ALF 2019 – Presentations

Speaker Presentations from the Ambulance Leadership Forum (#ALF2019).

We have collated the publicly available presentations from ALF 2019.
You can view or download them below.

ALF 2019 – Day 1

Chris Hopson, CEO, NHS Providers
“Turning the long term plan into reality: a look at the NHS landscape”

Helen Bevan, Chief Transformation Officer, NHS Horizons
“Unleashing the transformational power of frontline staff and patients”

Pam Brown, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, WMAS
“Unkinking the hosepipe”

Michael West, Head of Thought Leadership, The Kings Fund
“Compassionate and Collective Leadership for High Quality Care” with 

Yvonne Ormston MBE, CEO, NEAS
“Ambulance Trusts – The Cultural Challengeand

Sue Burgin, Development Advisor, NHS Improvement and
Abigail Pawlowski, Relationship Lead, NHS Improvement
“The NHSI Culture and Leadership Programme”

Research Abstracts Presentations (5 x 10 minutes)
Introduced by Professor Julia Williams, University of Hertfordshire:

Peter Eaton-Williams, SECAMB
“A qualitative study of UK paramedic perceptions of current clinical performance feedback and their attitudes towards formal provision of patient outcome feedback”

Tim Edwards, LAS
“Maximising the contribution of Advanced Paramedic Practitioners (APP) – a comparison of treat-and-leave rates between APP and standard ambulance responses”

Liz Harris, College of Paramedics
“Factors affecting the retention of Paramedics within the ambulance service workforce”

Josh Miller, WMAS
“We wear too many caps”: role conflict among ambulance service managers

Steven Scholes, NWAS
“Can paramedics use the Manchester Triage System to triage patients and refer patients into clinical pathways of care from scene?”

ALF 2019 – Day 2

“New Managers: Challenges & Support”
Kris Gagliardi &  Daniel Ohs, St John New Zealand

“Implementing the recommendations; making Carter work”
Mark Gough, Senior Ambulance Lead, NHS Improvement

“Ambulance Radio Programme & Digital Enablement: Starting to Deliver”
Ian Hough, Director, Ambulance Radio Programme

“Cultural Intelligence & Diversity”
Jennifer Izekor, Executive Director, Above Difference

“Do response times still matter?”
Dave Etheridge OBE, FIFireE, MIOSH, Director – Greston Associates Ltd and
Graham Holland, Principal Consultant, ORH

“Digital Transformation in the Ambulance Service”
Phil Collins, Head of Information Management & Technology, WMAS

“Identifying Dispatch Stress”
Jonny McMullan , Control Services Trainer, NIAS

“Putting Engagement, Empowerment and Wellbeing at the Heart of Rosters”
Rob Crossman, Commercial Director, Working Time Solutions and
Chris Nelson, Branch Chair for UNISON, South Western Ambulance & Allied Health Branch

“Co-production and Co-design: A delivery model for the future”
Philip Astle, Chief Operating Officer, SCAS and
Volker Kellermann, Director for Business Development, SCAS

“Speak Up or Put Up? What could Freedom to Speak Up data be telling us about culture in English ambulance trusts?”
Jock Crawford, YAS and
Anna Price, EEAS

“Partnering to deliver effective solutions, efficiencies & savings: lessons from other frontlines”
Brigadier Matt Bazeley, Commandant of the Royal School of Military Engineering and
Sue Budden, Director of Corporate Services, London Fire Brigade and
Nik Chapman CBE, Managing Director, Holdfast Training Services Limited and
Samir Maha, Director, Emergency Services, Land, Babcock International Group

“International Learning: from Suffolk to California – some EMS observations”
Rob Lawrence, Chief Operating Officer, Paramedics Plus, California USA

“Extreme Leadership: How to Improve Your Leadership in Challenging Times”
Helio Vogas, Extreme Motivational Speaker