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Personal Statements of 2017 Award Recipients


Bronze Awards (152) – pages 2 - 153

Silver Awards (122) – pages 154 - 278

Gold Awards (33) – pages 279 - 311

Platinum Awards (9) – pages 312 - 320

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GMC/GDC Number: 3295124

Speciality: ACADEMIC GP

1. I work at local, regional, national and international levels to develop
innovative models of collaborative community based services for individuals
with complex care needs in order to transform patient outcomes and
experience. These include: general practice based care for psychosis; world
leading mental health care for prison leavers, being taken up by the West
Midlands Mental Health Commission; and the regional whole system initiative
for bringing together redesign, evaluation and research for patients with
complex multi-morbidity.

2. I have 22 years‘ experience as a GP and now work primarily as an ‘outreach‘
GP for homeless or marginalised groups, supporting individuals with mixed
mental, physical and addiction problems to navigate complicated NHS

3. As an accredited GP with Special Interest in Mental Health (since 2006) I
helped establish and continue to work in and develop the Icebreak service for
emerging personality disorder providing the only medical input.

4. As Professor in Primary Care Research, Deputy Director of the Peninsula
Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and lead for the
Plymouth University Primary Care Group I have led five major research
projects with a total value of £3.3M, been a co-applicant on seven further
NIHR grants totalling £18M and developed the group from 16 to 44 staff.

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GMC/GDC Number: 3142295


Council of the Intensive Care Society (ICS).
• The Society promotes research and education in intensive care. I have

redeveloped the Society‘s website, blog for the society & aim to
represent the views of the district general intensivist. Secretary to
Patients and Relatives Committee. Re-elected in 2017.

Intercollegiate Committee for Basic Surgical Examinations (ICBSE)
• Chaired the Internal Quality Assurance Committee. This is one of two

key committees overseeing the administration, development &
application of the Intercollegiate Membership (MRCS) & Diploma of
Head and Neck Surgery (DOHNS) examinations. Working with the
four British Isles Surgical Colleges I have led & implemented changes
to the standards setting, equality & diversity processes. I have
introduced detailed feedback to examiners, strengthened governance
processes & published on human factors and examinations. I am an
ICBSE Assessor.

North Trent Critical Care Network.
• Clinical Lead. I advised the Board, chaired the Clinical Audit & Advisory

Group & lead on the network's audit process facilitating the collection of
case mix data on 9,000 critical care episodes annually.

Chesterfield Royal Hospital
• I maintain a patient centred practice at my local trust and contributed to

it's management through my role as a Staff Governor

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GMC/GDC Number: 3068704


Member of the National Specialty Groups for
Anaesthesia/PeriopMedicine/Pain (APP) & Critical Care Medicine (CCM).
Secretary/Conference Organiser of the BJA Research Forum & Anaesthetic
Research Society. I Chair Yorkshire/Humber Clinical Research Networks for
APP & CCM. Hon Professor at Sheffield Uni. As Research Lead I introduced
Academic Clinical Fellows & supervised 9 PhD, 2 MPhil & 9 BMedSci

As a Lead Examiner, I developed/led from inception the Structured Oral Exam
of the Fellowship of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. I am an Editor of
the BJA Education Journal

As 1 of 3 National Surge Centres, I lead our Critical Care Ebola
preparation/training/future disease preparations in our CQC OUTSTANDING
ICU/HDU. I am a member of the National Perioperative Medicine Innovation in
Practise Committee

I am UK lead for 7 international studies & member of the international design
team for 7 world-wide studies since 2012: PREDICTEU, PROVHILO;
published Lancet 2014, PRoVENT Lancet Respiratory 2016-coordinating 58
UK Centres, PROBESE, PROTHOR, AVATAR aimed at reducing
perioperative mortality/morbidity BALANCED reducing complications in older
people. Compliments my work as coauthor of EU Charter for Inclusion of
Older People in Research. I am Co-designer of Medicines Optimisation in
Critical Care (MOCCA) with ICU pharmacists

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GMC/GDC Number: 3069736

Speciality: SURGERY

Since my last award, I have demonstrated leadership at local, national &
international levels, specifically:

1. Clinical Innovation

I developed innovative approaches to the management of colorectal disease,
to improve patient safety, clinical & cost-effectiveness. My inventions resulted
in 2 patents for the NHS. I established minimally invasive techniques for
managing intestinal failure, & gut lengthening in the national centre I lead.
They have improved quality of life for our patients & led to NHS cost savings.

2. Leadership In Service Design and Delivery

I am NHS England national clinical lead for intestinal failure (IF) & deputy
chair of the colorectal CRG. I lead national service redesign & procurement. I
wrote the service specification, developed peer review & audit tools & co-
wrote professional guidance on best practice.

3. Leadership in professional standards

I helped NHS England to produce a national sepsis strategy, supported
NCEPOD in a national sepsis audit & co-wrote the 2016 ASGBI/ACPGBI
professional guidance for management of anastomotic leakage.

4. Leadership in Research

I raised > £2 million of HTA & other research funding, supervised a further 4
postgraduate degrees & examined 5 others. I sit on research board of
RCSEng, chair the DMEC of a NIHR- funded trial & have been scientific
director of ASGBI.

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GMC/GDC Number: 2594035

Speciality: SURGERY

INNOVATION IN PATIENT CARE: My group are the global leaders in developing
kidney transplantation after normothermic machine perfusion (NMP). I performed the
first in man renal transplants after NMP (Am J Transplant 2013) and the first
transplants using declined kidneys deemed unfit for transplantation but resuscitated
by NMP.

LEADERSHIP: I am the Director of the NIHR Blood and Transplant Research Unit in
Organ Donation and Transplantation (2016- £4M funding; 45 staff). As an
ambassador for Kidney Research UK, I highlighted the organ donor shortage at
meetings in the House of Lords (2014-5); my research was the subject of an early
day motion in 2016. I hold Visiting Professorships in Europe, USA and Asia.

RESEARCH: In the last 5 years I have published 66 papers (career total 346; H
index 45), supervised 8 awarded MD/PhDs and raised £9.5M in grants. 2012-16: My
research was awarded 2 BTS Medawar Medals, the ASGBI Moynihan Medal,
RCSEngl/Cutler‘s Clarke Medal, 2 BrJSurg Prizes and the 2014 RCSEngl Arris &
Gale Lectureship.

EDUCATION: I am the UK Director of the Cambridge-Yale Transplant Education
meeting (2016-date). I have introduced and directed new courses in renal
transplantation (2015-date), laparoscopic nephrectomy (2016-date) and vascular
anastomosis (2017-). Three of my fellows have achieved Chairs of Surgery (2013-

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