Biography

Ian Pope completed his undergraduate medical training at the University of East Anglia. He intercalated to a Master of Public Health at King's College London with dissertation research into how data impacts global policy making, conducted at the World Health Organisation in Geneva.

He then undertook a Public Health Academic Foundation Programme in East London. During this time he conducted a multi-centre mixed method research project examining the causes of admissions from the Emergency Department.

He subsequently underwent emergency medicine training at Homerton University Hospital and the Royal London Hospital. Ian then did a Master of Health Policy, Planning and Financing jointly between the London School of Economics and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

He currently works as a Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and a Clinical Lecturer in Medical Education at Norwich Medical School.

Career

January 2019 Onwards- Clinical Lecturer in Medical Education (Norwich Medical School)

August 2018 Onward- Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine (Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital)

August 2018 – January 2019- Clinical Teaching Fellow (Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

August 2016- July 2017- ST3 in Emergency Medicine (Royal London Hospital)

August 2015 – July 2016- Acute Common Care Stem Trainee (Homerton University Hospital)

August 2013 – August 2014- Visiting Academic Foundation Doctor (Queen Mary University of London)

August 2013- July 2014- Foundation Year 2 Doctor (Royal London Hospital & Tower Hamlets Council)

August 2012 – July 2013- Foundation Year 1 Doctor (Whipps Cross University Hospital)

Academic Background

Master of Health Policy, Planning and Financing (London School of Economics and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)- 2018

Diploma in Legal Medicine (Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine)

Membership of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine

Diploma in Medical care of Catastrophes (Society of Apothecaries)

MBBS (University of East Anglia)

Master of Public Health (King's College London)

 

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