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Name

Qualification

Special Interest

Dr RGW Chapman MD FRCP Hepatobiliary
Dr J Collier MD FRCP Hepatology
Dr B Braden PhD MD Endoscopy
Dr A Bailey PhD FRACP Upper GI
Dr J East PhD MRCP Endoscopy
Dr S Keshav DPhil FRCP IBD, Pathogenesis of inflammation
Dr SPL Travis DPhil FRCP IBD, Nutrition

Junior staff

4 Specialist Registrars, 3 Clinical Fellows

2 SHOs, 2 F1 (including academic post)

Weekly programme (1)

am Lunchtime pm
Mon Research Endoscopy
Tue Research 12.15 Luminal Xray meeting General gastroenterology Outpatients (Dr Travis, Dr Keshav)
Wed Administration Endoscopy
Thu

General/IBD

Outpatients (Dr Keshav)

11.15 Student teaching

12.15 SHO presentation

1pm Grand Round

2.30 SpR teaching (5C/D)

3.30 Liver histology

4pm Luminal histology

4.30 Med/Surg meeting (5C/D)

Fri

8am Journal Club (cons dining room)

Hepatobiliary Outpatients (Dr Chapman, Dr Collier)

12.30 IBD MDT meeting (level 5) Biologics’ clinic, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Outpatients (Dr Travis, Dr Keshav)

Weekly programme (2)

am Lunchtime pm
Mon Research Pancreaticobiliary MDT meetin Endoscopy/ERCP (Dr Ellis)
Tue

General gastroenterology/ pancreaticobiliary  (Dr

Chapman, Dr Braden, Dr Marshall)

General gastroenterology Outpatients (Dr Travis, Dr Keshav)
Wed Endoscopy

Administration

Hepatobiliary Xray meeting

Thu Research

11.15 Student teaching

12.15 SHO presentation

1pm Grand Round

2.30 SpR teaching (5C/D)

3.30 Liver histology

4pm Luminal histology

4.30 Med/Surg meeting (5C/D)

Fri

8am Journal Club (cons dining room)

Hepatobiliary and Liver Clinic (Dr Chapman, Dr Collier, Dr Ellis)

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Outpatients (Dr Travis, Dr Keshav)

These programmes are for illustrative purposes only, since endoscopy sessions (usually two) and outpatient sessions (usually four, totalling six clinical sessions) are planned each week at a variable time, to cover planned absence in the Unit due to leave and other commitments. The two programmes allow rotation between Clinical Fellows, depending on subspecialty interests in IBD or hepatobiliary medicine, their training needs and the service, with mutual agreement being reached as appropriate.