Dr Claire Bethune, MRCP MRCPath
QPIDS clinical lead
Dr Bethune is clinical lead for the Immunology and Allergy services in Plymouth and has developed regional home therapy programmes for both immunoglobulin replacement in antibody deficiency and for acute treatment of attacks of hereditary angioedema. Dr Bethune is also lead clinician for the diagnostic immunology laboratory service in Plymouth.
An enthusiastic teacher, she has developed courses for GPs and medical students in the South West and has been invited to lecture at national and international meetings. As a member of the UKPIN committee, Dr Bethune took on responsibility for the scheme organising accreditation of immunodeficiency centres in 2011 and has worked with the Royal College of Physicians to develop the QPIDS accreditation scheme.
Programme manager - IQAS and QPIDS
Madeline Corrigan is the programme manager for the IQAS and QPIDS accreditation schemes. She is based at the Royal College of Physicians and is responsible for the operational management of the scheme. She works with the clinical lead and the steering group on the scheme's strategy, development and expansion.
Madeline also manages the IQILS scheme, which is an accreditation scheme run by the college for Liver services across the UK.
Previously Madeline has worked in project management, managing the anti-doping services at Major Games throughout the UK.
Accreditation Unit Manager, RCP
Caroline Rogers is the Accreditation Unit Manager at the Royal College of Physicians where she manages a varied clinical service accreditation programme. The RCP's accreditation activities include the JAG endoscopy scheme, the IQILS Liver scheme, the SEQOHS occupational health scheme along with the IQAS allergy scheme and the QPIDS primary immunodeficiency scheme.
Caroline has previously managed national clinical audits and led programmes in healthcare policy development.
If you wish to contact any member of the team, in the first instance you should review our contact us page. If you would like to contact Madeline Corrigan directly, then you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0203 075 1508. If you would like to contact Claire Bethune, then please do so by contacting Madeline Corrigan who will escalate your email/call.