Andrew Murphy-Pittock

Head of Professional Education, Learning and Development

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Prior to joining HSIB, Andrew was in the NHS for eight years. He held senior roles as Deputy Head of Learning and Head of Undergraduate Medical Education at a large NHS trust. His areas of particular interest lie in quality improvement, curriculum development and simulation.

Andrew holds postgraduate qualifications in healthcare leadership and professional management in higher education, and he’s nearing completion of his executive MBA studies. He is also a registered Project Management Professional.

Andrew believes that patient safety should be at the heart of all healthcare settings. He is passionate about learning for improvement by providing robust and effective education programmes, to build stronger and safer systems.

Before finding his niche in NHS education, Andrew had a successful career in travel, event and strategic management. He is a lifelong learner and still a proud member of the National Union of Students (NUS). His personal passion is for travel having lived and worked in France and Saudi Arabia.