Jacqui Fletcher is the Nursing advisor to The W Clinic and is the Senior Nurse Advisor – Stop the Pressure Programme (NHS Improvement) and Editor of Wounds UK journal.
Prior to this Jacqui was the Clinical Strategy Director at the Welsh Wound Innovation Centre and had an honorary clinical contract at Cardiff and Vale UHB. Jacqui was an Honorary Fellow of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) from 2011 - 2014. She has worked for Midlands and East Strategic Health Authority as Harm Free Care Lead, focussing on the ambition to eliminate all avoidable category 2,3 and 4 pressure ulcers. She has also worked as a Principal Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire.
She is a Patron of the Lindsey Leg Club, and a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for International Wound Journal, the Journal of Wound Care and Wounds UK journal. She served as an Executive of the European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel from its inception in 1996 until 2010 and was instrumental in developing the 2009 guidelines serving as a lead for a working group.
Mr Mosahebi is a clinical head at The W Clinic. Mr Mosahebi qualified at Guy's & St Thomas Medical school in London. His Plastic surgical training was in London Deanery in some of the largest & busiest hospitals in UK. He has had further specialist training in reconstructive & aesthetic surgery in New York & Belgium.
He is a Consultant & Academic Lead at Royal Free Hospital, London.
He is a professor of plastic surgery at University College London, consistently in the top 10 world ranking.
He is an author a number of publications & have lectured extensively worldwide. He is involved in pioneering research work on regenerating new tissues through new biomaterials & tissue engineering as well as clinical trials in innovative techniques in wound healing He is on editorial board of Aesthetic surgery Journal, Hon Secretary of BAAPS, past President of Royal Society of Medicine (plastic surgery section), has served on the United Kingdom specialist advisory committee for plastic surgery. Director of Aesthetic Masters program UCL.
He is also on the advisory panel for Health education England regulation on non-invasive aesthetic treatments.
His specialist interest is congenital, cosmetic & reconstructive breast surgery and also deals with complex soft tissue reconstruction following accident or cancer surgery.
Azar Karkhaneh is head nurse at The W Clinic and Ward Manager of the Plastic and Breast ward at The Royal free Hospital in London. Whilst specialising within Plastic, she has also gained over eleven years in experience in nursing with complex surgical procedures such as wound management, reconstructive surgery (flaps), skin grafts and negative pressure wound therapy (VAC).
She has also experience working with various departments such as Gynaecology and Urology.
Azar graduated in Nursing from Kings College London in 2006.