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I am the Professor and Director of the Health Systems Innovation Lab providing organisational and leadership development. I lead the national Universal Healthcare Network; and a number of Primary Care Development initiatives including a collaboration with Modality and RCGP to support Primary Care Leaders; and the Primary Care Networks Academy. My experience is an unusual combination of leader, manager, researcher, change agent and entrepreneur.I have made sustained and demonstrable impact through her work on the quality of health services with global reach. I am an Independent Non-Executive Member at West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board.
During the pandemic I published evidence of innovation in the NHS during the pandemic which has had global reach. I have established the first UK place-based MA Strategic Clinical Leadership programme using the Apprentice Levy (Senior Leader). I am currently leading a coproduction programme on Long Covid, Safe Waiting and Virtual Access, bringing citizens as partners into the design and delivery of new models of care.
In terms of advisory roles I am currently an advisor the Bromley By Bow Social Prescribing programme, an external examiner at the Imperial NHS Digital Academy. I was recently been an advisor to the RSA Future of Health and Care, a board member for the Health Foundation Evaluation of the Q programme, the European Cancer Concord, and the Advisory Board of The Bromley By Bow Unleashing Health Communities Programme. I am also a nominator for the Ashoka network and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Previously I have been an advisor to the Cabinet Office on the Choice Agenda, a Board Member of the European Health Management Association, an Advisor to the NHSIQ Network Leaders Programme, and a critical friend of the New Economics Foundation Coproduction Network, and the NESTA health programme. During my career I have worked across health and local government supporting place-based collaboratives, and have been a Visiting Fellow at Stellenbosch University School of Public Leadership (South Africa) where she supported the Innovation Hub.
My book on networks has international reach Malby B, Anderson Wallace M. (2016) Networks in Healthcare. Managing Complex Relationships. Emerald.
You can read about my work on networks here www.source4networks.org.uk
English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting.
Established and lead this highly effective, self-funding national organisation within The University of Leeds with 80+ direct and associate staff. Managed all business development and programmes; secured international partnerships for learning and change (Intermountain Healthcare, ENAP Canada, EHMA, Stellenbosch University, New Economics Foundation); developed innovative approaches to change in health and social care, across all sectors. Personal skills in organisational development and supervision. Turnover >2 million for consulting and leadership development, & total research income of £800K
• Founded the Leeds Institute for Quality Healthcare.
• Lead the only UK City-wide coproduction programme internationally with real impact for communities. The only PGCert internationally on Coproducing Health
• The first Medical Senate programme in the UK
• The London Darzi Fellows Programme for 5 years.
• Lead new research programmes notably COST Action, ‘Management and Medicine in European health systems: implications for control, innovation and user voice’; 3 National Inquiries – Management and Medicine; Fit for purpose governance in the NHS; Ethical Organisational Decision-Making in the NHS.
Established a new national Health Systems Innovation Lab. Research and learning communities on networks, collaboration with communities, systems leadership and the relational context to innovation. Established the new place-based Primary Care Quality Academies; the first UK Senior Leader Apprentice for clinicians - Masters Strategic Clinical Leadership. Provide the London and Kent, Surrey and Sussex Darzi fellowship Programme; the NHSE Sourece4Networks online toolkit for Health and Care Network Leaders, Masterclasses and Webexes; Primary Care Leadership programme. Provided the NHS Future Focused Finance leaders programme. Working with health systems on A&E attendance. Policy work on STPs and on Asset-based Health. Board development to Regional tier. Research interests: networks in health, collaborative leadership; volunteering and asset based approaches.
Founding Director of Complex Systems Associates Ltd working in the UK, and North America in the public, private and voluntary sectors. The company developed new, and refined existing methodologies in real time strategic change particularly on chronic disease both within organisations and with participants as learning partners in our development programmes.
|participant fees||2022||Leading Primary Care Networks and Collaborations Cohort 5||Principal Investigator|
|participant fees||2022||RCGP/Modality/LSBU Leading Primary Care Programme cohort 2||Principal Investigator|
|NHS Commissioners Confederation||2022||Primary Care Leadership Development||Principal Investigator|
|University of Milan||2022||Italian healthcare study tour||Principal Investigator|
|Sussex and West Yorkshire Integrated Care System||2022||Universal Healthcare||Principal Investigator|
|NHS Southwark CCG||2021||Developing Primary Care Leadership in South East London||Principal Investigator|
|CPD - Individual||2021||Asset Based Community Development (ABCD)/Primary Care Networks (PCN) workshops||Principal Investigator|
|Guys and St Thomas Trust (GSTT)||2021||Patient & Public Engagement and Social Research Specialists - LOT THREE||Principal Investigator|
|Guys and St Thomas Trust (GSTT)||2021||Patient & Public Engagement and Social Research Specialists - LOT TWO||Principal Investigator|
|Guys and St Thomas Trust (GSTT)||2021||Patient & Public Engagement and Social Research Specialists||Principal Investigator|
|NHS South East Leadership Academy||2021||Leadership Evaluation and Impact||Principal Investigator|
|CPPD||2021||Programme for Integrated Child Health - Work Based Learning Module||Principal Investigator|
|Various NHS organisation||2021||Leading Primary Care Networks and Collaborations Cohort 4||Principal Investigator|
|Modality Partnership||2021||Modality ACE Programme Certification||Principal Investigator|
|Various NHS organisations||2021||Darzi 13||Principal Investigator|
|Self Funded Places||2021||Modality/RCPG/LSBU work based learning module||Principal Investigator|
|Modality Partnership||2021||Modality PCN WBL and certification||Principal Investigator|
|NHS Organisations||2020||Leading Primary Care Networks and Collaborations||Principal Investigator|
|Various NHS Trusts and the London Ambulance Service (through Apprenticeship Levy)||2020||MA Strategic Clinical Leadership Apprenticeship Programme (Cohort 2)||Principal Investigator|
|Self funding participants||2021||Network Leaders Online Programme||Principal Investigator|
|Capita||2020||Source4Networks 2020||Principal Investigator|
|Barts Health NHS Trust||2020||Barts Health ACP Programme||Principal Investigator|
|Central London Community Healthcare||2020||Coaching measurement for improvement in Harrow Integrated care||Principal Investigator|
|NHS England||2020||Leading Engagement for Change||Principal Investigator|
|15 x Sponsor organisations (tbc)||2020||London Darzi Fellowship Programme 2020||Principal Investigator|
|Health Education England||2020||Kent Surrey and Sussex Communities of Practice||Principal Investigator|
|Health Education England||2020||Darzi Longitudinal Evaluation||Principal Investigator|
|NHS England||2019||Source4Networks 2019||Principal Investigator|
|Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust||2019||H673_Uni Accred Course_HSIL_Apprenticeship Strategic Clinical leadership||Principal Investigator|
|NESTA||2018||H626_Consultancy_NESTA 100 Days||Principal Investigator|
|Capita||2017||H569_Consultancy_NHS England_Network Toolkit Next Steps||Principal Investigator|
|12 sponsor host organisations||2019||H646_Uni Accred Courses_Darzi 11||Principal Investigator|
|NHS Bedfordshire CCG||2019||H639_HSIL_GP Federations Programme||Principal Investigator|
|Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network||2019||H645_Uni Accred Courses_Darzi KSS 3||Principal Investigator|
|Proposal||Project||Role||Funder||Status||Status last updated|
|PCN's Collaborative Inquiry and Learning Community||PCN's Collaborative Inquiry and Learning Community||Principal Investigator||Health Education England||OPEN In preparation||Jan 2023|
|Leading Primary Care Networks and Collaborations Cohort 5||Leading Primary Care Networks and Collaborations Cohort 5||Principal Investigator||participant fees||OPEN Approved for submission||Oct 2022|
|PICH Cohort 2||PICH Cohort 2||Principal Investigator||participant fees||OPEN In preparation||Jun 2022|
|Culture Change Programme||Culture Change Programme||Principal Investigator||Healthcare People Management Association London||OPEN Approved for submission||May 2021|
NHS Digital Academy
PG Dip Digital Health Leadership
Master's in Digital Health Leadership
Advisor, Future of Health and Care Programme
Advisor, Social Prescribing Programme
Independent Non Executive Member
Primary care networks: navigating new organisational forms.
Kordowicz, M., Malby, B. and Mervyn, K. (2021). Primary care networks: navigating new organisational forms. BJGP open. https://doi.org/BJGPO.2021.0092
10 Leaps Forward - Innovation in the Pandemic
Malby, R. and Hufflett, T (2020). 10 Leaps Forward - Innovation in the Pandemic. London London South Bank University.
The Asset Based Health Inquiry: How best to develop social prescribing
Malby, R., Boyle, D., Wildman, J., Omar, B.S. and Smith, S. (2019). The Asset Based Health Inquiry: How best to develop social prescribing. London South Bank University.
Challenges and insights in inter-organizational collaborative healthcare networks: an empirical case study of a place-based network
Mervyn, K, Amoo, N and Malby, R (2018). Challenges and insights in inter-organizational collaborative healthcare networks: an empirical case study of a place-based network. International Journal of Organizational Analysis. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOA-05-2018-1415
Longitudinal Study of the Impact of the London Darzi fellowship Programmes years 1-8.
Mervyn, K, Malby, R and Meredith, G (2018). Longitudinal Study of the Impact of the London Darzi fellowship Programmes years 1-8. London London South Bank University. https://doi.org/10.18744/PUB.002634
Darzi Clinical Leadership Fellows: An Activity Theory Perspective
Malby, R, Mervyn, K and Boyle, T (2018). Darzi Clinical Leadership Fellows: An Activity Theory Perspective. Journal of Health Organization and Management. 32 (6), pp. 793-808. https://doi.org/10.1108/JHOM-05-2018-0133
Introducing a Peoples Academy into Higher Education: A coproduction approach to sustained wellbeing
Hardy, SE, Malby, R, Turner, W, White, X, Hallett, N, Chalmney, C and Young, G (2018). Introducing a Peoples Academy into Higher Education: A coproduction approach to sustained wellbeing. Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning. 8 (1). https://doi.org/10.1108/HESWBL-10-2017-0075
Can Volunteering Help Create Better Health and Care. An evidence review.
Malby, R, Boyle, D and Crilly, T (2017). Can Volunteering Help Create Better Health and Care. An evidence review. London London South Bank University. https://doi.org/10.18744/PUB.001625
NETWORKS IN HEALTHCARE Managing Complex Relationships
Malby, R and Anderson-Wallace, M Malby, B (ed.) (2016). NETWORKS IN HEALTHCARE Managing Complex Relationships. Bingley, United Kingdom Emerald.
Innovation and sustainability in a large-scale healthcare improvement collaborative – seven propositions for achieving system-wide innovation and sustainability
Malby, R, Amoo, N and Mervyn, K (2016). Innovation and sustainability in a large-scale healthcare improvement collaborative – seven propositions for achieving system-wide innovation and sustainability. International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management. 5 (2), pp. 149 - 179. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJSSM.2016.080465