Graham Hinchcliffe

Title(s)Specialist, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address550 16th Street, #3149
San Francisco CA 94158
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    UCSF, San FranciscoMaster of Science2021Global Health Sciences
    Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UKBachelor of Arts2005International Business with German
    UCSF, San FranciscoDICP Certificate2023Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program
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    The Health Foundation2018Q Community Member
    Improvement Academy2018Improvement Academy Clinical Fellow

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    Graham has worked for 15 years in various UK based healthcare governance and management roles, particularly in NHS mental health and substance use settings. He specialized in quality improvement and assurance, regulatory compliance, clinical audit and risk management. Graham has 10 years experience working at the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as an inspector and inspection manager, where he still works flexibly.

    Graham established a healthcare consultancy in 2015 (Mango Tree Group), using his expertise to advise healthcare providers around CQC compliance, regulation and inspection. He has worked with multiple NHS Trusts and private sector organizations, successfully guiding them to improve standards and CQC ratings.

    Graham is currently at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in the U.S after the COVID-19 pandemic motivated him to study a master's in Global Health Sciences and transition into research and teaching. He is currently a non-faculty academic specialist with the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS) in the Department of Medicine. His research is focused on vulnerable/marginalized populations, HIV prevention, mental health, substance use and the carceral system.

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    Consumer Preferences for the Delivery of Prevention Services Among Individuals Leaving Jail
    California HIV/AIDS Research Program (CHRP) Feb 1, 2021 - Jan 31, 2024
    Role: Specialist
    Description: The purpose of this project is to understand what individuals leaving jail would like to see in terms of strategies to optimize their access to HIV prevention and SUD treatment.
    Using Innovative Intervention Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes among People with HIV (2iS)
    HRSA Special Programs of National Significance (SPNS)
    Role: Specialist
    Description: -To apply the HRSA HAB implementation science framework to identify innovative intervention strategies. -Pilot test the intervention strategies at up to 20 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program-funded recipient organizations. -Provide technical assistance to support implementation at the sites. -Develop accessible dissemination products to promote the replication and scale-up of successful intervention strategies in the RWHAP and other HIV service organizations nationally.

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    1. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health and mental health care of people living with HIV in California (Study Brief based on thesis). 2021. Hinchcliffe G, Fuller S, Arnold E.A , Nangia D, Steward W.T. View Publication.
    2. Telehealth and HIV Care Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Study in California (Study Brief). 2021. Nangia D, Steward W.T, Arnold E.A, Hinchcliffe G, Fuller S . View Publication.
    3. Using an accreditation scheme to demonstrate quality in mental healthcare settings. Nurs Times. 2010 Jun 29-Jul 5; 106(25):18-9. Page MJ, Metherall A, Hinchcliffe G. PMID: 20695346.
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    4. Aggression on psychiatric inpatient units for older adults and adults of working age. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2008 Aug; 23(8):874-6. Chaplin R, McGeorge M, Hinchcliffe G, Shinkwin L. PMID: 18229875.
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    5. Helping people who self-harm. Emerg Nurse. 2008 Jun; 16(3):14-7. Palmer L, Blackwell H, Hinchcliffe G. PMID: 18672849.
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