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Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

New trust director role for nursing academic

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David Sines has been appointed to the board of Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust as an associate non-executive director.

A trust press release said Professor Sines would bring “a wealth of experience and knowledge to the trust, [and] will play a key role in influencing the decisions of the board”.

He is currently pro vice chancellor and executive dean for society and health at Buckinghamshire New University.

Professor Sines has also served in senior managerial roles at Imperial College Trust, Great Ormond Street Hospital, University College Hospital, King’s College Hospital and Guys and St Thomas’s.

Acting trust chair Brenda Kersting, said: “David’s experience and knowledge will be of great value to the trust as we strive to enhance the quality of our services and the experience of our patients.”

Professor Sines added: “My appointment will enable Buckinghamshire New University to continue to support the trust to deliver its people strategy and to share opportunities for workforce development, evidence-based practice and professional education.”

He was awarded fellowship of the Royal College of Nursing of the UK in 1989 for his pioneering work in advancing nursing and community care, and was made a CBE in the 2010 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

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