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Dr Hannah Baird

Clinical Fellow, General Medical Council

Hannah studied medicine at Manchester University with an intercalated degree in International Health at the University of Leeds. After staying in Manchester to complete Foundation training she started Emergency Medicine training in the North West region and is now ST4 with a hope to undertake subspecialty training in Paediatric Emergency medicine.
Taking a slightly longer route through training, after ST1 she undertook a Quality Improvement Science fellowship alongside completing a masters in Medical leadership at Lancaster University. Most recently she is currently undertaking a Medical Education Fellowship alongside her clinical training and has completed a PGCERT in medical education.
She has organized several regional and national events for trainees and set up TIPSQI (Trainees Improving Patient Safety through Quality Improvement) an award winning peer lead training programme for Junior Doctors across the North West. She has also developed QI training for Emergency medicine trainees in the North West, and is affiliate consultant for AQUA (Advancing Care Alliance) designing and delivering on their Medical Leaders programme. She is also a CQC specialist Advisor and sits on the RCP QI faculty.

Outside of work she is a total foodie (although a very bad cook) and loves travelling, shopping and sings in a local choir.

Hannah is passionate about the role junior doctors have as leaders in todays NHS. She has taken on several leadership roles over the years from vice-president of Medsoc, to chairing the North West Leadership school to now chairing the FMLM Trainee Steering Group and is currently sits on the National Faculty for the RCEM EMLeaders Programme. She firmly believes all junior doctors are leaders, but need support and development to undertake and make change in the workplace. She is particularly interested in junior doctor wellbeing and the links between staff engagement and patient safety and feels this fellowship will offer an opportunity to develop these interests further.

She is excited to experience working in a different environment and understanding more about how the GMC works. She feels this role as part of the Educational policy team will bring together her interests in education, leadership and improvement. She is also very excited to spend a year not in scrubs and trainers!

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