Contact and team members information.
The Medical Leadership and Management Fellows cover all the trusts in the Mersey and North West region. We provide advice to trainees and trust HR/medical staffing departments on EWTD and New Deal regulations, assisting in rota design and facilitating the sign-off of amendments to rotas throughout the region. The JDAT team is based at Health Education North West in Manchester, and Regatta Place in Liverpool, but they spend time visiting trusts and trainees.
The easiest and quickest way to contact the team is via e-mail at email@example.com. The team aims to acknowledge receipt of your e-mail as soon as possible and will answer your question as soon as they can.
Dr Hayley Coleman- Management and Leadership Fellow
Hayley recently completed Foundation training at South Tees NHS Foundation Trust after studying at Newcastle University. She has been heavily involved in service improvement, becoming a member of the regional and national E-portfolio advisory team, and leading service improvement projects. Hayley is passionate about education and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy after completing a Masters in Clinical Education. Whilst at University she led the design and implementation of a novel peer-assisted learning scheme, she was also involved with medical student education during her foundation training.
During her time with the team she is hoping to help implement effective and sustainable changes to junior doctors’ lives, through close collaboration with doctors, Trust management teams and the Deanery; ultimately aiming to help improve service delivery and patient care.
Manchester Office: 0161 6257621
Dr Lynn Hryhorskyj- Management and Leadership Fellow
Lynn recently completed her core medical training at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust, having completed the academic foundation programme there also. During her academic foundation programme she led and developed prescribing tutorials for final year medical students in preparation for their final examinations. Whilst working in Oxford she taught The Queens College medical students alongside her clinical commitments.
Whilst working as junior doctor she has been involved in the junior doctors’ mess, latterly as mess president and the local core medical training forum. She was recently involved with ‘Care 24/7’, a trust wide initiative to improve out of hours working pattern and patient care at her local hospitals. These activities have led to an interest in medical leadership and the roles junior doctors can play in improving service provision within the NHS.
As part of the Junior Doctor Advisory Team she hopes to continue the teams work in working with trainees and trust across the North West Region, whilst furthering junior doctors’ involvement in leadership.
Mobile: 07870 850907
Manchester Office: 0161 6257647
Dr Ellie Swift- Management and Leadership Fellow
Ellie recently completed Foundation Training at University Hospitals of South Manchester.
During her Foundation Training she sat on the Junior Doctors Committee representing foundation trainees in her trust and led changes which improved their working lives. She also developed and delivered a teaching programme for medical students in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
She particularly enjoys identifying problems in clinical practice and leading projects which implement change. During her undergraduate and foundation training she completed a number of quality improvement projects which impacted on improving service delivery and patient care.
Through working as part of the Junior Doctors Advisory Team, Ellie hopes to work with both trainees and trusts to improve the working lives of junior doctors, and the delivery of safe and effective patient care.
Manchester Office: 0161 6257648
Debbie Grove – Project Officer
Debbie joined the team in April 2013, she works part time (working days are Tuesday- Thursday).
Telephone Number: 0161 625 7645
Fax Number: 0161 625 7502 or 7510
Junior Doctor Advisory Team
Health Education North West
3rd Floor, Three Piccadilly Place