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Dr Ioanna Nixon is a Clinical Oncologist specialising in the treatment of sarcomas and Head and Neck cancers and clinical innovations. She holds National and International leadership roles in oncology and research, including Clinical Lead for the Scottish Sarcoma Network and the Regional Quality Improvement and Safety Lead. She has served as the Chair for the National Cancer Research Institute(NCRI) Head and Neck Epidemiology and Survivorship CSG and as a member of the New Drug Committee(SMC). She is also a Board member of the British Sarcoma Group(BSG), a member of the UK Experts Group for Sarcoma Service Specification (SAG) and a member of the NCRI Sarcoma Clinical Study Group. Dr Nixon is also Vice President at the Hellenic Society of social care and well-being for children and TYA, promoting health and well- being in children and young people.
Dr Nixon holds developmental roles as an educational supervisor for junior doctors and specialty trainees in oncology and an appraiser for NHS Consultants. She is also an academic mentor for PhD students and a mentor in National Leadership Programmes, including the Scottish Improvement Leader’s programme by NES.
She was awarded with a PhD in Radiotherapy in 2013(Kapodistriakon University, Athens, Greece), an MPH(Epidemiology, Liverpool University), holds a level 5 CMI Chartered Management and a level 5 in medical education. She is also an AoEC accredited executive coach(performance, leadership, career and resilience). She facilitates workshops on compassion and resilience, including a BMJ Masterclass(2018) and drives the wellbeing agenda through the Quality Improvement group.
Dr Nixon works with cancer charities both formally as a Board Member for the Throat Cancer Foundation Trust, as well as informally supporting campaigns to promote patient care. She also works with patients and carers driving a patient-centered research agenda. She was president for the British Sarcoma Group Conference 2020 in Glasgow and facilitator for the RISE events on resilience for patients and carers in Scotland.
In 2018 she was awarded a Founding Fellowship of Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management(FMLM) for her leadership and contribution to patient-centered care and most recently an Honorary Fellowship by the Royal College of Radiologists(FRCR) for her contribution to oncology specialty at International Level. Her team has been finalists for the BMJ Awards Cancer Team of the Year 2020 and now finalists for the HSJ Partnership awards 2021.
AoEC Diploma in Executive Coaching
Award Date: 21 Apr 2021
Scottish Quality Improvement Fellow(SQS): National Sarcoma MDT Improvement Project , NES
Award Date: 19 Jul 2019
Level 5 in Medical Education, Edinburgh University
Award Date: 11 Jul 2017
Master of Public Health, Department of Health Sciences, Liverpool Hope University
Award Date: 7 Jul 2014
Doctor of Philosophy, Medical School, Kapodistriakon University, Athens
Award Date: 11 Sep 2013
Bachelor of Medicine, Medical School, University of Ioannina, Greece
1 Sep 1996 → 6 Jun 2005
Award Date: 9 Jun 2005
New Drug Committee Member, SMC12 Jan 2020 → 12 Jan 2021
Regional Quality Improvement and Safety Lead, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, South Setor16 Jun 2019 → …
Board Member British Sarcoma Group3 May 2019 → …
Vice President Hellenic Society Social Care and Well-Being for Children and Tea10 Mar 2019 → …
UK Chair NCRI Head and Neck Epidemiology and Survivorship, National Cancer Institute for Research2 Oct 2018 → 10 Jan 2021
Honorary clinical Senior Lecturer Glasgow University5 Dec 2017 → …
Consultant Oncologist at the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Center17 Sep 2017 → …
National Lead for Scottish Sarcoma Network, NSD12 Sep 2016 → 30 Sep 2021
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