Dr Jo Horne

Jo is a Consultant Healthcare Scientist at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, specialising in gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary histopathology. She is dual registered with the HCPC as a Biomedical Scientist and Clinical Scientist, and is an IBMS Fellow and Diplomate Member of the RCPath. Jo was awarded a national CSO WISE Fellowship in 2017, which is a national leadership programme for women in Healthcare Science, and she won the Advancing Healthcare Awards national Biomedical Scientist of the Year award in 2019.

Jo was one of the original pilot participants in the UK national histopathology reporting diploma programme, completing her training in 2017.  Since then she has been working as part of the consultant specialty team at Southampton, independently dissecting and reporting gastrointestinal specimens, representing the department at MDT meetings and participating in research and audit. 

Jo is a national member of IBMS council, and also sits on the conjoint boards for both the histological dissection and reporting qualifications, and with the National School of Healthcare Science as an examiner for the national STP training programme, and as lead editor for the histopathology STP curriculum review.  Jo is part of a national working group reviewing training pathways within histopathology for Healthcare Scientists, and is passionate about the development and promotion of advanced careers for all Healthcare Scientists working within Pathology.

Jo’s other professional interests are leadership, education, clinical audit and the use of media to promote the profession and engage with the wider public.  She also provides mentoring, coaching and academic support to colleagues and peers.   

TITLE: Leadership in Times of Crisis

2020 has been a year where leadership has been an important skill required within Pathology as well as the wider NHS and private healthcare sector. Although there have been some fantastic examples of strong leadership, there are also lessons that we can learn from the events of the last few months. This talk will focus on ways we can all show leadership within our roles, with examples and reflection on what went well, what we could have done better, and what we can take from 2020 to look towards a more positive future.

Major developments in pathology raise many questions. Be part of the discussion on the way forward.

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