Wednesday… Read More



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