The Lancaster Model was developed by Kath Lancaster, driven by her insights, experience, strong belief and motivation to support healthcare providers to revitalise teams and achieve better outcomes for children, young people and their families.
The Lancaster Model
Kath is the Managing Director of Kath Lancaster Nursing Consultancy Ltd where she developed The Lancaster Model, sometimes called “TLM”.
Kath is first and foremost a nurse, with over 40 years’ experience working in both acute and community nursing environments, progressing from a practitioner to a visionary national strategic leader.
Her vast experience includes working as Senior Lecturer and course leader for the Specialist Public Health Community Nursing (SCPHN) Course at Leeds Beckett University, practising as an Independent Nurse Consultant and supporting the development of government policies and directives in a national nurse advisory role.
She holds a BSc(Hons) in Community Nursing/SCPHN, MSc in Advanced Nursing Practice and Advanced Diploma in Mentorship MSc Level.
Outside of work she enjoys keeping healthy and fit, spending time with her husband and 3 grown up children and looking after her two grandsons.
Kath Lancaster Nursing Consultancy Limited
Company Number: 06668242 – Incorporated on 8 August 2008
Private limited company
Address: 7 Princes Square, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 1ND
Lucie has previously progressed a career in the Wholesale Fashion and Sports sector, supporting a variety of commercial projects and nurturing business relationships with overseas manufacturers, key retail clients and Licensors. This valuable experience and organised approach to business has provided Lucie with an invaluable and transferable skill set to implement the training and support within TLM. Having taken time out to look after a young family but still wanting a work/life balance Lucie was keen to get involved with TLM especially with its company ethics and achievements closely aligned to her own. Within the Training and Support Role Lucie is continuing to develop close business relationships with each Trust from the Regional Administrators to nurses, ensuring they have the relevant support and training within their individual portals. This might be answering the day to day queries or discussing how to run specific reports utilising the invaluable data the system provides, or running portal training sessions for new and existing team members ( customer side) .
Apart from looking after a family, Lucie loves to spend her downtime keeping active in the gym, cycling and walking in the Peaks.
Barbara has worked for more than 30 years within the Health and Wellbeing environment including time as a Lecturer in Further education. She has delivered fundraising strategies at a UK Health Charity and worked for Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) the worlds largest healthcare company in business development, sales & marketing and latterly as the UK Patient Engagement and Advocacy Manager partnering with many of the UK’s health and care charities developing initiatives to improve outcomes for patients focussing in a variety of clinical areas including Diabetes, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Hepatitis C and Mental Health.
Barbara’s role includes creating a range of new Health Improvement Initiatives that will continue to support all users of The Lancaster Model to deliver better outcomes. She is also the Compliance Officer for TLM.
Outside of work, she is a keen gardener, and loves arts, crafts and design. She is also the Co-Chair of the Patient Participation Group at her GP Surgery, acting as a Critical Friend to the practice.
Christine is primarily a nurse with many years’ experience delivering wide ranging health care interventions in inner city Leeds.
Over the last seventeen years, her career has taken her into senior award-winning development roles in NHS service improvement and change management; leading a team to receive an award for being the first of its kind in the county. She designs and supports change management projects across the country for public and private sector industries, lectures on NHS leadership for the Leadership Academy and Open University, and speaks nationally on resilience, motivational interviewing and effective communication in organisations using neuro linguistic programming.
Chris has worked with Kath to help deliver the change management process with clinical teams, which is one of the key elements to “The Lancaster Model” being successfully implemented
In her spare time, she is a keen vintage car enthusiast and part owns a 1960s MG Midget and an Austin A40 Farina
Aire Logic Ltd have been the trusted healthtech partner for TLM since 2020. They solve real health and care problems through sustainable, low code technology solutions
Founded in 2007 by Mike Odling-Smee and Joseph Waller, Aire Logic aims to productively bridge the gap that exists between clinical practice and technology, and accelerate the adoption of innovations across the healthcare industry.
Low Code | High Impact
Aire Logic’s low code platform AireSuite powers the TLM online portal.
They are continuously developing the portal with its users to co-create an intuitive, easy-to-use tool that delivers fingertip reporting.