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Samantha Maddox

Samantha Maddox

Sam qualified as a nurse from Anglia Ruskin University in 2011 after initially completing a diploma in nursing she went on to achieve a level 6 qualification in Non-Medical Prescribing and a level 7 qualification in clinical skills assessment. She quickly gained a keen interest in Respiratory care and is currently working at a Masters qualification. Her career progression into practice nursing and respiratory care has been rapid. Within 6 months of qualifying she took up post as practice nurse where she has gained a vast knowledge in chronic disease management. At a few years qualified, Sam completed the ARTP Spirometry Full Certificate, performing and interpreting. At this stage of her career, Sam was practice respiratory lead and was keen to share knowledge within her Practice and on a wider scale. In 2017, Sam joined PCRS and attended Clinical Respiratory Leaders and has continued on to complete the programme. Now a PCRS Clinical Leadership facilitator and board member, Sam has continued to advocate change and high standards of care for all. After attending her first PCRS Clinical Leadership workshop, Sam was inspired to set up an affiliated group for her local area. Breathe Easier North East Essex Respiratory (BE-NEER) facilitates networking and education sessions often being oversubscribed. In 2018, Sam was appointed Respiratory Lead nurse for a small cluster of GP practices which has since had a change of ownership and here she continues to encourage change for best Practice. Improving and optimising respiratory care outcomes for all patients are core values that she shares with the PCRS.
Bands:

A Less than 2% of gross annual income

B Between 2% and 10% of gross annual income

C Any payment between 10% and 20% of gross annual income

D Any payment over 20% of gross annual income


All interests declared are for the previous calendar year


Section 1: Paid Work / Personal Income


A. Employments (including partnerships)
I am an employee, paid director and / or partner of an organisation
Any NHS organisation (including GP practice): Band D
Other commercial organisation, including pharmaceutical companies, device manufacturers & agencies: Band A

B. Other paid positions / work
I do receive personal income from the pharmaceutical industry or any healthcare related organisation(s)
Cheisi: Band A
Pharmaceutical industry total (% income): Band A

C. Other income (e.g. shared dividends)
I do not receive any other income (e.g. share dividends from commercial healthcare or tobacco companies)

D. Other personal benefits
Do you receive any hospitality/travel grants from pharmaceutical companies to attend conferences/meetings? No

Section 2: Unpaid Work


A. Trusteeships / Directorships
I hold trusteeships/directorships in healthcare related organisation or tobacco manufacture
Trustee / Directorships held: Other
BeNEER educational forum Chair

B. Other unpaid / voluntary work
Do you hold any other significant positions that may create a conflicting interest to PCRS? No

Section 3: Shareholdings in Relevant Companies


I do not have any shareholdings in the tobacco industry or any pharmaceutical or other healthcare company

Section 4: Other non-personal interests


Does your practice, CCG or Department receive any fees/grants/benefits in kind worth £2500 or more from any commercial company? No

Section 5: Interest of spouses / long term partners and children


Does your spouse/long term partner or children have any relevant employments, paid work or significant unpaid work in any healthcare related organisation or the tobacco industry? No