Juliet Beal joins the Trust as Director of Nursing, Clinical Quality and Improvement

Juliet Beal

Juliet Beal is a highly respected national nurse leader with a wealth of experience, and will be joining EEAST for the next 6 months as Director of Nursing, Clinical Quality and Improvement.

Until recently she was the Chief Nurse for the Bailiwick of Guernsey where she has worked for the last five years, successfully implementing programmes of clinical quality, safety and governance to meet NMC standards following an Extraordinary review.

Previously, Juliet was the Director of Nursing for Quality Improvement and Care at NHS England, and was responsible for the implementation of ‘Compassion in Practice’ the national vision and strategy for nurses, midwives and care staff, often referred to as the 6Cs. Juliet provided clinical and professional leadership for acute care, mental health, midwifery, children’s health as well as leadership for the nursing and midwifery contribution to the NHS outcomes framework. Juliet was recognised as one of the top 100 HSJ clinical leaders 2013. She has worked as a National Advisor for the CQC, and has chaired CQC inspections.

Juliet has an excellent track record of success at executive level over the last two decades, and has been a Director of Nursing in both acute and commissioning organisations.

She is known for her commitment to high quality, compassionate patient care as well as being part of a team which transforms organisations, improving the overall quality of services provided, and embedding clear clinical governance, quality and safety frameworks to improve patient care and measure organisational performance.

Juliet is committed to the continuous professional development of colleagues, to ensuring that they are supported in delivering evidence based, safe and compassionate care.

Juliet is both a nurse and a midwife, and was a visiting professor at Southbank University until 2018.

Published 5th November 2020

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