Successful Darzi Fellows and Projects for 2017 

SponsorProject TitleDarzi FellowProfession
Helen Bland, Head of MidwiferyOvercoming the depersonalisation of digital servicesJoanne OlagboyegaMidwife
Sadie Leack, Programme ManagerA collaborative approach to enhancing clinical outcomes and quality of life for adults with Type 1 diabetes by improving access and use of medical technology.Cheta OkonkwoPharmacist
Sarah Billiald (Chief Executive First Community)Community Engagement and Involvement in the design and delivery of the Multispecialty Community Provider (MCP)Helen BellPharmacy Technician
Will Clark, Director of Environmental ServicesCreating a more sustainable model of community careClaire JordanCBT Therapist
Suzanne RankinDesigning a clinical workforce model for Surrey Heartlands where a ‘one team’ approach enables a unified perspective on workforce across the systemDaniel DoddParamedic
Peter Carpenter, Director of Quality and Patient Safety Collaborative, KSS AHSNKSS AHSN Respiratory network​Dr Sally Morgan​Clinical Psychologist​
Professor Graeme Dewhurst, Postgraduate Dean HE KSS  Developing multiprofessional training opportunities and improving awareness of these and communications generally across all schools in HE KSS Harriet PetersPharmacist
Andy Collen, Consultant ParamedicEnd of Life Care in SECAmbShirmilla AustinParamedic
Dr Richard Wright, Clinical LeadEvaluation of the redesigned patient-centred East Surrey IBD care model with planned implementation across a range of specialties.Anthony AzizGastroenterologist
Diana Hamilton-Fairley, Medical DirectorFrom Hospital to Home - Transforming respiratory care pathwaysCoral AkenzuaPaediatrician
Dr Steve Fenlon, Medical DirectorImproving understanding and quality of end of life care (EOLC) by collaboration of health care systems in the South East of England.Udy NdiyoPaediatrician
Kate Parkin DCR(T), BSc (Hons), DMS, MBA Director Armed Forces CommunityKSS Armed Forces Community as an assetHelene McCarthyPathologist
Dr Jonathan Serjeant - GP Partner Benfield Valley Health Hub (BVVH)
Director of Creative Partnerships, HERE
Making a difference to the lives of a community of 7000 peopleSangeetha SornaligamGP
Dr Craig Gannon, Medical DirectorMaking the Unbearable, Bearable. Be a Darzi Fellow that Makes a Difference; Preventing End-of-life Care CrisesJennifer PalfreyPalliative Care Registrar
Helen Rostill, Director of Innovation & Development (Director of Therapies)Managing Crisis Well in Mental HealthFiona WhitakerHealth Visitor
Dr Abraham George, Consultant in Public Health, Strategic Lead for health intelligence Modelling demand & capacity and evaluating impact of Kent & Medway STP local care initiativesMark GregsonParamedic
Des Holden, Medical DirectorHow can new ways of listening to patients, through patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) be better used in designing care pathways offered at SaSH and developed within the Pharmaceutical industry?Bonnie KooPharmacist
Cavita Chapman, Service ManagerImproving Physical health for patients with Serious mental health conditionsStuart YeomansPhysiotherapist

Professor Simon de Lusignan, Head of Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, University of Surrey
in collaboration with Dr Julie George, Public Health Consultant, Surrey County Council
Identifying and reducing unwarranted variation in the quality of careRachel CoylePublic Health Registrar
Dr Maggie Davies (Deputy Director of Nursing) - supported by Dr George Findlay (Medical Director) and Denise Farmer (Director of Organisational Development).Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Safer care’ Darzi Fellow (falls reduction & pressure damage reduction) Lisa EkinsmythAdult Nurse
Helen Atkinson - Strategic Director for Adult Social Care and Public HealthSocial prescribing at scale – implementing a key objective of the local prevention plan Charlotte PavittPublic Health Registrar
Dr Charlotte Cannif, CCG ChairSurrey Heartlands Children’s Urgent Care Transformation LeadFatin IzagarenPaediatrician
George Matuska, Clinical Advisor Intellectual Disabilities ProgrammeTackling perceived and actual barriers so that People with an Intellectual Disabilities (PWID) in the Kent, Surrey and Sussex area have better Healthcare accessSarah TruteLearning Disabilities Nurse
Bill DunsmuirThe delivery of a clinical and community wide urinary catheter learning and training projectCharles AdlerParamedic
Claire Fuller, Clinical ChairSurrey Heartlands STPNicola AloysiusGP