QI Regional Champions

The network currently consists of the following QI Regional Champions:

Ian Bennett-Britton

Ian Bennett-Britton QI Regional Champion

Ian is a GP at an inner city Bristol practice, and clinical research fellow at the University of Bristol Centre of Academic Primary Care. Ian's research focuses on finding ways to improve quality and safety of the care we provide in general practice.

 



Dr Joanna Bircher

Joanna Bircher QI Regional Champion

Joanna Bircher is a GP in Greater Manchester. She is Clinical Director to the RCGP/Greater Manchester GP Excellence Programme, Clinical lead for Quality Improvement at Tameside and Glossop CCG, a Generation Q Fellow of the Health Foundation and a board member of AQuA (Advancing Quality Alliance). She has a Masters degree in Leadership for Quality Improvement from Ashridge Business School and is co-author of the RCGP Guide to Quality Improvement. Her particular interest is in making established QI methodology relevant and accessible for Primary Care. 

Dr Adeola Oyegbite

Dr Adeola Oyegbite is a GP with a special interest in Quality Improvement. Adeola has been a GP for 10 years with experience in a wide variety of primary care settings. She has a longstanding interest in improving population health and embarked on a 12 months quality improvement fellowship in May 2018. As part of the fellowship she learnt the principles of quality improvement and led two successful projects across two practice sites. She is keen to share her knowledge and experience to improve health outcomes for groups of patients. 

 

Dr Daniel Berrio 

Dr Berrio-Galan joined his current practice in Bridgwater in November 2018, following completion of his GP training in Somerset. Prior to that, he had worked in several hospitals in England including London, Swindon and Crewe. His special interests include Substance misuse and leadership.

 

 

Dr Scott Jamieson

Scott Jamieson QI Regional Champion

Dr Scott Jamieson is a GP in Kirriemuir, Scotland. He sits on Royal College of General Practitioners Scottish Council and is also their Executive Officer (Quality Improvement). He is Prescribing Lead for Angus Health and Social Care Partnership, sitting on the local Drug and Therapeutics Committee, a GP trainer and GP representative on SIGN Council. His interests include dermatology, minor surgery and sexual and reproductive health. After graduating from medical school in Dundee, Dr Jamieson worked as a Royal Navy doctor prior to returning to Tayside as a GP. 

 

Dr Karen Gully

Karen Gully QI Regional Champion

Dr Karen Gully, Clinical Director in Primary Care, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board: Karen qualified from Bristol University and was a GP partner in a practice in Hereford. She subsequently gained membership of the Faculty of Public Health before joining Caerphilly Teaching Health Board as Medical Director. In 2008 Karen joined Welsh Government as Senior Medical Officer providing professional advice in relation to all aspects of primary care and general practice, with particular interests in health inequalities and patient centred care. Karen now works in Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, in south east Wales, where she leads the development of Neighbourhood Care Networks. 

Dr Campbell Murdoch

Campbell MurdochCampbell is a GP in Somerset. He has a deep interest in addressing the root causes of health problems and utilising the science of improvement to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in healthcare delivering. He has studied with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. He is a clinical faculty member with the NHS Sustainable Improvement Team on the Time for Care programme, training and supporting primary care teams with QI.

Campbell has studied Sports and Exercise Medicine, and from this developed an interest in applying QI methodology and the science of improvement to the individual patient. Campbell has a clinical interest in metabolic health, a significant determinant of many now common diseases, including type 2 diabetes. He has a specific interest in utilising QI methodology to develop services that can radically improve outcomes, including remission of type 2 diabetes. 

Dr Michael Jones

Dr Simon Stockill

Dr Sue Goodfellow

Dr Rammya Mathew

Dr Hannah Morgan 

Dr Nicola Turner

Dr Gwyn Elias

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