Consultant Dietitian and Professional Lead
Therapies Department at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Biography: Gemma Stott is the Consultant Dietitian and Professional Lead at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and has had the opportunity to undertake secondments in AHP leadership as Chief AHP for 18 months, as well as 6 months in IT. She has held a keen interest in professional development across all areas of dietetics for the past 18 years, and is currently piloting a Universal Dietetic Complexity Tool she designed with Trusts across the UK. Gemma also has international experience working in New Zealand implementing the DAFNE programme.
South West London ICL Digital Pioneer Fellowship project summary: To design a digital powerform with the facility to pull data from assessment and obs (e.g., weights, biochemistry, date and time seen) with pre-set boxes for the dietetic record (care process) in line with the British Dietetic Association (BDA) recommendations. To develop realistic outcomes linked to the impact of dietetic practice, under the self-termed ‘4’s’ (Self Management, Symptom Management, Safety and Savings) to embed in the record. To work with the BDA to help promote the dietetic profession utilising impact and to trial using the form within GESH and Kingston (both using Cerner iClip).
Estimated number of patients / staff impacted by the project: Patients: 0. Staff: 100+.
Goal(s) for time on the South West London ICL Digital Pioneer Fellowship: Gemma aims to gain coaching on influencing as well as skills in change management, agile delivery, evaluation, strategic influencing and thinking.