Congratulations to our Haelo Clinical and Improvement Science Fellows who completed their year-long fellowship last week and celebrated with a graduation at Haelo HQ.

Dr Cameron Whytock, Dr Dario Rydel and Gaby Ford all graduated from the Haelo fellowship programme which is now in it’s third year. Celebrating the graduation with Haelo faculty were CEO of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust Sir David Dalton, Salford Royal Chief Strategy Officer Raj Jain, Director of Quality & Innovation at Salford Clinical Commissioning Group, Francine Thorpe and CEO of Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust and NHS Quest Chair Andrew Foster.

Fellows spoke of their journey to Haelo, their time here highlighting their individual and group achievements and the profound impact improvement methodology has had on the way they approach their clinical activities. Improvement Science Fellows Dr Cameron Whytock and Dr Dario Rydel will now continue their clinical training whilst also being heavily involved with TIPS, Trainees Improving Patient Safety through QI, a peer lean initiative led by Haelo Fellow Dr Hannah Baird, currently completing her second year in the fellowship programme. Find out more about TIPS and follow them on Twitter.

Gaby Ford, Clinical Fellow and SRFT Physiotherapist is the Clinical Lead on the successful go2physio self-referral pilot project, which is now being scaled up and implemented throughout Salford. Read more about her fantastic improvement project here.

Go forth and improve Cameron, Dario and Gaby!

Cameron Whytock, Haelo Improvement Science Fellow Graduate 2017


Dario Rydel, Haelo Improvement Science Fellow Graduate 2017


Gaby Ford, Haelo Clinical Fellow Graduate 2017


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