Professor Jonathon Gray’s APAC Forum 2015 keynote presentation earned him a standing ovation and a humbling amount of praise via social media. We are delighted that Ko Awatea’s director has agreed to once again open the APAC Forum.
Jonathon has more than twenty years experience in the field of health and is an expert in healthcare improvement and innovative service development. Currently he is the director of Ko Awatea (part of Auckland’s Counties Manukau District Health Board) where his remit is to build world-class improvement capacity to drive change.
Alongside that role Jonathon is the Stevenson Professor of Health Innovation and Improvement at Victoria, University of Wellington and is a visiting chair to Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and Cardiff University.
Jonathon has a Master’s in Public Health from Harvard, and is a past Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), and a current Fellow at Oxford Centre for Healthcare transformation.
Prior to his deployment in New Zealand, Jonathon served the NHS in Wales as the joint director of the 1000 Lives Campaign where he was responsible for a two-year programme aimed at improving patient safety and healthcare quality throughout the NHS.
Jonathon firmly believes that collaboration will not competition will help us to deliver system-wide health improvement. Creating a new era of co-operation and transparency will ensure that best practice is shared and spread throughout our system for the betterment of our population.
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