Dr. Mumtaz Patel is Prestigious Plenary Speaker at IN4OBE Global Summit 2022
Dr Mumtaz Patel is a Consultant Nephrologist based at Manchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. She is also a Postgraduate Associate Dean at Health Education England, Director for Conduct and Progress at the University of Liverpool and is the Vice President, Global for the Royal College of Physicians, London. Graduated from University of Manchester, United Kingdom (UK) with MBChB (Honours) degree in 1996.
Attained MRCP UK in 2000 and FRCP, London in 2011. Specialised in Nephrology and undertook a Wellcome Trust funded PhD research project exploring the Genetics of Lupus Nephritis (2003-2006) at the University of Manchester. Specialist training undertaken at Yorkshire Deanery and obtained Specialist Registration in Nephrology in 2007. Appointed as Consultant Nephrologist at Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust (MFT) in 2007.
Regional Lead for vasculitis and lupus service in the North West of England. Developed increasing interest in Medical Education during consultant post. Appointed as Renal Training Programme Director for North West Deanery in 2012. Appointed RCP Tutor, Divisional educational Lead at MFT (2013). Appointed and Regional RCP Advisor (2015) and Postgraduate Associate Dean for Health Education England (North West) (2016). Completed MSc in Medical Education in 2014 and awarded distinction for work looking at the value of Workplace Based Assessments in Predicting Doctors in Difficulty.
Presented at National/International meetings and published in Medical Education. Appointed as Clinical Lead for Quality Management for the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board in 2016. Published reports on the State of Physicianly Training in the UK in 2017 and 2019. Currently leading on national work on Differential Attainment and Assessment. Appointed Vice President, Global for RCP, London July 2020.