Position: Senior Intelligence Programme Lead for NHS RightCare
Glenda Augustine is the Senior Intelligence Programme Lead for NHS RightCare, with responsibility for leading the development and delivery of evidence informed tools and resources to support local health economies reduce unwarranted variation in outcomes, quality and spend. Through collaborative working with National Clinical Directors and key stakeholders transformational change is driven by the innovative application of data, evidence and knowledge.
Prior to joining the RightCare programme in November 2017, Glenda was a Consultant in Public Health leading the evidence and intelligence team within a local authority. She feels that her transition to RightCare is closely aligned to the work of public health, aiming to improve population health outcomes, increase the quality of care provided with impact at the individual level and ultimately reduce health inequalities.
Glenda also has a long-term interest in Haemoglobinopathies and worked in this clinical area for eleven years at a local, regional and national level and she is currently chair of the National Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Advisory Group.