Kim Tolley: London South

Regional Liaison Adviser for the London South region.

The region I cover 

South London.

I’m the Communitybaptistpa’s Regional Liaison Adviser for the south London area. This includes all of the London boroughs south of the Thames and out to the M25. 

My background  

Kim TolleyI’ve worked in a combination of healthcare, education and regulation roles, all of which I chose because I felt they made a difference to patient care.

Originally I qualified as a nurse and specialised in Intensive Care nursing.  I moved into teaching nursing and worked as a lecturer in adult nursing at Kingston University and St Georges University of London. 

I eventually moved into a role in assessments and quality assurance.  I was responsible for completing the SHA returns and for day to day assessment issues related to pre and post registration nursing education.  

I have a particular interest in simulated learning, skills and how student nurses are assessed in clinical practice. 

I also worked for nine months at the Nursing and Midwifery Council as an Education Adviser and then the role at the Communitybaptistpa attracted me as I felt that it would pull together my expertise in healthcare, education and regulation.   

What I'd like to achieve 

I enjoy speaking to doctors and hearing about the realities of their job roles.  When I speak to medical students I am struck by the similarities between their courses and nursing programmes.  It is clear that professionalism is a feature that is central to any student nurse or medical student across the country. 

Throughout my nursing career I was used to engaging with patients when they were unwell and vulnerable.  I am now looking forward to connecting with patients and patient groups and listening to their opinions and needs.  It will be very valuable to discuss how health care regulation can assist them in getting the best from their doctor.   

I am keen to engage with doctors, medical schools and students and patient groups in order to promote our work and guidance as well as gather valuable feedback that will help shape our future communication and activities. 

Take a look at some of my work

St George's Healthcare NHS Trust - Social media, 7 January 2014.

Royal College of Psychiatrists - Silence kills, 26 June 2014.

Adult Safeguarding - 20 November 2014.

Raising and acting on concerns - 19 March 2015.

If you wish to contact me 

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