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Mark Felton is a consultant ENT surgeon at the Evelina London Children's Hospital, part of Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
His career began with an undergraduate education at the University of Leeds where he graduated with an Honours degree in Anatomy, before receiving his medical degree.
His specialist otolaryngology training was in Manchester, leading to recognition on the General Medical Council's Specialist Register of Otolaryngologists. His research interests include the effects of cochlear implantation on balance, leading to the award of an M.D. He is active in medical teaching, and as such has completed a Masters degree in Medical Education.
Mr Felton is one of a small group of UK otolaryngologists to have completed a paediatric ENT fellowship in North America. This was based at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, and provided extensive training in the management of children's ENT diseases. His main focuses are ear disease (otology), and disorders of the adenoids and tonsils in children and adults.
Mr Felton has presented at numerous international conferences including the British Association of Paediatric Otolaryngology and the American Academy of Otolaryngology. He has published extensively in the field of otolaryngology and has additionally authored book chapters on neck lumps in children.
Areas of interest
Specialty Children's ENT; Adult and children's ear conditions.
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Otolaryngologist - Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust London
Research interests include the effects of cochlear implantation on balance, with a thesis currently in process which will lead to the award of an M.D. (post graduate research degree). He also has an interest in hearing outcomes from implantable hearing aids and the treatment of cleft palate children with glue ear.
Running, sailing and skiing.
Bruce IA, Felton M, Lockley M, Melling C, Freeman S, Lloyd S & Green KMJ. Hearing Preservation in Adolescent Cochlear Implantation. Otology and Neurotology 2014: 39(9): 1552-1559.
Felton M, Hill-Feltham P & Bruce IA. The role of stability measurements of the Baha® system in children. International Journal of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology 2014: 78; 513-516.
Davies B, Felton M, Camilleri A. Neck Lumps: A practical guide to differentiating lumps in the neck. Student BMJ 2014; 22: 2041.
Felton M & Ramamurthy L. Patient Management: Red Flag Symptoms. Foundation Years Journal 2013; 7(4): 48-52.
Felton M, Mamais C, Kumar BN & Izzat MS. Medico-legal aspects of introducing sialendoscopy: A minimally invasive treatment for salivary gland obstruction. Clinical Otolaryngology 2012; 37(3): 213-220.
Soni-Jaiswal A, Felton M & Camilleri A. A prospective audit of an alternate venous thromboprophylaxis tool in a tertiary otolaryngology unit. The Otorhinolarygologist 2012; 5(1): 34-38.
Courses offered to GPs
Management of hearing loss and ear conditions
- Honours Degree in Anatomy [BSc(Hons)] University of Leeds 2003
- Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) University of Leeds 2005
- Fellow of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery [FRCS (ORL-HNS)] Royal College of Surgeons of England 2014
- Masters of Science in Medical Education (MSc) University of Manchester 2015
- MD - Postgraduakte Research Degree University 2018
- Subspecialist Paediatric ENT BC Children's Hospital, Vancouver, Canada 2015
Reference number 6128409
Details of entry to specialist register
- Otolaryngology, 2015
Affiliations / memberships
Royal Society of Medicine
British Society Otology
British Association of Otorhinolaryngologists (ENT UK)
British Association for Paediatric Otolaryngology
Royal College of Surgeons of England
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