Dr Marina Soltan has joined the Health Inequalities Improvement Team at NHS England and NHS Improvement as Clinical Policy Delivery Lead for Data and Research undertaking a prestigious academic research fellowship with a sponsored PhD exploring the development of novel digital clinical risk scoring using AI methodology accounting for health inequalities lenses. Her primary aims are to ensure the finest quality of care for all through equitable access, excellent experience and optimal outcomes. Marina aims to drive system leadership ensuring a data driven, scientific approach for underpinning evidence based digital clinical and education interventions to narrow the gap on health inequalities.Marina has been interviewed about her published works by David Harewoord in the gripping BBC One documentary 'Why is COVID killing people of colour?'. Marina has been invited to several All Party Parliamentary Groups to shape national policy including APPGs for Longevity, Gasworks and Asthma outcomes shining a spotlight on health inequalities.
Changing Systems, Changing Practice, Changing Patient Experiences
Friday, - in Ironbridge 1