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Dr Amit Patel graduated from King’s College London. He undertook postgraduate training in Respiratory and General (Internal) Medicine in London at some of the country’s leading hospitals including the Royal Brompton Hospital, King’s College Hospital and St Thomas’s Hospital.
During his higher specialist training he went on to study for a MD in the Division of Asthma, Allergy and Lung Biology within King’s College London and has published extensively during this. Dr Patel lectures on areas of Respiratory medicine and is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and has postgraduate qualifications in education.
Areas of interest
All aspects of respiratory medicine, including the investigation and management of cough, COPD, asthma, pneumonia, lung cancer, pleural disease, respiratory failure, sleep apnoea, sarcoidosis, interstitial lung disease, bronchiectasis and breathlessness of unknown cause.
Current NHS consultant posts held
Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Patel's research interests are in developing novel techniques in the assessment of interstitial lung diseases and sarcoidosis. He also collaborates in research on the management of cough. His work is published in high impact factor international journals and he is a collaborator on projects both nationally and internationally. His work has been presented at major symposia in North America, Europe and the UK.
English, Gujarati, Hindi
Dr Patel is the author of numerous publications and a selection are presented here.
A comparison of Rasch Analysis and Impact factor methodology for constructing an interstitial lung disease health status questionnaire, accepted for publication, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2015
Patel, A. S., R. J. Siegert, S Bajwah, K Brignall, H.R Gosker, J Moxham, T. M. Maher, E. A. Renzoni, A. U. Wells, I. J. Higginson and S.S. Birring
Palliative Care for Patients with Advanced Fibrotic Lung Disease: a randomised controlled phase II and feasibility trial of a community case conference intervention, accepted for publication, Thorax 2015
S Bajwah, J.R Ross, A.U Wells, K Mohammed, C Oyebode, S. S Birring, A. S Patel , J Koffman , I. J Higginson , J Riley
The minimal important difference of the King’s brief interstitial lung disease questionnaire (K-BILD) and forced vital capacity in interstitial lung disease.
Patel, A. S., R. J. Siegert, G Kier, S Bajwah, RD Bar ker, T. M. Maher, E. A. Renzoni, A. U. Wells, I. J. Higginson and S.S. Birring, Respiratory Medicine 2013 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/ j.rmed.2013.06.009.
The development and validation of the King's Sarcoidosis Questionnaire for the assessment of health status.
Patel, A. S., R. J. Siegert, D. Creamer, G. Larkin, T. M. Maher, E. A. Renzoni, A. U. Wells, I. J. Higginson, and S. S. Birring, Thorax 2013 Jan;68 (1):57-65 .
The development and validation of the King’s Brief Interstitial Lung Disease (K-BILD) health status questionnaire.
Patel, A. S., R. J. Siegert, K. Brignall, P. Gordon, S. Steer, S. R. Desai, T. M. Maher, E. A. Renzoni, A. U. Wells, I. J. Higginson, S.S. Birring, Thorax. Epub ahead of press.doi:10.1136/thoraxjnl-2012-201581.
Interventions to improve symptoms and quality of life of patients with fibrotic ILD: a systematic review of the literature.
S Bajwah, JR Ross, JL Peacock, IJ Higginson , AU Wells, AS Patel, J Koffman , J Riley, Thorax. 2012 Dec 1. doi: 10.1136/thoraxjnl-2012-202040. [Epub ahead of print].
Improvement in health status following cough-suppression physiotherapy for patients with chronic cough.
Patel, A. S., G. Watkin, B. Willig, K. Mutalithas, H. Bellas, R. Garrod, I. D. Pavord, and S. S. Birring, Chron.Respir.Dis. 2011: 8 (4) 253-258.
The Challenge of Reflux-Cough in "Effects, Diagnosis and Management of Extra-esophageal Reflux"
Patel AS and Birring SS, Nova Science Publishers Inc, 2011, pp 397-40
- MBBS King's College London 2001
- MRCP Royal College of Physicians 2005
- AHEA Higher Education Academy 2011
- MD King's College London 2015
Reference number 6029386
Details of entry to specialist register
- Respiratory Medicine, 2012
- General (Internal) Medicine, 2012
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