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I’m Ian Pinnell. A Healthcare Scientist Associate, volunteer and broadcaster based in Oxford. Scroll down to find out more about me and my work or use the links below to get in touch on social media.
I’m a Healthcare Scientist Associate (HSA) currently working in Oxford. I specalise in Cardiac Rhythm Management, where I help manage and maintain the Remote Monitoring service, which monitors over 1,000 patients. I also assist with inpatient checks and the running of the CRM department.
I currently serve as a Trustee and the Communications Executive of a national charity. I also volunteer for the local hospital radio station and have been volunteering since 2006. I’m also a Young Trustee Movement Champion and believe young people should be on Charity Trustee boards.
Party with Pinnell
Available for syndication in Spring 2020, I bring you two hours of Fresh Hits and Classic Anthems. From Sigala to Candi Staton and everything in between. Need more than two hours for your schedule? Let’s talk.
I don’t drink hot drinks; I once interviewed former UK Prime Minister David Cameron; I love playing with new tech; I switched from Apple to Android; I enjoy a game of snooker; I love design; have an interest in public transport and still don’t drink hot drinks
Thoughts & Musings
I’ve been volunteering since 2006 and as we begin a new decade its clear to see the volunteer sector in the UK has changed, both in terms of the time
I’ve brought quite a bit of new technology over the last couple of months as I move from one tech giant to another. The transition in terms of exporting contacts,
I’ve been a Mac user for many years, in fact, for the last decade, but over the last couple of months, I’ve found myself moving across more to what some
I’ve been using Apple products for as long as I can remember, except from a brief affair with a Nokia Lumia running the Windows Phone OS when it was relatively
Five days into my new Android adventures and I’m slowly getting used to the UI and little quirks. The Play Store takes a bit more navigating when compared to Apple’s
Trustees play a pivotal role in any charitable organisation. They’re the people that work behind the scenes to ensure their organisation are meeting their charitable objectives; running well financially and