Honorary Fellows

Since 2010, the Society for Acute Medicine has awarded Honorary Life Fellowships to individuals in recognition of their significant contributions to the development of Acute Medicine; these awards have been made at our autumn conferences and recipients are listed below.

2021

Dr Chris Roseveare, past President of SAM, Consultant Acute Medicine, Wessex

Dr Mike Jones, past President of SAM, Consultant Physician, Durham

2019

Dr Philip Dyer, past President of SAM, Acute Physician, Birmingham

2018

Dr Tanseem Raza,  Founding Member and Acute Physician, Bournemouth

Dr Alasdair MacDonald, Past President of SAM, Acute Physician, Royal Australian College of Physicians

2017

Prof Anthony Nicholls, Consultant Physician, Exeter

2016

Dr Alistair Dorward, Physician Acute and Respiratory Medicine

Ms Liz Lees-Deutsch, Nurse Consultant and previous SAM Council Nursing Representative

2015

Professor Paul Jenkins, Past President of SAM

2014

Dr Bernard Silke, Past Dean of Higher Medical Training at the RCPI

2013

Professor Derek Bell,  President, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and Past President of SAM

Professor Sir Ian Gilmore, past President of the Royal College of Physicians and President of the British Society of Gastroenterology

2012

Rhid Dowdle, OBE, Founding Member and past President of SAM

Dr Elizabeth Myers, Acute Nurse Consultant  and past Nursing Representative of SAM

2011

Major General George Cowan

2010

Dame Carol Black, past President of the Royal College of Physicians, London

Professor Sir George Alberti, Professor and Dean of Medicine at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and past-President of the Royal College of Physicians.