Shamim Nassrally

Shamim is a Consultant in Acute Internal Medicine at Guys and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation trust in London. He completed his higher specialty acute medical training in North Central and East London. During his final year of training he undertook a Royal College of Physicians Chief Registrar post at University College London Hospital, working on a variety of projects including the implementation of a new electronic health record. 

Shamim took a year out of his higher specialty training to spend a year on secondment at NHS Improvement as part of the National Medical Directors Clinical Fellow Scheme, working on national urgent and emergency care workstreams.

Shamim completed his Core Medical Training and Foundation Training in North West London and the West Midlands.  He spent two years as a Clinical Teaching Fellow at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire, during which time he completed a Masters in Medical Education with Merit. 

Shamim graduated from Warwick Medical School following an undergraduate Biomedical Sciences degree at Kings College, London.  

Shamim has undertaken a variety of projects and posts in addition to his training which include becoming the first elected chair of the trainee special interest group of ASME (Association for the Study of Medical Education) and forming part of the 2017 organising committee for TEDxNHS.

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