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Last updated: 8 Sep 2020
NHS Hospitals - Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Royal National Throat Nose and Ear (RNTNE)
Former Vice-President, Royal College of Anaesthetists.
Areas of interest
ENT; Paediatrics; Orthopaedics; Plastics; Gynaecology.
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal Free Hospital, LONDON NW3 2QG
Multicentre study on Patient Feedback
I chaired a multicentre study (2013-14) looking at Patient Feedback for revalidation purposes for anaesthetists. This required developing specific criteria that were relevant to the doctor-patient relationship in anaesthesia, which is very different to the traditional model in other specialties
Decision-making of anaesthetists
I was involved in a study looking at factors determining anaesthetists decision-making when using neuromuscular blockers (completed/published 2010).
I chaired a working party at the Royal College, initiated after a coroners case, looking at how Difficult Airway Society guidelines on emergency 'Can't Intubate Can't Ventilate' recommendations can be shared with ENT surgeons (2016).
Life-long learning and CPD for Consultants/SAS Doctors
I wrote the Royal College national guidelines for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in 2013
Impact of Generation Y (The Millennial Generation)
I have lectured at several large conferences on the impact of Generation Y culture on the medical workforce. The older generation (including me!) needs to recognise that the younger generation perceive things differently.
Confirmation of the ability to ventilate by facemask before administration of neuromuscular blocker: a non-instrumental piece of information?
British Journal of Anaesthesia (2010) 104(3) 313-7.
R. H. Broomhead, R. J. Marks and P. Ayton
When is a Doctor not a Doctor?
British Medical Journal (2010) 18th August
Gooderham P, Marks R
Medical recruitment and manpower in 2013 (Guest Editorial)
British Journal of Hospital Medicine (2012) 73(12) 664 - 665
- MBBS University of London 1979
- FRCA Royal College of Anaesthetists 1983
Reference number 2504977
Details of entry to specialist register
- Anaesthetics, 1996
Affiliations / memberships
Member of the Association of Anaesthetists and BMA.