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Lanre Nehan-Babalola

Senior Patient Safety Specialist in both community and acute setting since 1999, within NHS Trust, Social Services, Private Hospitals organising CPD training, seminar and workshops for their staff including Doctors, Therapist, Nurses, Social Worker, Support Workers etc. Competent consultant with a bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy (1995) and a Postgraduate degree in Health Ergonomics and Human Factor (2003). Currently, undertaking a MSc in Patient Safety and Clinical Human Factor, finishing 2021 Extensive experience in policy formation, auditing, establishing a safe system of work, risk assessment and training in multidisciplinary settings A persuasive negotiator with proven experience of developing and implementing organisational risk management and governance strategies across multiple organisations and highly developed consultancy skills. Written published articles in (Equipment Services 2015) Professional Journals: Manual Handling Considerations for people with Dementia and Challenging Behaviour Peered reviewed Manual Handling of People with Dementia for Carers, published by the National Back Exchange. Spoken both National and International on various Health Care Topics at healthcare Conferences. Including Disable Living Foundation and National Back Exchange Conferences over the years. Regional Officer of National Back Exchange UK (2015- 2017) Member of the National Strategic Group for the Early Intervention Programme. The Founding Trustee and Executive Director of a UK registered charity – Naijaid, that is committed to the relief of sickness and preservation of health of persons living in Nigeria and Nigerian living in the UK.