Meet the team

Non-Medical Workforce Lead

Sue Clarke
Susan.Clarke17@nhs.net

Biography

Sue is Head of Workforce and Education with the Hampshire Partnership of Clinical Commissioning Groups and also the non-medical workforce lead in the Wessex Primary Care training Hubs. Sue is a registered nurse by background.

Her career as an educator and trainer began 20 years ago, when she commenced her first teaching position, and then moved into education and training management where she has remained ever since.

Programme Director for General Practice Nursing

Pippa Stupple
Philippa.Stupple@hee.nhs.uk

Biography

Pippa is Programme Director for General Practice Nursing and also works as a Health Resource Manager for 2Care UK Ltd, who provide support to clients with mental health conditions. Pippa is a registered nurse who started her career in a surgical and renal ward and moved into General Practice Nursing 30 years ago.

In 2014 Pippa moved into her current role and has continued to support the general practice nursing workforce within Wessex, and developed training and education for the general practice HCAs, GPNs and ANPs.

Primary Care Learning Environment Lead – Bands 1 to 4 and Apprenticeship

Annette Farrell
Annette.Farrell@hee.nhs.uk

Biography

Annette is the Primary Care Learning Environment Lead for Bands 1 to 4 and apprenticeships and covers Portsmouth and Isle of Wight. Annette is a registered nurse with experience in a wide range settings: acute medicine, respiratory nursing, ED, GP led community hospital, stroke ward and GP out of hours.

Annette previously held a duel portfolio as an emergency nurse practitioner and as a clinical educator at Portsmouth Hospitals in the ‘Learning and Development Department’.

Primary Care Learning Environment Lead – Allied Health Professions (AHPs) and Physician Associates (PAs)

Andy Sharman
Andy.Sharman2@hee.nhs.uk

Biography

Andy is the Primary Care Learning Environment Lead for AHPs and PAs and covers Southampton and New Forest. Andy is a paramedic with over 20 years of experience in the NHS. He began as an ambulance care assistant in 1999, before qualifying as a specialist paramedic in 2010.

In 2015, Andy was seconded to the College of Paramedics as the Paramedic Prescribing Project Officer within the NHS England AHP Medicines Project, followed by a further secondment to HEE as the Chief Allied Health Professions Officer’s Clinical Fellow. He then worked as a National Workforce Planner with a portfolio including all AHPs, Urgent and Emergency Care and Apprenticeships.

Primary Care Learning Environment Lead – Nursing

Angie Thompsett
Angie.Thompsett@hee.nhs.uk

Biography

Angie is the Primary care Learning Environment Lead for nursing and covers Mid Hampshire.  Angie is a registered nurse and has experience working in ED, mainly working in the resus area.

Angie previously worked as an Educator in practice at Solent NHS trust across Portsmouth and Southampton areas, Angie worked closely with the local universities and would often take sessions to give the students a greater understanding of community work.

Primary Care Learning Environment Lead – Pharmacy

Kerry Street 
Kerry.Street@hee.nhs.uk

Biography

Kerry is the Primary Care Learning Environment Lead for Pharmacy and covers Dorset. Kerry is a registered pharmacist and has a career spanning over 20 years with experience in community, GP practice, secondary care, intermediate care and commissioning.

She has an extensive understanding of the different roles of pharmacy working upwards from a pharmacy counter assistant and technician, to senior clinical pharmacy manager, qualifying as an independent prescriber in 2016. Kerry is currently seconded as the regional workstream development lead and project manager for pharmacy integration within the School of Pharmacy South. However, she is still actively involved in the work of the training hubs.

Team Administrator

Molly McCallum
Molly.McCallum@hee.nhs.uk

Biography

Molly is the lynch pin of the team and has been working with the Primary Care Training Hubs since March 2020.

Molly has previously worked in administration, as well as being a pastoral carer and student mentor. She is now looking forward to, and feels passionate about, progressing her NHS career.