Chris Mainey is a senior data scientist and analytical leader in the UK National Health Service (NHS). He leads the analytical team in patient safety for NHS England / NHS Improvement, focussing on use of incident reporting data, measuring patients safety interventions, and analysing NHS data sources. He has experience in public health, clinical networks, acute trust informatics, and leading analytical and data science teams.
Chris' work focuses on modelling NHS data, with strong expertise in R and SQL, and experience with a variety of statistical modelling and machine learning techniques. He completed his PhD at UCL, on modelling NHS incident reporting data using quantitative methods and NLP/text mining.
Chris is an experienced trainer, presenter, and post-grad teacher, keen on communicating health data, statistics and ML methods to a variety of audiences. He is a member of the NHS-R community Technical Advisory Group, has authored and maintains several R packages, and is keen to promote R awareness and adoption in the NHS.
This is a personal blog/website and does not reflect the opinions of NHS England / NHS Improvement or any other organisation.
PhD in Applied Statistics and Machine Learning, 2020
University College London (UCL)
PGC in Public Health, 2015
University of Birmingham
BSc in Microbiology with Industrial Experience, 2006
University of Manchester
Senior Analyst and data science lead. Responsibilities include:
Senior Analyst and statistical lead. Responsibilities include: