• Question: What do u do

    Asked by hunt11yes on 3 Apr 2023.
    • Photo: Sarah Chalmers-Page

      Sarah Chalmers-Page answered on 3 Apr 2023:

      I am a service evaluation specialist. I look at whether services and training programmes are delivering what they promised they would. I do this by
      – reading first hand evidence, like how many people attended, what marks out of 10 they gave their courses, and what they think they will do differently in the future
      – reading other evidence, like research papers or government reports into what sort of things should work
      – where I can, interviewing workers and patients about their experiences
      – writing reports.

      I also sometimes train people myself, for example on project management or good business communications.

    • Photo: Caroline Hatton

      Caroline Hatton answered on 3 Apr 2023:

      I have done many jobs over the years but at the moment I manage a team of health educators and help GP surgeires with training and also workforce planning.

    • Photo: Laurence Quirk

      Laurence Quirk answered on 21 Apr 2023:

      My Job title is programme manager and I manage a team of people who deliver projects and learning to staff in GP practices. We work with them to make sure the staff have skills and knowledge they need to do their jobs and provide good patient care. Staff need to keep up to date with their skills throughout their careers