Professor Keith Moultrie
Keith has many years of experience in leading evaluation, development and implementation projects, and 10 years of health and social care management and practice, including direct work with adults and children. He is a regular speaker at national conferences, and plays advisory roles for governments, national bodies, local authority and NHS partners. His particular interests centre around system leadership, governance, commissioning and service quality.
Keith is a qualified social worker, and is in demand as a facilitator and a coach to leadership teams across the UK. Since joining IPC in 1996, he has undertaken a wide range of projects with the Department of Health and Social Care, the Department for Education, the Welsh Government, the Care Quality Commission, the Scottish Government, Social Care Wales and Public Health Wales plus many local independent health and care organisations across the UK. Most recently he is working as part of the consortium delivering the Upon DCS leadership programme.
Before working for IPC Keith led the research and consultancy activities of the Institute of Health and Care Development, and was responsible for the delivery of consultancy projects throughout the NHS on issues to do with performance management, personal and organisational development. Prior to this he worked for a number of English local authorities as a care assistant, social worker and manager.