Andy Wragg

Andy Wragg

Queens Medical Centre Campus, Derby Road, Nottingham, NG7 2UH

+44 115 924 9924 Ext 64429 View full bio
Patient and Public Involvement & Engagement Facilitator

Patient and Public Involvement Lead Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust/University of Nottingham

June 2012 - Present: Nottingham Digestive Diseases BRU and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust specifically for Centre for Evidenced Based Hand Surgery (CEBHS)

Lead for NDDBRU on all PPI/PPE activity, action planning and strategy, including facilitating local Patient Advisory Group. I am one of three PPI/PPE officers in clinical research within NUH. I also have responsibility for PPI/E for the CEBHS

Community & Partnerships Manager

Nottinghamshire County Drug & Alcohol Action Team (DAAT), Nottinghamshire County PCT November 2003 - April 2012: Ransom Wood Business Park, Mansfield

Led on all partnership activity for the DAAT with both strategic and delivery partnerships across the seven district/borough council areas. Worked extensively with the Police on enforcement campaigns, communities on addressing substance fuelled ASB + promoting community safety campaigns, worked with schools on substance use educational programmes and worked closely with treatment providers

Community Safety Manager Bassetlaw District Council

January 1993 - November 2003 (10 years 11 months)Worksop

Managed and led on all community safety work for the local authority and led the local partnership working extensively with collaborators including police, Notts CC, local VCS bodies, domestic violence team, ASB team, PCT, fire & rescue service. This period of work also included a two year period of overseeing the partnership’s engagement in a European Crime Reduction Initiative with colleagues in several European countries.

Expertise Summary

Patient and Public Involvement & Engagement (PPI/E) is a core function of both the University and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. I am the dedicated PPI/E Manager for NIHR Nottingham Digestive Diseases BRU. It has a Patient Advisory Group (PAG) of 54 strong (2/3rds women) and since my appointment in June 2012 it has supported 62 studies in the period up to 31/12/2015. The PAG membership has delivered over 550 individual PPI/E interventions in the same period e.g. supporting study design, study management, co-produced PPI/Research promotional materials, undertook dedicated training to develop PPI/E skills etc. PPI/E continues to be a strong and transparent priority in the NDDBRU’s work.

I also provide PPI/E leadership for the Centre of Evidence Based Hand Surgery.