Pam Doherty - Clinical Lead for Shared Governance and Inclusive Leadership
Pam currently works as a registered nurse leading on Shared Governance and Inclusive Leadership programmes for the Trust. Her portfolio also includes the PNA rollout ensuring all staff have access to restorative clinical supervision moving forward.
Previous to this, Pam worked for 25 years as a midwife in the Trust in various roles in leadership and governance and obtained her BS (Hons) degree in Midwifery.
Pam has worked as a Practice Development Matron in Nursing which included education and governance. Pam has also worked as an Operational Matron covering Acute Pain services, Outpatients and Phlebotomy across both sites. More recently Pam was the Education and Wellbeing Matron for the Ambulatory Care division before taking on the post.
Pam is passionate about supporting staff and has extended roles which include Speak up Champion, Culture Ambassador and a facilitator in conversation support.
Sarah Davis - Practice Development Lead for Shared Governance
Sarah has been an acute medicine nurse since 2007 - adult admissions for 7 years and then Cardiology for 4 years. Sarah completed an 18 month clinical rotation alongside the Heart Services Education Programme. Sarah has worked both as a Staff Nurse and Deputy Ward Manager and has now completed the top-up BSc. Sarah has interestes in culture, coaching, wellbeing and leadership.
Katie Brothwell - Shared Governance Facilitator
Katie is a Registered Paediatric Nurse with significant clinical experience in paediatric surgery, burns and plastics. She was Chair of the Paediatric Surgery Shared Governance council and Chair of the Family Health Divisional Council before moving into the Institute of Care Excellence (ICE). She currently works as a Shared Governance Clinical Educator in the Shared Governance Team, having joined ICE in April 2021. She is a qualified QSIR Practitioner and is currently training to become a qualified Professional Nurse Advocate (PNA).
Katie is passionate about staff empowerment, quality improvement, staff wellbeing and retention.
Sala Kamkosi Khulumula - Shared Governance Facilitator
Sala qualified in 2020 and started working with the Trust in the Adult Intensive Care Unit in April 2020 as a critical care nurse. During the pandemic Sala worked as a Clinical Contact Trace worker to help support Public Health England in managing COVID-19 and volunteered with Nottingham CCG and Sherwood Hospitals in their drive to vaccinate the BAME Community under BAME Shared Governance council; she is a trained assessor, vaccinator and clinical advisor.
Sala recently joined the Shared Governance team as a Clinical Educator in March 2022. She is a qualified Professional Nurse Advocate (PNA) and has undertaken the FNF training in Introduction to Co-consulting - A method of providing psychological safety in teams. She is currently undertaking an International Nursing and Midwifery Association Fellowship with NHSEI.
Sala is passionate about supporting BAME and Internationally Recruited (IR) staff and currently serves as secretary of the BAME Shared Governance council within NUH. As a student nurse she was lead for BME students on the Graduate Entry Nursing program and was the winner of the Chief Nursing Officer's BME (CNOBME) Special Contribution to Equality and Diversity Award (2019); a finalist in the Student Nursing Times Awards - Mary Seacole Award for outstanding contribution to Diversity and Inclusion (2020) and a finalist for the National Student Nurse Congress Award (2020).
Sala has over 10 years’ experience in business management and 10 years within higher education working with the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) and over 20 years continued service as a volunteer in non-profit and non-governmental organisations locally and internationally. Sala was appointed to the top-level panel as a panellist in the government led Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) project between 2016-2018. Sala also worked with the University of Nottingham as a research assistant and facilitator on the European Junior Leadership Academy project (EJLA); the project team won the Higher Education/Academy HE Collaborative award for Teaching Excellence (2018).
Charmaine Grice - Shared Governance Facilitator
Charmaine is a Registered Nurse who has been qualified since 2014.
Charmaine has held a wide variety of clinical positions enabling her to gain experience in different clinical areas. These include acute care, community care, oncology care and more recently clinical research.
Charmaine was Lead Nurse on clinical research early phase drug trials and back-up nurse for others. Charmaine is a trained vaccinator and facilitated research trials during the pandemic on both campuses.
Charmaine was also involved in a 12-month project within the Institute of Care Excellence to increase more student nurse placements within clinical areas trust-wide, and currently works as a Clinical Educator in the Shared Governance Team.
Charmaine is impassioned about staff wellbeing, empowerment and values leadership development in healthcare within our organisation.
Rehana Raju - Shared Governance Clinical Educator
Rehana is a Registered Nurse and completed her nursing degree in India. She worked as a Medical-Surgical Nurse in India for 7 years and due to her passion in teaching she worked as a Occupation English Test trainer for International Nurses who eagerly wanted to pursue their career in Australia, UK, Ireland and New Zealand. Moreover, she is a wife and mum of a 7 year old boy.
Rehana started her career at NUH in March 2020 in a HCOP admission ward (D57) during the midst of Covid-19 which helped her to understand how to deliver quality of care in patients, especially elderly patients. Due to her strong mind-set and aspiration in teaching, she has started a new job role in Shared Governance as a Clinical Educator at ICE which helped her to steer towards her goal.
Being an International Nurse, Rehana is passionate about supporting BAME staff especially internationally supported staff in their career development and leadership.
Rehana always believed in a quote by Mother Teresa, “It is not how much we do, but how much love we put in the doing”. If you are passionate about your ambitions, you will be successful one day, despite how hard it would be to acomplish them.