Dr Elizabeth Haxby
Adjunct Reader at the National Heart and Lung Institute; Lead Clinician in Clinical Risk, Royal Brompton Hospital
Elizabeth Haxby MBBS, MA, MSc, FRCA Lead Clinician For Clinical Risk at Royal Brompton Hospital. She was a consultant cardiothoracic anaesthetist for four years until 2002 but now devotes her time solely to clinical risk management, patient safety and medico-legal work including inquests. She was a Fellow of the Improvement faculty of the NHSIII & Leadership in Patient Safety programme. She was a member of the Core team for Patient Safety First. She lectures widely on patient safety, human factors, consent, clinical risk assessment & training in QI. Publications include safety in clinical practice, clinical risk management and QI. In 2010 she was a joint editor of ‘An Introduction to clinical governance and patient safety’. She is an adjunct Reader at the National Heart and Lung Institute, has a Master’s in Medical Ethics & Law, was a member of the Royal College of Physicians ‘Future Hospital Commission’ and more recently the RCP QI lead for London. She is a trained mediator, specialist advisor to the CQC and member of the ICHP Foundations of Safety Programme Board.
20-Nov-2018It's all about safety