We are delighted to announce that we will be joined by guest speaker Professor Aidan Halligan, Director of Education at University College London Hospitals and formerly Director of Clinical Governance for the NHS.
Professor Aidan Halligan has worked on changing attitudes and behaviours to produce better patient outcomes, and he is an exceedingly engaging and inspirational speaker. He is also Chairman of Pathway, a charitable organisation that is developing health services for the homeless within the NHS.
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to make sure you don't miss out on this opportunity to learn and network with friends and colleagues from around the industry. This is also your opportunity to say what you would most value from the HCA.
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We look forward to seeing you in January!
Professor Aidan Halligan
MA, MD, FRCOG, FFPHM, MRCPI
Professor Aiden Halligan
A graduate of Trinity College Dublin, Aidan Halligan was appointed Professor of Fetal-Maternal Medicine at the University of Leicester and Head of Obstetric Services at Leicester Royal Infirmary in 1997.
In 1999, he was invited to become the first Director of Clinical Governance for the UK National Health Service and formed the Leicester-based NHS Clinical Governance Support Team to translate the vision of clinical governance into a nationwide reality.
From January 2003 until October 2005, he served in the UK Department of Health as Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, with responsibility for issues of clinical governance, patient safety and quality of care across the NHS in England. In that role, he was joint Senior Responsible Officer for the National Programme for IT, and the senior director sponsor of the Healthcare Commission, National Patient Safety Agency and National Institute for Clinical Excellence.
In March 2007, Professor Halligan was appointed as Director of Education at University College London Hospitals. He is Principal of the UCLP NHS Staff College for leadership development working with the military. He is Chairman of Pathway
, a charitable organisation that is developing health services for the homeless within the NHS and Chief Executive of the UCLP NHS Staff College for leadership development working with the military.