Dr. Aoife Molloy is Senior Clinical Advisor for Healthcare Inequalities Improvement and a doctor in infectious diseases and general medicine. She works in national policy and in hospitals focusing on narrowing the gap in healthcare inequalities. She’s associate editor and social media lead at BMJ Leader, and is passionate about medical justice and equality in healthcare access, outcomes, and experience.

Aoife was National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in 2014/15, set up the Collaboration for Shared Decision Making, developed guideline adaptation tools to aid guideline development in India and worked on disinvestment and safe staffing. She was clinical lead of the Evidence Based Interventions programme and worked with The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges to develop the first recommendations for Choosing Wisely UK and Positively UK to develop the first national standards for peer support in HIV.

She wrote "A Clear Road Ahead, a quality strategy for the NHS in England" at The Health Foundation. She studied medicine at Trinity College, Dublin, and became a member of the Royal Colleges of Physicians before moving to the UK to pursue specialty training. She has a MSc in Public Health and is a PhD researcher at Imperial College examining patient safety at transitions of care.
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