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Joanne King

Joanne King

Joanne King MSc, BSc (Hons), RGN Joanne qualified in 1991 in Chertsey and has been a senior nurse at Frimley Health (formerly Heatherwood & Wexham Park) NHS Trust for 21 years in a variety of acute roles. In the past 11 years she has been in post as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in respiratory, and more recently a Respiratory Consultant Nurse, managing the COPD supported discharge and admission avoidance services alongside the Home Oxygen Assessment and Review service as the clinical HOS lead. This service includes patients with non-respiratory disease. Joanne has restructured the respiratory services in Berkshire East to form The Adult Integrated Respiratory Service or AIR team which launched in October 2016. This exciting progression in providing respiratory services across primary and secondary care, integrates community and hospital trusts in providing a seamless journey to the patient. The service offers expertise to patients with COPD, Asthma, ILD, and home oxygen needs, Bronchiectasis, specialist physiotherapy and provides pulmonary rehabilitation. As clinical lead for the AIR service her current role as a Consultant Nurse is to provide support, guidance, management and clinical leadership to the specialist nursing and physiotherapy teams, whilst developing services and expertise in respiratory care in both acute and primary care sectors. Joanne has completed Asthma and COPD diplomas as well as being a non-medical prescriber. Between 2003 -2013 she received a BSc (Hons) in Nurse Practitioner Studies from Buckinghamshire University and an MSc in Clinical Health Care from Oxford Brookes University. Joanne also has a spirometry qualification. Joanne is a member of the British Thoracic Society, Primary Care Respiratory Society, European Respiratory Society and the Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists. She is also a committee member of the Service Development Committee, PCRS UK and a board member of ARNS as the respiratory disease subcommittee chair. Joanne is the COPD lead for ARNS and also chairs the local respiratory forum and specialist nursing group.

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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

B. Other paid positions / work
I do receive personal income from the pharmaceutical industry or any healthcare related organisation(s)
BI: Band A
Cheisi: Band B
GSK: Band B
Pfizer: Band A
Teva: Band A
Pharmaceutical industry total (% income): Band B
Not-for-profit respiratory organisation (including EfH, AUK, BLF, ARNS, ARTP, ACPRC): 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? Yes

Section 2: Unpaid Work

A. Trusteeships / Directorships
I do not hold any trusteeships/directorships in any healthcare related organisation or tobacco manufacturer

B. Other unpaid / voluntary work
Do you hold any other significant positions that may create a conflicting interest to PCRS? Yes
COPD lead - ARNS, Chair of Respiratory Disease sub committee, member of COPD NACAP board

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