Hannah Little

Patient Safety Improvement Lead and Senior Project Manager
West of England AHSN

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Hannah is a registered nurse with a range of quality and service improvement experience in different sectors.

She has gained clinical experience across various NHS services, where her focus has always been the safety and experience of patients throughout their different – and often complex – clinical journeys. Before completing her MSc in Nursing, Hannah studied Philosophy, where she focused on phenomenology, ethics and the philosophy of law. Hannah’s MSc Nursing dissertation was a concept analysis of a ‘good death’, exploring different sociocultural perspectives and constructs.

Hannah is our Managing Deterioration workstream lead. She currently leads a project addressing healthcare inequalities for people with a learning disability. Hannah also manages the ED Community of Practice and ED Safety Checkist project. Alongside her role at the West of England AHSN, Hannah practices clinically at Great Weston Hospitals.

“I really enjoy working for an organisation that fosters an inquisitive and creative culture, with people who are passionate about achieving lasting change across the whole West of England health and care community. Listening to and learning from each other, our members, and anyone with an interest in improving the future of health and care enables us to drive work that transcends organisational boundaries and impacts the safety and experience of services, as well as the system, for local people.”

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