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Zul Mirza

President, Emergency Medicine

Royal Society of Medicine

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Royal Society of Medicine

Journals Subscriptions Department 1 Wimpole Street

London, Greater London,W1A 0ZA

United Kingdom

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The Royal Society of Medicine archive collection offers a fascinating insight into the history and evolution of the medical profession, and tells us the stories of the lives of the members and employees of the Society over 200 years. Since 1805, the RSM has ... more

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Consultant In Emergency Medicine

West Middlesex University Hospital


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Organ donation: save a life, save humankind

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Speakers: Dr Zul Mirza and Kashif Khan
Dr Zul Mirza, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, West Middlesex University Hospital. Zul is the Clinical Lead for organ donation and trauma at West Middlesex University Hospital. His specialist areas of interest include cardiac biomarkers, alcohol and drugs of abuse. He has many peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, including Mastering Emergency Medicine. He was previously the President of Emergency Medicine at the Royal Society of Medicine and on the Academic Board. He has given lectures nationally and internationally, which have been attended by politicians and policy makers, including from the House of Lords. Zul has spoken on BBC News, ITV, Sky News and Channel 5 News as well as Radio 4 and Radio 5 Live. He has just been awarded and is the sole recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award 2015 at Imperial College School of Medicine, which is the most prestigious award offered to NHS lecturers.


RSM events - The Royal Society of Medicine

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One of our consultants, Dr Zul Mirza, has won a sought after Teaching Excellence for NHS Teachers (2009/10) Award by Imperial College London.
He was presented with his award in a formal ceremony last November for the first-rate teaching he has offered to Imperial College London medical students during this academic year. Imperial College began these awards in 2003 to recognise the efforts of over 800 NHS staff in West London, who deliver the undergraduate course to medical students (some 70-80% of their curriculum). These teachers are valued immensely by Imperial, who recognise that teaching is a shared activity, delivered by the medical and nursing staff, pharmacists, therapists and many others employed in both hospitals and general practice. Zul has been teaching for a number of years at West Mid and most recently has been involved in teaching third year medical students, as well as final year medical students who speak highly of his 'power tutorials!' Zul was very happy with his award: "Prizes such as these spur you on to do even better.


CAP project introduced at West Mid - CLAHRC

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Dr Zul Mirza, consultant in Emergency Medicine at WMUH President of the Royal Society of Medicine Emergency Medicine Section introduced the project and Professor Derek Bell, a Consultant respiratory physician and the Director of the NIHR CLAHRC for Northwest London.
Dr Zul Mirza and Dr Bobby Mann, consultant respiratory physician, are working closely with Dr Essam Ramhamadany, Head of Research and Development to lead a multi professional team aiming to introduce this care bundle approach to patients with CAP.


BMA Cymru Wales Blog » alcohol

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Speakers included: myself; Dr Zul Mirza, President of the Emergency Medicine Section, Royal Society of Medicine; Simon O’Brien, Deputy Inspector of policing for Ireland; Professor Eileen [...]


www.windmilers.org.uk

Talk on Tuesday 10 January, 8:30pm at the Rugby club on alcohol and sports by Dr Zul Mirza.
Zul is A&E Consultant at West Middlesex University Hospital and past President of the Royal Society of Medicine. He's also an expert in CPR (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation) and has kindly offered to give us a demonstration of this too. Equally important - Zul's just taken up running and comes along to the Sunday social runs, which he really enjoys!


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