Jacqui Fletcher OBE is currently Senior Nurse Advisor – Stop the Pressure Programme NHS England / Clinical Lead Pressure Ulcers National Wound Care Strategy, an Independent Wound Care Consultant, and Editor of Wounds UK journal. She is also an honorary tutor at Cardiff University.
She is a Patron of the Lindsey Leg Club, and a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for International Wound Journal, the Journal of Wound Care and Wounds UK journal.
She has published widely and speaks at both national and international conferences.
Dr Caroline Dowsett, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons), Dip N, D.N, RGN, works as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Tissue Viability and Clinical Lead for the lower limb service for East London Foundation Trust. Caroline also works globally as an Independent Nurse Consultant in Wound Care. She is a registered general nurse, with a BSc (Hons) in nursing and an MSc in Advanced nursing practice and has a PhD Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing from City University London. Caroline has worked in the field of wound care for over 30yrs. Caroline is an accredited Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) coach.
Julie has been a Lead community Tissue viability Nurse since 1995 for Birmingham and Staffordshire. In 2000 she qualified as a Lymphoedema Nurse in order to enable her to develop an integrated service for patients with lower leg lymphoedema. In 2015 she became the Associate clinical and then Clinical Director for Healogics which provided a joint tissue viability and lymphoedema service in the South East of England. She is now the Director of Nursing for Pioneer Telehealth , Wound healing and lymphoedema centres. Pioneer provide telehealth and clinic services for both wound care and lymphoedema patients across the UK.
Kylie is Associate Professor, Murdoch University and Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Cardiff University. She is Founder and President of the NFP; International Surgical Wound Complications Advisory Panel, and Chief Investigator of several clinical trials ranging from Phase 1-4 clinical trials. A Research Scientist and Methodologist, her research focuses on early identification, prevention of surgical wound complications. Kylie is Chair of the Australian National Steering Committee for Surgical Wounds and panel member of Research Directory for the Australian Health Research Alliance National Wound Care Initiative. She serves on several peer review journal editorial boards and is a regular reviewer. Kylie serves on the World Union of Wound Healing Societies Executive Board Member as Recorder and Scientific Committee Member.
Mr Morgan-Jones has been a recognised expert in Orthopaedic Infection, Revision Knee Replacement and Wound Management for over 20 years. After a Consultant career working at the University Hospital of Wales Cardiff, he now practices at the Schoen Clinic London. He is in constant demand as lecturer Internationally and has published over 100 peer reviewed articles, books and chapters.
Carole is an independent TVN Consultant and Educator. She is a Florence Nightingale Leadership Academy Alumni and a Professional Nurse Advocate (PNA), she offers clinical supervision and mentoring.
Carole is also an Associate Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University teaching clinical skills for student nurses and is also an independent writer.
She was the Lead TVN Specialist at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust for 20 years and has worked on several regional and national tissue viability related initiatives.
Outside of work, Carole is a keen sailor and is a qualified skipper, holding certificates in ocean safety, sea survival and first aid; and spends part of the year sailing and working aboard her boat.
Lorraine qualified as a registered nurse in 1993 and following a short period on a surgical ward, transferred to be a district nurse for a number of years. He also had 5 years lymphoedema specialist nurse experience.
Originally a nurse, David has occupied NHS roles for over 40 years and has held senior positions within both hospitals and commissioning organisations. He is a national authority on primary care working at scale having been a Chair and CEO of several primary care alliances. He is a past CCG Manager of the Year and has led multiple NHS service reviews.
David is the Director of Transformation at Well Up North Primary Care Network, covering north Northumberland and its 80,000 patients.
Luxmi Dhoonmoon is a Nurse Consultant Tissue Viability working for Central North West London NHS trust.
Completed BSC (Tissue Viability Pathway) in 2010 and MSc Advanced Practice in 2013, from St Georges university of London. Passionate about wound care and have a passion for all types of wounds. Introduced the Stop the Pressure campaign across CNWL NHS trust to reduce harm in our care homes and reduce our safeguarding concerns in regards to PU. Also lead a team of Tissue Viability Nurses and Nursing Assistants to deliver a seamless service across the community both for ambulant and housebound patients and also in care homes and mental health settings.
Luxmi won the JWC award for Best Clinical research in 2015 for making a difference in patient with chronic wound while using topical Oxygen therapy. Contributed to several case studies, best practice statement and research to enhance clinical evidence forming the future of practice.
Mike Watson MSc (Public Health, BA (Hons), PGCert, MPH
Mike has experience of public sector (NHS, central and local government and higher education) service design and transformation with a particular focus on digital and technology initiatives. Mike is responsible for overseeing and supporting the digital, data and information outputs of the NWCSP.