51-61 Wigmore Street Fax +44 (0) 709-200-9348
London, W1U 1PU e-mail: email@example.com
Date of Birth: 23.03.1977
General Medical Council (UK) registration number:- 6028052
Current Post: Radiology Research Fellow, University of California San Diego, USA.
Public Examinations & Qualifications:
ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support certificate) (2003)
ALS (Advanced Life Support certificate) (2002)
MB ChB Birmingham University Medical School, UK (2001)
BMedSc (2:1 Hons) Birmingham University Medical School, UK (1998)
A-levels Rugby School, Warwickshire, UK (1995)
Pre-Registration House Officer
Upper GI Surgery
Sandwell District General Hospital, West Midlands
Nov 2001-Feb 2002
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, West Midlands
Worcester Royal Infirmary, West Midlands
Worcester Royal Infirmary, West Midlands
Senior House Officer
Accident & Emergency
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London
Publications + Research
· Designer Child – recombinant human growth hormone influence on final adult height of the normal child (submitted (Aug 2003) Hong Kong Medical Journal)
· Fog of War – Current Casualty Figures of the SARS War Hong Kong Doctors Union Bulletin May 2003
· SARS – How long is it going to hurt our pockets Hong Kong Doctors Union Bulletin June 2003
· Case Report:- Percutaneous Management of Pancreatic Duct Occlusion with Colapinto Needle (Johns Hopkins Hospital – submitted (Sept 2002))
· The effects of a multi-lingual home environment on infant language development (Tsuen Wan Adventist Hospital -pending)
· Chest Thoracocentesis
· Paracentesis and diagnostic ascitic tap
· Transcutaneous liver biopsy
· Various skin suturing
· Femoral line insertion
· Central Line insertion
· Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) insertion
· Venepuncture and cannulation
· Urethral and Suprapubic Bladder Catheterisation
· Bone Marrow Aspiration
· Nephrolithiasis in Pregnancy, Chelsea and Westminster Hospita , London, UK
· A Patients Guide to Uterine Fibroid Embolisation and Literature Review, Department of Interventional Radiology, John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, USA.
· Pre-school Presentation and Management of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Birmingham, UK
· The Conceptual Basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Birmingham University Medical School.
· Colonoscopy as a screening tool for colorectal cancer, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham (QEH)
· Intraoperative Radiotherapy, Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH)
· Pre vs. Post Operative Radiotherapy in rectal carcinoma (QEH)
· Psychotic Depression - A Case Study, Queen Elizabeth Psychiatric Hospital, Birmingham
· Minimally Invasive Direct Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (QEH)
· Treatment and follow up of urinary tract infections in males presenting to a Birmingham inner city general practice.
· Treatment and follow up of gastrointestinal bleeds at Worcester Royal Acute Hospital.
Every opportunity was taken to teach medical students at various levels, on topics ranging from history & examination to patient management to practical procedures. Teaching is one of the most enjoyable aspects of being a junior doctor and my techniques have been well received by all my medical students.
To be an interventional radiologist in a teaching hospital and to pioneer new techniques in this fascinating new field.
Having attended the Berklee School of Music (Boston, USA), I am proficient in jazz and other forms of contemporary music on the bass (string and electric) and guitar. I used these skills at medical school participating in various musical groups and ensembles, including the successful Medical School Jazz Band and the annual Medical School musicals. I was also a member of the Medical School Orchestra as a violinist.
As a member of the medical school hockey team and various National League club teams I have been a winner in various competitions, including the Birmingham University competition in 1997. My passion for tennis is longstanding and in 1996 I won the Birmingham University mixed tennis doubles competition.
Other interests include cooking, interior & graphic design, architecture and new extreme sports such as wakeboarding and kitesurfing.
Ms P. Longstaff
Consultant in Accident & Emergency
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
369 Fulham Road
Tel +44 (0)20 8237 5147
Dr. Anthony Venbrux
George Washington Medical Centre
Ground Floor Radiology
900 23rd St NW
Tel +1 (202) 715 5166
Fax +1 (202) 715 5161
Dr. M. Webberly
Worcestershire Royal Hospital
Charles Hastings Way
Tel +44 (0)1905 763333
Mr. J Buckels
Consultant Hepatobiliary Surgeon
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Tel +44 (0) 121 627 2418
Fax +44 (0) 121-627 2449