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The NWCSP Team

Senior Responsible Officer – NHS England
Margaret Kitching MBE, RN 
Chief Nurse – North East and Yorkshire – NHS England

Acting Programme Manager
Rachael Lee RN, MSc Advanced Practice, BSc (Hons) Nursing,
Queens Nurse

Rachael is a registered nurse and also has a background as a specialist nurse leading tissue viability services across both acute and community settings. She has also had roles in research, leadership, quality and integration. 

Digital, Data and Information Strategic Lead
Professor Ann Jacklin BPharm, CHSM, FRPharmS

Ann is a pharmacist with a background in hospital pharmacy (previously Chief of Service for Pharmacy & Therapies at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust). Her interest in wound care deepened when she was involved in Lord Carter’s review of Operational Productivity in Community and Mental Health Services.  Ann provides strategic leadership to the NWCSP digital, data and information work.

Stop the Pressure (Pressure Ulcer) Clinical Lead
Jacqui Fletcher OBE, MSc, BSc (Hons), PG Cert (Edn), FHEA, RN

Jacqui is a Registered Nurse with a background as specialist nurse and educator in tissue viability. She has published widely on wound care, particularly in relation to pressure ulceration.  Jacqui leads the pressure ulcer work for the NWCSP which is partnered with the Stop the Pressure Programme.

Supply and Distribution Lead
Nicky Morton MSc Wound Healing and Tissue Repair, PG Cert HE, BSc Hons Nursing, RGN

Nicky is a Registered Nurse with a background in tissue viability, clinical procurement, research and education. She retired from her NHS post as Senior Nurse for Tissue Viability in 2021 and leads on the Supply and Distribution work.

Frances Shaw BA (Hons)
NWCSP Marketing and Administrative Officer

Frances has experience in administration and marketing roles, working in the healthcare and civil engineering sectors. Frances is responsible for providing administrative support to the NWCSP team and with particular responsibility for the NWCSP website and social media.   

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