Speakers

Speakers for MIMS Learning Live are all experts in their field, who are familiar with the clinical challenges that GPs face every day. 

Yassir Javaid

Cardiovascular and Diabetes Lead Nene CCG

Professor Mike Kirby

Visiting professor to the Faculty of Health & Human Sciences, University of Hertfordshire and the Prostate Centre

Professor Michael Loebinger

consultant respiratory physician at Royal Brompton Hospital and a Professor of practice in Respiratory medicine at Imperial College, London

Professor Kyle Pattinson

associate professor in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Oxford

Ms Katherine Krupa

Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon MBBS (Hons Class I) FRACS FRCPSG Grad Dip Clinical Epidemiology

Gay Sutherland

Visiting Researcher at the Nicotine Research Group, King’s College London

Dr Waqas Tahir

GPwER in diabetes, advising and teaching local GPs and nurses

Dr Victoria Barber

GP Principal, Northants

Dr Sharna Shanmugavadivel

Clinical oncology education fellow at the Children’s Brain Tumour Research Centre, University of Nottingham

Dr Raj Thakkar

GP partner, Clinical Commissioning Director for Chiltern and Aylesbury Vale CCG in planned care, cardiac lead for Thames Valley Strategic Clinical Network

Dr Peter Bagshaw

GP and partner at the Minehead Medical Centre

Dr Nigel Stollery

GP in Kibworth, Leicestershire and clinical assistant in dermatology at The Leicester Royal Infirmary

Dr Nadia Llanwarne

First5 GP in Birmingham

Dr Matt Fay

Clinical Chief Executive, at The Willows in Queensbury, Bradford

Dr Mark Levy

Locum GP in London with a special interest in respiratory

Dr Lucy Douglas

Trustee and executive committee member for the Primary Care Rheumatology society

Dr Lucinda Donaldson

Consultant perinatal and liaison psychiatrist. Co-chair of the North Central London Perinatal Network

Dr Liz Ogden

GP and dermatology specialist, Hertfordshire

Dr Liz England

GP, Mental Health and Learning Disability Clinical Lead for Sandwell West Birmingham (SWB) CCG

Dr Julie Oliver

GP, Durham Gynae - community gynaecology clinic

Dr John Roche

Consultant Psychiatrist at Rivendell Unit & elected member of the Faculty of Eating Disorders Executive Committee at the Royal College of Psychiatrists and a founding member and trustee of the British Eating Disorders Society

Dr Janaka Karalliedde FRCP PhD

clinical senior lecturer at King's College London, UK, and a consultant physician at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London

Dr Ian Lake

GP locum in Gloucestershire and founding member of the Public Health Collaboration

Dr Helen Goodyear

Consultant Paediatrician with a special interest in Paediatric Dermatology at University Hospitals of Birmingham

Dr George Moncrieff

GP, Oxfordshire, and chair of the Dermatology Council

Dr Dermot Ryan

Dr Dermot Ryan is honorary clinical research fellow at the University of Edinburgh and immediate past chairman of the Primary Care Interest Group of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

Dr Daniel Murphy

Works as both a GP partner in Honiton, and Staff Grade Rheumatologist in Exeter

Dr Catherine Millington-Sanders

Kingston CCG EOLC Clinical Lead; SWL STP EOLC Clinical Lead; Difficult Conversations Co-Founder and National Clinical Lead; and RCGP/Marie Curie National Clinical End of Life Care Champion

Dr Caroline Cooper

GP at a community clinic in Cambridge. Providing integrated contraception and sexual health services and training for local GPs

Dr Bernard Ho

clinical fellow in Dermatology, St George’s Hospital London

Dr Anne Connolly

GPSI in gynaecology in Bradford, chair of the Primary Care Women’s Health Forum and vice-president (membership) for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare

Dr Anita Nathan

GP based in London, with a special interest in malnutrition and weight issues

Dr Alison Tavaré

GP and Clinical lead with the Deteriorating Patient team at the West of England AHSN

Deirdre Siddaway

Respiratory Nurse Specialist at The Ixworth Surgery

Asha Mohammed

Final year medical student at Bristol University. Outreach worker at Integrate UK

Anne Holdoway

Dietitian

Alexandra Watts

GP in Northampton

This event is for qualified healthcare professionals. Anyone under the age of 18, including children and babies will not be permitted entry. Pharmaceutical companies will be at the MIMS Learning Live events.

The distribution of promotional material, except by exhibitors at their stands, is strictly prohibited. Visitors/delegates are prohibited from selling or promoting any product by word-of-mouth. The organisers reserve the right to remove any literature and to ask the person to leave.