Susanna is a neonatal trainee doctor who is currently undertaking a PhD at Imperial College London looking at how routinely-recorded data can be used to involve parents more in their baby's care and improve their neonatal experience. She is leading the Better Use of Data to improve parent Satisfaction (BUDS) project. Originally from Thessaloniki, Greece, Susanna came to London in 2001. She studied medicine at Kings's College in London and has trained in paediatrics and neonatology in London.
The BUDS project is developing a written communication tool that uses routinely-entered electronic infant record data to provide individualised daily updates to parents of babies needing neonatal care. In future this will be incorporated into a digital medium (app/website) for better efficiency, wider generalisability and the potential to roll out across all NHS neonatal units.
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