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Mr. Ian Golton

Wrong Ian Golton?

Associate Director

Yorkshire
Waterton Park
Wakefield , West Yorkshire WF2 6PW
United Kingdom

Company Description: The Yorkshire and Humber adult congenital heart disease network has been created to meet the requirements of the expanding population of people in the region who...   more
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Ian Golton
Associate Director
Ian is the Associate Director for Strategic Clinical Networks and the Senate in Yorkshire and the Humber. His role is to lead the SCN and Senate Support Team and to direct its work. Ian has a background in psychology, and many years of experience in the field of service improvement and redesign. He has worked in a diverse range of health service posts since 1986, all of which have involved analysing, developing and changing services to benefit patients. He was formerly the Director of NHS Stroke Improvement Programme, a national quality initiative that established and worked with Stroke Care Networks and stroke/TIA services to implement the requirements of the National Stroke Strategy (2007). Ian is based at our Oak House office in Rotherham.
More help for stroke survivors living in rural areas - Medical News - 5R1 Claims
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Director of the NHS Stroke Improvement Programme, Ian Golton, said:
'The Stroke Improvement Programme works with Stroke Care Networks and services to improve the care for those experiencing this potentially devastation condition.
'We've learned that the most effective way to improve services is for them to work together, and to fully understand the needs of those for whom they care.
'Working with rural communities presents a particular challenge to adapt the services to provide the same high-quality care and support as you would receive if you lived next door to a hospital,' Mr Golton added.
Ian ...
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Ian Golton
Associate Director
Ian is the Associate Director for Strategic Clinical Networks and the Senate in Yorkshire and the Humber. His role is to lead the SCN and Senate Support Team and to direct its work. Ian has a background in psychology, and many years of experience in the field of service improvement and redesign. He has worked in a diverse range of health service posts since 1986, all of which have involved analysing, developing and changing services to benefit patients. He was formerly the Director of NHS Stroke Improvement Programme, a national quality initiative that established and worked with Stroke Care Networks and stroke/TIA services to implement the requirements of the National Stroke Strategy (2007). Ian is based at our Oak House office in Rotherham.
About UKSF Education and Training - Endorsement Initiative - UK Stroke Forum Education and Training
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Ian Golton, Director, NHS Improvement - Stroke Improvement Programme:
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Ian Golton Ian.golton@improvement.nhs.uk
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