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- Paediatric diabetes & endocrinology
I am a paediatrician who undertakes a wide range of general paediatric medicine but also has a special interest in growth and endocrinology.
Nick Mann is married and has 3 grown up children. He lives near Henley on Thames. Outside interests include travel, skiing, walking, cycling and running.
He is chairman of Cycle-Smart Foundation a national charity based in Reading aiming to reduce death and injury in children by the use of cycle helmets and safer cycling. The have been national school programmes in both primary and secondary schools in the UK to try and achieve these aims.
Areas of interest
Recurrent abdominal pain
Current NHS consultant posts held
Former Consultant Paediatrician, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading
Diabetes and endocrinology
Running and walking
Chairman Cycle-Smart- a national UK charity to increase cycle helmet usage in children
Previous national B distinction award holder
50 papers published on wide range of paediatric topics including endocrinology.
Courses offered to GPs
Updates on common paediatric conditions, asthma, obesity and growth.
- MD University of London 1984
- FRCP Royal College of Physicians London 1993
- FRCPCH Royal College Paediatrics & Child Health 1997
- DCH RCP 1977
- MBBS University College London 1974
- Middle grade training Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham 1986
- SHO paediatrics Great Ormond Street Hospital 1978
Reference number 2247876
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Part 2 MRCPCH Clinical Examiner Royal College Paediatrics & Child Health 2014
Details of entry to specialist register
- Paediatrics, 1996
Affiliations / memberships
Member British Society Paediatric Endocrinogy & Diabetes
Member British Medical Association
Convenor/Chair Paediatric Visiting Club
- Spire Dunedin Reading
- 08:00 - 15:00
- 0118 377 9145
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.