Jack is a Clinical Programme Manager at NHS England, working nationally to bring hearing checks to children and young people in residential special schools and colleges across England. He is developing a methodology through co-production that empowers trusted people within schools to support the delivery of hearing checks, in partnership with audiology departments.
His previous roles include a Healthcare Science Fellowship, with NHS England-London Region, leading work streams that improved access to sensory health. As a legacy of this role, he is still collaborating with the London Dementia Network, and the London Audiology Network, to integrate and form better ways of working to improve outcomes for patients. He developed a Sensory Health Passport to improve sensory health in care homes, and collaborated with the RCGP and their Clinical Champion to develop a Deafness and Hearing Loss toolkit for GPs.
He has worked clinically as an Audiologist in both the NHS and private sector, delivering patient centred adult hearing services, vestibular diagnostics, and rehabilitation, and has published work in some of these areas. Jack benefited from the MSc in Advanced Audiology at UCL, which helped widen his scope of practice, and is currently studying for an executive MBA at the University of Nottingham.
Jack is passionate about innovation and working in co-production to improve quality of care and hopes by taking this role as London Region BAA Representative, he can provide a platform for the region to showcase and share their knowledge and experiences, to deliver better value for patients and their families. He looks forward to hearing from you and would welcome members getting in touch.