Dr Sandip Ghosh: Endocrinology and diabetes mellitus , General (internal) medicine
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Dr Sandip Ghosh

Birmingham Endocrine Care

Endocrinology and diabetes mellitus, General (internal) medicine

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Specialises in

  • Metabolic medicine
  • Stroke medicine

About me

Consultant Physician, Diabetes and Endocrinology and General (Internal) Medicine, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (since 2006).
UK Diabetes Healthcare Professional of the Year award, Diabetes, Quality in Care Programme (QiC) 2017.
http://www.qualityincare.org/diabetes/awards/results/qic_diabetes_2017_results/diabetes_healthcare_professional_of_the_year.
Highly commended award at QiC Diabetes 2017 for ‘Identifying Quality Indicator of DKA Management and Regular Feedback Improve Acute Diabetes Care’ by University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust http://www.qualityincare.org/diabetes/awards/results/qic_diabetes_2017_results/patient_care_pathway_adults
Patient safety initiative, ‘Diabetes Back to the Floor’, recognised as an exemplary practice and selected to be showcased in Diabetes UK website in the ‘Shared Practice Library’.
https://www.diabetes.org.uk/resources-s3/2017-10/DBTTF%20inpatient%20conference%20poster%5D_1.pdf
Invited Lecture at UK Health show, London Olympia, September 2017;
https://ukhealthshow.com/?post_type=speakers
Lead for inpatient diabetes and Diabetes Quality Improvement, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB).
Lead for management of diabetes in surgical patients, QEHB.
RCP Tutor, QEHB.
Deputy Chair for the General Internal Medicine training Committee, Health Education England working across West Midlands.
Associate Medical Director for clinical guidelines, University Hospitals Birmingham.
Peer reviewer for BMJ Open Quality;
Clinical Advisor for Cochrane Clinical Answers.
Author in Joint British Diabetes Societies guideline writing group.
Senior Examiner of Royal College of Physicians, UK.
Senior Examiner of University of Birmingham Medical School.

Areas of interest

New therapies of Diabetes and technology assisted Diabetes care;
Rapid optimisation of diabetes control to facilitate pregnancy or elective surgery;
Difficult to manage diabetes associated with changing doses of steroid for cancer chemotherapy or in other conditions;
Difficult to manage diabetes associated with tube feeding or total parenteral nutrition;
Diabetes Education to facilitate  better self management of Diabetes;
Obesity and current management regimes;
Hypertension management;
Lipid management;
Sex hormone abnormalities and erectile dysfunction;
Thyroid gland diseases;
Adrenal gland diseases;
Pituitary gland diseases.​

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