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SAS and Locum Consultants Committee Members

The College has an elected SAS Member that sits on the College Council and also on the SAS Committee with a view to represent the views and requirements of our SAS membership, within the College and externally.

Ms Victoria Dobie is an Associate Specialist in Orthopaedics and Trauma at the Borders General Hospital in the Scottish Borders. Over her career as an SAS grade she has held the posts of Educational and Clinical Supervisor for trainees, has studied for a Diploma in Management with the Open University, and is presently Secondary Care Appraisal Lead for her hospital.

As Chair of the SAS committee and SAS representative on Council, Victoria aims to achieve full integration of SAS grade surgeons with College activities, allowing SAS Surgeons to develop their careers to their full potential.

 

Members of the SAS Committee are:

Braj Kishore Jha joined the college SASLC in August 2018. He has been a fellow of the college since 1994. He is currently working as Associate Urologist at Whiston Hospital in Merseyside and is also the SAS lead /SAS tutor at his local trust. He has been an SAS doctor since 1997 and brings his vast experience as SAS doctor to the college SASLC. 

 

 

 

Dipen Boghani is a staff grade Ophthalmologist working at East Surrey Surrey hospital in Redhil, Surrey. After completing MS (Ophthalmology) in India, he passed his FRCS in both Edinburgh and Glasgow in 2000. He has served in SASLC committee at Royal college of surgeons in Edinburgh for last 2 years .He has also served in Royal college of Ophthalmologists, SAS committee as Southwest London regional representative for last 4 years and recently was appointed as chair in the same committee.

 

 

 

Helen Jones is a specialty doctor in colorectal surgery in Oxford. After training in the Mersey region, she had a ten-year career break away from medicine, including five years of further study and travel and five years working as a statistician. She then returned to a medical career and has been a specialty doctor since 2015. She is a SAS tutor, working to develop SAS doctors locally. She is also involved in research and post-graduate medical education.  

 

 

Majid MukadamMajid Mukadam  MBE joined RSCEd SASLC in May 2016 and is also member of Cardiothoracic Surgical Specialty Board. He is the SAS lead at the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust since 2011. He has a keen interest in teaching and training, did PGCE in Health Education from the University of Birmingham and is a GMC accredited Clinical Supervisor and an Appraiser for the Trust. His qualifications include MCh(CVTS) from Bombay, India and FRCS(C-Th) from United Kingdom. He works as an Associate Specialist in Cardiothoracic Transplantation and leads the cardiothoracic Retrieval service at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham. He was recently awarded MBE by Her Majesty the Queen for his services to transplant patients. His vision is to increase representation of SAS doctors to examination boards.           

 

Peter Brotherton is a Specialist in Oral Surgery and Associate Specialist in OMFS. He has had varied roles in the past including President of the Hospitals group of the BDA and its Current Chair, Vice Chair of the BDA CCHDS, national BDA SAS representative onto the BMA SASC and a member of BAOS council for over 14 years. He has also been requested by the (then) CDO of England to be part of the commissioning working group for Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine that developed the commissioning guide. He is a SAS tutor and TPD for my trust.

 

 

 

Suresh Madhavan Anandanis a Specialty Doctor in Plastic Surgery at Wexham Park Hospital since 2013. He completed his medical training, culminating in MCh (Plastic Surgery) from India and thereafter acquired Diplomas in Plastic Surgery as well as Hand Surgery from the European board.  He is keen to work with the College supporting SAS doctors and has been an active member of the committee since 2016.

 

 

 

Soran Chawishlyis an Associate Specialist Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery at UCLH and Royal Free Hospitals London. Soran is a member of the RCSEd SASLC Committee and SAS representative at the RCSEd Surgical Speciality Board SSB for ENT. He is an advocate for high respect, recognition and fair reward for the hard work of SAS Surgeons, and a strong supporter of anti-bullying, harassment, and undermining of work done by SAS Surgeons. Soran passionately believes in patient safety as a priority, that sits hand in hand with the safety, security, and respect of Doctors and all health workers.

 

 


Committee meetings are held three times a year.

If you are an RCSEd member in an SAS or Locum grade, please help us to communicate relevant information to you by ensuring your profile is up-to-date.

Guidance and information from the RCSEd on CPD and Revalidation are available. External guidance on applying for the Specialist Register, contract information and more, are available below.

If you require any information relating to the Committee's activities, please e-mail saslc@rcsed.ac.uk


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