Roisin Haslett

Postgraduate Medical Dean
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Emma Berry
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Dr. Roisin Haslett has lived and worked in the North West region her whole life. Roisin grew up in Crosby and graduated from Manchester University with an MB ChB in 1989. She then pursued a career in anaesthesia and was awarded FRCA in 1995. In March 1999, she became a consultant in Intensive Care and Anaesthesia at Hope Hospital and was awarded FFICM in December 2012. In her clinical role, Roisin developed the Intensive Care Follow-up service, served as the patient experience lead, and led governance throughout the COVID pandemic.

Roisin has had an interest in medical education throughout her consultant career and has held various educational roles at Salford, including the Intensive Care tutor, Acute Care Common Stem track lead, Foundation Programme Director, and latterly Director of Postgraduate Medical Education. To support this interest, she became a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators in 2013 and completed a master’s in medical education in 2016 with a dissertation entitled: "What factors affect female doctors’ choice to pursue or reject an Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) career, and can altering these factors improve the attractiveness of the specialty to women?"

Roisin was appointed as Associate Dean for HEE –NW in 2016 and Deputy Dean in 2019. She commenced as North West Regional Postgraduate Dean in January 2024 for NHSE WTE. Roisin has driven the funding for and development of a new professional support and well-being unit, restructured the team to support the newly formed ICSs, and has overseen the expansion and redistribution of the medical workforce locally.

Nationally, Roisin is the lead dean for Emergency Medicine and Psychiatry. She chairs the English Dean leadership leads group and has a strong interest in medical workforce planning. Roisin is married to an ophthalmologist, has three sons and one daughter, and resides in Altrincham.