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Simon Shields

Consultant Neurologist

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

Colney Lane

Norwich, Norfolk,NR4 7UY

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is a 1,000 bed teaching hospital with state-of-the-art facilities which provides care to a population of more than a million people. We work closely with the University of East Anglia’s Faculty of Medicine and Hea...more

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Simon Shields
Simon Shields (Neurology Consultant) Simon Shields is a Consultant Neurologist working at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. His lecture recorded here is about headache. At the outset he tells us that " its usually migraine" (covered in Part 2) In Part 1 he deals with those causes of headache that we as GPs do not want to miss, the Secondary Headaches. In Part 2 he deals with the Primary Headaches, which are those that we commonly come across and manage in primary care. An essential lecture topic for GPs, this is a lecture that you will find very helpful and reassuring. Simon has laid out his lecture in an easy to use format with many tips and insights into the diagnostic process and patient management.


Previews - MNP - GPLecturesGPLectures

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Simon Shields
Simon Shields (Neurology Consultant) Simon Shields is a Consultant Neurologist working at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. His lecture recorded here is about headache. At the outset he tells us that " its usually migraine" (covered in Part 2) In Part 1 he deals with those causes of headache that we as GPs do not want to miss, the Secondary Headaches. In Part 2 he deals with the Primary Headaches, which are those that we commonly come across and manage in primary care. An essential lecture topic for GPs, this is a lecture that you will find very helpful and reassuring. Simon has laid out his lecture in an easy to use format with many tips and insights into the diagnostic process and patient management.


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Dr Simon Shields, who was a consultant at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH) for ten years, also sent inappropriate emails to the patient during a relationship which lasted just under three months.
The details emerged at a hearing of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service, which makes decisions about doctors' fitness to practice. Dr Shields treated the patient, known only as Patient A, between July 27, 2005, and May 8, 2013. The patient was an outpatient who attended clinics with Dr Shields. Dr Shields admitted that in the latter half of February 2013, he sent inappropriate emails and started a sexual relationship with the patient. One email stated: "Will you be having an early night? I took a vid to help you..X", and included an attachment consisting of a video of Dr Shields lying naked in bed. Dr Shields was investigated by a member of NNUH, who discovered the emails in Dr Shields' hospital account. The relationship between Dr Shields and Patient A ended in May 8, after it "peetered out after the pair had been on holiday. Dr Shields, who left NNUH in June 2014, will now await the decision of the tribunal as to whether or not his fitness to practice has been impaired.


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Dr Simon Shields.
Image: Cavendish Press Dr Simon Shields, who was a consultant at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH) for 10 years, also sent inappropriate emails to the patient during a relationship which lasted just under three months. The details emerged at a hearing of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service, which makes decisions about doctors' fitness to practice. Dr Shields treated the patient, known only as Patient A, between July 27, 2005, and May 8, 2013. The patient was an outpatient who attended clinics with Dr Shields. Dr Shields admitted that in the latter half of February 2013, he sent inappropriate emails and started a sexual relationship with the patient. One email stated: "Will you be having an early night? I took a vid to help you..X", and included an attachment consisting of a video of Dr Shields lying naked in bed. Dr Shields was investigated by a member of NNUH, who discovered the emails in Dr Shields' hospital account. The relationship between Dr Shields and Patient A ended in May 8, after it "peetered out" after the pair had been on holiday. Dr Shields, who left NNUH in June 2014, will now await the decision of the tribunal as to whether or not his fitness to practice has been impaired.


www.eveningnews24.co.uk:80

The inquest also heard from Dr Simon Shields, a medical doctor and consultant neurologist at the NNUH, about a neurological condition which had caused Mr Phillips problems throughout his life.
Dr Shields said Mr Phillips had adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD), a rare condition similar to multiple sclerosis, which causes the myelin sheath, the fatty covering of nerve fibres, in a person’s brain or spine to progressively damage because of a faulty gene. Dr Shields said the condition could cause Mr Phillips to seem “manic†in his behaviour as it effected the part of his brain which controls judgement and inhibitions.


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