The GIRFT national report on ENT surgery has now been published.
In January 2020, GIRFT held an event at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust to showcase the report. Watch our short highlights video here. The audience heard examples of good practice from NUH and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust – to see how the OUH GP Referral Unit is helping to reduce ENT admissions, click here
The clinical lead for ENT was appointed with the endorsement of ENT UK. Caroline Ager ([email protected]) is the project manager for this workstream.
Clinical lead: Andrew Marshall
Consultant ENT surgeon at Nottingham University Hospitals
Andrew has been a consultant ENT surgeon at Nottingham University Hospitals since 2006. An expert in implantation otology and paediatric ENT, Andrew has an interest in medical management and service improvement. He has been both head of service and clinical director for head and neck services in his trust.
Andrew sits on the council of the section of otology at the Royal Society of Medicine, is past treasurer of the British Cochlear Implant Group, and sits on the clinical reference group for specialised ear surgery and ophthalmology. After specialist training on the South Trent ENT rotation, Andrew undertook a skull base and cochlear implant fellowship at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto.
Project manager: Caroline Ager