PROMs 2.0 Team Biographies
Bibhas Roy is a specialist shoulder and elbow surgeon In Manchester. He works in Trafford Hospital, Central Manchester Foundation Trust. He also takes part in the general orthopaedic on call and operates on general trauma conditions. His special clinical interest in Tennis Elbow (lateral elbow pain) and has experience in arthroscopic treatment of the condition. Complex rotator cuff surgery is another special interest.
Most of Bibhas’ work is also performed as day surgery. This means quicker return to work and usual activities for his patients.
Bibhas is a member of the Health Informatics Clinical Advisory Team (HICAT); working across the complete healthcare spectrum ensuring that the people of the North West enjoy better care, better health and a better life, through the innovative and efficient use of Information Technology.
He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer for Salford University, teaching in the Musculoskeletal courses offered by the university, and a member of the Orthopaedic Specialist Training committee in the North West Deanery.
James Wilson is a specialty trainee in Trauma and Orthopaedics in the North West Deanery. He has worked in hospitals spanning the North West and North East of England in many surgical specialties and Orthopaedic sub-specialties.
James has completed an MSc in ‘Evidence-based Orthopaedic Studies’ and his research projects include work on Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs).contact - James.Wilson@proms2.org
Debbie Loughhead is a senior orthopaedic Physiotherapist rehabilitating patients following orthopaedic surgery. Her special clinical interest is the rehabilitation of patients following shoulder surgery.
Debbie has experience in participating in research trials and is an active member of a clinical audit group. She is currently studying towards a Masters degree in Advancing Physiotherapy at Salford University.
David is a Project Manager, with several years of experience in NHS related projects.
He has worked in several Acute Trusts, Primary Care Trusts, and spent 3 years with NHS Northwest as manager for the Summary Care Records Programme across the Northwest.
He now runs his own consultancy ( Quickenham Business Solutions ) , providing Consultancy and Project Management services to NHS related clients.
contact - David.Sellers@proms2.org
Amy is a Diabetes Research Nurse currently working at Salford Royal Foundation Trust. She works on a number of clinical trials, and thoroughly enjoys the whole research process.
Amy has been working on the PROMs 2.0 project for the last 12 months, co-ordinating data entry and carrying out system training to the trusts involved in the project.