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Administrative Posts

Research

Responsible for clinical studies on national NIHR Dermatology Portfolio as Speciality National Lead for Dermatology

On Steering Group and Executive Committee of UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network, a national group which sets up and runs clinical studies

 

Administrative Posts

Education

Secondary Care Lead at NNUH for Unit 3 Dermatology 2004 - 2020

Professional Activities

National Professional Rolls

Honorary Secretary: British Association of Dermatologists 2010-12

President: British Society for Medical Dermatology 2012-14

Clinical Vice-President: British Association of Dermatologists 2014-16

President: British Association of Dermatologists 2016-2018

Honorary Willan Librarian: British Association of Dermatologists 2013-date

National Specialty Lead (Dermatology): National Institute of Health Research 2014-date

National Clinical Lead (Dermatology): NHS Improvement (GIRFT) 2017 -date

Honorary Treasurer elect: British Association of Dermatologists 2020 - date

President elect elect Dowling Club (Dermatology educational society) 2020 - date

Vice-President European Society for the History of Dermatovenereology 2015- date

Key Research Interests and Expertise

Health Economics Studies in collaboration with University of East Anglia: Eczema and Vitiligo

Health Economics Studies in collaboration with University of York: Hyperhidrosis.  HTA Grant £199,999: 14/211/02 start date December 2015.

Skin Cancer Epidemiology Studies: in Collaboration with Eastern Region Cancer Registry, Cambridge.

Clinical Research in Dermatology in collaboration with UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network, Nottingham

Acne Priority Setting Partnership with James Lind Alliance

Clinical Research as part of National Insititute of Health Porfolio

History of Medicine research: multiple collaborators (Vice-President European Society for the History of Dermato-venereology)

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

Education/Academic qualification

Royal College of Physicians

Award Date: 1 Jan 2001

Master of Business Administration, Open University

Award Date: 1 Jun 2000

Bachelor of Medicine, University of Manchester

Doctor of Medicine, University of Manchester

External positions

National Clinical Lead, NHS National Institute for Innovation and Improvement

1 Jan 2018 → …

President, British Association of Dermatologists

20162018

Speciality National Lead, National Institute for Health Research

2015 → …

Consultant Dermatologist, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Trust

1995 → …

Network

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