Kerri has an academic background in mental health and has worked in primary, community and secondary care, predominantly in the NHS but also in the private and non-profit sector, both directly and indirectly with patients.
Her strengths lie firmly within project management with a familiarity and experience of AGILE working, and a deep passion for achieving success and improvement in patient outcomes and experience. Kerri has a deep understanding of the importance and application of the collection, analysis and presentation of data in change management.
Since joining UCLPartners, Kerri has managed one of the seven national programmes – ESCAPE-pain. This included spreading the evidence-based group physiotherapy for lower limb pain across the UCLPartners patch; by engaging and supporting to overcome challenges of implementation, delivery and sustainability.