Tegid work as a Service Improvement Manager with Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
Much of his career has been spent working in the heritage and information services sector for local charity organisations and local government. It was here his improvement journey started in earnest and he has since moved into Improvement roles.
Tegid’s Bevan Fellow project will focus on how Systems Thinking approaches can assist with ‘managing’ the inherent complexity and multifaceted challenges facing the health service and assess how systemic methodologies can be utilised to intervene in complex health systems.
His professional interests include Systems Thinking and Complexity.
“As a Service Improvement Manger with BCUHB, I’m passionate about, and aspire to make, a meaningful impact in driving innovation and improvement of our healthcare system. I hope that this fellowship will empower me to develop innovative solutions, inform evidence-based practices, and advocate transformation and improvement of our complex healthcare system through the application of Systems Thinking.
I also hope that the Bevan Fellowship will enable me to gain several invaluable experiences and insights, and the opportunity to engage and collaborate with experts, healthcare professionals and like-minded individuals.”