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Professor Patrick C Stone

Paddy Stone

Palliative medicine

 

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Paddy Stone is Professor of Palliative Medicine at UCL. He was educated at Wimbledon College, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London. He qualified in 1990, obtained the MRCP in 1993 and his MD in cancer-related-fatigue in 1999. He was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Palliative Medicine at St George’s University of London and an Honorary Consultant at St George’s Hospital NHS Trust in 2001. He was appointed Head of the Marie Curie Palliative Care Research department and honorary consultant at University College London Hospitals in 2014.

He has been a member of the Association of Palliative Medicine (APM) since 1993. He was the chair of the APM Science committee (2012 - 2014). He was a member of the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Palliative care clinical studies group 2003 - 2010. He was the Secretary of the Palliative Care Research Society (UK) 1999 - 2004.

His research interests include the mechanisms and management of cancer-related fatigue, prognostication in advanced cancer and quality of life and symptom assessment. He is the Chief Investigator on the Prognosis in Palliative care Study (PiPS) II, a national NIHR funded study of prognosis in advanced cancer.

Areas of interest

• Pain management • Symptom management • Supportive care • Palliative care • Hospice care • End of life care • Terminal care

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