Consultant in Acute and General Medicine, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Matt Inada-Kim is a Consultant in Acute and General Medicine at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, with specialist interest in sepsis, patient safety, Human Factors and handover. He has developed quantitative and qualitative measurement methodology that have now been used nationally/internationally to benchmark organisational performance in sepsis. He was co-author of the Acute Care toolkit on Sepsis (2014), and has just completed an NIHR funded research project on Emergency care handovers. He was a Harkness Fellow in Healthcare Policy & Practice based at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, USA and the Commonwealth Fund of New York.