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Mrs. Ruth May May

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Chief Executive Officer

Phone: +44 *** *** ****  HQ Phone
Email: r***@***.uk
Local Address:  Norwich , Norfolk , United Kingdom
NHS Midlands
Capital Park
Fulbourn , Cambridgeshire CB21 5XB
United Kingdom

Company Description: NHS East of England's strategic projects team of experts works in partnership with NHS organisations to develop and deliver positive change in financially and...   more
Background

Employment History

  • NHS England Regional Director of Nursing
    Midlands and East
  • Trustee
    The J's Hospice
  • Substantive Director of Nursing and Deputy Chief Executive Officer
    Havering Primary Care Trust
  • Nurse Director
    Stop thePressure
  • Chief Nurse
    Midlands and East
  • Acting Director of Nursing
    Barnet and Chase Farm NHS Hospitals

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Special Advisor
    Suffolk and Cambridgeshire Strategic Health Authority
193 Total References
Web References
Latest News - Healthcare Conferences UK
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Ruth May Regional Chief Nurse (Midlands & East) NHS England at today's Safe Staffing conference.
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Ruth May Regional Chief Nurse (Midlands & East) NHS England opened today's Safe Staffing conference with a keynote address focusing on:
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In her presentation Ruth made the following points:
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Ruth was SRO for Action Area 5: 'ensuring we have the right staff, with the right skills in the right place'. Ruth lead the development of the NQB How to Guide with support from nurses across England which was a huge step in the cultural shift on safe nurse staffing.
Following the development of the NQB guidance, Boards now sign off and publish evidence-based staffing reviews at least every 6 months. Boards receive monthly updates on workforce information including the number of staff on duty compared with the planned staffing level, the reason for any gaps and the action being taken to address them. This workforce information is looked at along with quality of care metrics to drive improvements in the quality of care patients receive.
Ruth and her team have specifically commissioned work to develop guidance and tools for staffing in mental health, learning disability and community settings. The Mental Health Inpatient Staffing Framework which will be released this month has been developed to apply a mental health perspective to the expectations highlighted in the NQB guidance.
Ruth also delivered on the NHS England commitment to commission research into three important areas to develop a greater evidence base to inform decisions in relation to safe and effective staffing, including:
...
Ruth May was appointed as Regional Chief Nurse for NHS England (Midlands and East) in October 2012 following her role as Nurse Director for the NHS Midlands and East SHA and two years as Chief Nurse at NHS East of England. From of 1st July 2015 Ruth May will take up appointment as Nurse Director at Monitor within the Patient and Clinical Engagement Directorate where she will complement the clinical advice provided by Professor Hugo Mascie-Taylor, Monitor's Medical Director and Executive Director of Patient and Clinical Engagement.
Ruth has a theatre nursing background and nearly 30 years' experience of working in the NHS. During her career she has held several high profile NHS leadership roles including two Chief Executive appointments of acute hospitals, Chief Executive of a Primary Care Group and Director of Nursing of a PCT.
Ruth was a member of the Nursing Care Quality Forum set up in January 2012 by the Prime Minister and the Health Secretary. She supported Sally Brearley as Chair by leading the Patient Experience work stream championing the Friends and Family Test.
Ruth supported the national work in development of Quality Surveillance Groups which operate as a network of organisations locally and regionally, working together to act as an early warning system for quality.
Ruth May Regional Chief ...
www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk [cached]
Ruth May Regional Chief Nurse (Midlands & East) NHS England opened today's Safe Staffing conference with a keynote address focusing on:
...
In her presentation Ruth made the following points:
...
Ruth was SRO for Action Area 5: 'ensuring we have the right staff, with the right skills in the right place'. Ruth lead the development of the NQB How to Guide with support from nurses across England which was a huge step in the cultural shift on safe nurse staffing.
Following the development of the NQB guidance, Boards now sign off and publish evidence-based staffing reviews at least every 6 months. Boards receive monthly updates on workforce information including the number of staff on duty compared with the planned staffing level, the reason for any gaps and the action being taken to address them. This workforce information is looked at along with quality of care metrics to drive improvements in the quality of care patients receive.
Ruth and her team have specifically commissioned work to develop guidance and tools for staffing in mental health, learning disability and community settings. The Mental Health Inpatient Staffing Framework which will be released this month has been developed to apply a mental health perspective to the expectations highlighted in the NQB guidance.
Ruth also delivered on the NHS England commitment to commission research into three important areas to develop a greater evidence base to inform decisions in relation to safe and effective staffing, including:
...
Ruth May was appointed as Regional Chief Nurse for NHS England (Midlands and East) in October 2012 following her role as Nurse Director for the NHS Midlands and East SHA and two years as Chief Nurse at NHS East of England. From of 1st July 2015 Ruth May will take up appointment as Nurse Director at Monitor within the Patient and Clinical Engagement Directorate where she will complement the clinical advice provided by Professor Hugo Mascie-Taylor, Monitor's Medical Director and Executive Director of Patient and Clinical Engagement.
Ruth has a theatre nursing background and nearly 30 years' experience of working in the NHS. During her career she has held several high profile NHS leadership roles including two Chief Executive appointments of acute hospitals, Chief Executive of a Primary Care Group and Director of Nursing of a PCT.
Ruth was a member of the Nursing Care Quality Forum set up in January 2012 by the Prime Minister and the Health Secretary. She supported Sally Brearley as Chair by leading the Patient Experience work stream championing the Friends and Family Test.
Ruth supported the national work in development of Quality Surveillance Groups which operate as a network of organisations locally and regionally, working together to act as an early warning system for quality.
Sustain
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Ruth May, Regional Chief Nurse with NHS England Midlands and East
NHS England » National Quality Board – Membership
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Dr Ruth May, Nurse Director, Monitor
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