The RCT management panel


The RCT is administered by the RCT management panel. This includes:

  • the registrar
  • the assistant registrar
  • two named representatives of each professional organisation participating in the management of the RCT: the Association of Renal Technologists (ART), the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM) and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM)
  • two representatives elected from the RCT registrant body
  • two lay members – we currently have a vacancy for a lay member. If you would like to find out more, please click here.

The panel is responsible for all aspects of the management of the register including overseeing the assessing and approving of applications to join the RCT. It is also responsible for reviewing and updating the criteria for membership of the RCT as well as all processes and documentation used. It is supported by an administrative team from the IPEM office.

The panel actively promotes the RCT to government, the Department of Health, government agencies, the Health and Care Professions Council, other professional bodies, educational establishments and the medical device industry.

The RCT Management Panel Terms of Reference

Iain ThrelkeldIain Threlkeld – Registrar

Iain is the head of clinical engineering at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and has many years experience working both within the NHS and the private healthcare industry.  As a fellow of IHEEM he has previously sat on the RCT management panel as one of their representatives but has held the position of registrar since September 2016. Iain is registered with the RCT as a clinical technologist and also with the Engineering Council as a chartered engineer (CEng).

Andy MossonAndy Mosson – Assistant Registrar

Andy is the renal technical manager in the Churchill Hospital in Oxford and has been working with medical equipment, both in the NHS and in the private sector, since 1973. He has been involved with the RCT since 2003 initially as an ART representative followed by many years as the registrar.  He has held the position of assistant registrar since September 2016. He is a past chairman of the Association of Renal Technologists and currently represents ART on the British Standards Institution committees for electrical safety of medical equipment and for specific renal standards.

Peter JonesPeter Jones – ART named representative

Peter is an ART representative for the RCT. He is the technical services manager, renal department at St James’ University Hospital, Leeds.

Ian WildeIan Wilde – ART named representative

Ian is an ART representative for the RCT. He is the technical service manager at the Manchester Royal Infirmary dialysis unit.

Dave EastonDave Easton – IHEEM named representative

Dave is director and principal consultant at Zener Engineering Services, who has worked extensively in the field of pharmaceuticals and medical device manufacturing and also in the NHS as a medical equipment manager.  Dave is a fellow of IHEEM, chair of their Medical Devices Technical Platform and is one of their representatives on the RCT management panel. He is also a member of the IET and registered with the Engineering Council as a chartered engineer (CEng).

Shaun LundyShaun Lundy – IHEEM named representative

Shaun Lundy is clinical engineering team leader at County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust. He is a member of IHEEM and registered with the RCT. He is also registered with the Engineering Council as an engineering technician (EngTech).

Paul Blackett – IPEM named representative

Paul is medical engineering operations manager at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals which includes two acute hospital sites at Chorley and Preston.  Paul is a member of the Clinical Engineering (North) NPAG group and is an active member of IPEM currently involved in the Clinical Engineering Special Interest Group and working as an external moderator for the technologist training scheme. He has also been part of the DH working party on Modernising Scientific Careers and is a member of the NW HCS Workforce Board.

Paula ToddPaula Todd – IPEM named representative

Paula is a chief clinical technologist at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast and manages the nuclear medicine service over two sites.  Paula is registered with the RCT as a clinical technologist, with the Science Council as a registered scientist (RSci) and is also a full member of IPEM.

Lizzie CrawfordLizzy Crawford – elected representative

Lizzy was elected to join the RCT management panel in November 2015 and is passionate about raising the profile of technologists and showcasing their work.  Lizzy is a specialist technologist within the radiological physics department of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and is keen to see entry routes into all technologist professions clarified so that new starters can identify a clear career path and, ultimately, work towards registration as a respected and recognised member of the healthcare science community.

David Donohue

David Donohue – elected representative

David was elected to join the RCT management panel in November 2015 and is a chief clinical technologist at South Tyneside Hospital.  The clinical technologist profession is important to David and he believes a strong professional organisation and regulation is important for growth, development and security.  He is a member of the Regional and National Industrial Sector Committees for Health and the National Organising Professional Committee for Healthcare Science.  He is favourably placed to ensure clinical technologists are well represented at national forums which will be of benefit to the RCT as well as the profession and the wider healthcare science community.

Rosemary AndertonRosemary Anderton – lay member

Rosemary sits on the IPEM Public Engagement Panel and is a lay member of the RCT management panel. Rosemary is a secondary science and psychology teacher. She was a member of York NHS Research Ethics Committee for five years and has a MA in Health Care Ethics.

Phil GoddardPhil Goddard – lay member

Phil sits on the IPEM Public Engagement Panel and is a lay member of the RCT management panel. Phil is a scientist and chartered engineer with over 25 years’ experience in the energy sector working in product development, consultancy and project management. Phil has also served on government advisory groups for the oil and gas and power and renewable sectors.

 

RCT administration team


Jo PearsonJo Pearson – RCT manager

Jo joined IPEM in March 2016 to oversee all aspects of registration to the RCT and to support the development, administration and reporting of the CPD scheme for RCT registrants. Jo will also provide support to, and manage the membership of, the RCT Management Panel. Jo has extensive experience with membership organisations in both education and healthcare and, most recently, had responsibility for co-ordinating initial teacher training (ITT), continuing professional development (CPD) and school to school support (S2S) for a Teaching School Alliance.

Anna Glavocih – RCT administrator

Anna has worked with IPEM and the RCT since 2004.  She is a very experienced administrator who has worked in legal and insurance organisations as well as the NHS prior to joining IPEM. Anna administers all RCT applications, the renewal process and the annual CPD process, together with the day to day aspects of the RCT.

Anna is the first point of contact for anyone interested in finding out more about the RCT.

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