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Dr Umesh Dashora

Consultant Endocrinologist and Diabetologist

MBBS, MD, MRCP, FRCP (Lon), FRCP (Edin), CCT (Diabetes/ Endocrinology/ General Internal Medicine), MA, MD

General Medical Council Number: 5198041

I have been a Specialist Physician from 1985, a specialist Endocrinologist and Diabetologist from 1993 and a consultant Endocrinologist and Diabetologist in the UK from 2006.

I have diverse and extensive experience of working in India, Oman and now in the UK.

 

Clinic Times

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Umesh Dashora include:

Endocrinology and diabetes

Additional information

CCT (Endocrinology, Diabetes and General Medicine) / Royal College of Physicians of the UK / 2006
Certificate of Completion of Training
CCT is a degree which is given after 5 years of training in Endocrinology and Diabetes

Professional memberships
Member, Fellow and regional Adviser of Royal College of Physicians of London and Edinburgh.

Executive member of the Association of British Clinical Diabetologist.

Executive member of the Joint British Diabetes Societies for Inpatients.

Executive member of the Southern Regional Council and Consultant Committee of British Medical Association.

Member of Diabetes UK.

Chair of Southern zone British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin.

Professional leadership
I am the deputy chief of medicine at Conquest Hospital.
Regional adviser for both Royal Colleges of Physicians (London and Edinburgh).
Deputy sub dean for Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
I also represent consultants in consultant committee of BMA.
I chair south chapter of British Association of Physicians of India Origin.
I am a senior Lecturer at Brighton Medical School.

I am the news editor for the British Journal Of Diabetes and regularly contribute to the news section.

Articles
My latest publication is: Dashora, Umesh, et al. “”The best hypoglycaemia avoidance initiative in the UK.”” British Journal of Diabetes 17.2 (2017): 74-77. More publications can be found on google by searching by my name.

Media Coverage
Diabetes prescription chart recognised in a national competition
27/11/2014″

My NHS roles are Consultant (Endocrinology and Diabetes); Deputy Chief, Medicine and Career Lead, ESH; Deputy- sub dean and Honorary Clinical Reader, Brighton and Sussex Medical School; Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, King’s College, London; Regional Adviser, Royal College of Physicians of London and Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh; Meeting Secretary, Association of British Clinical Diabetologists and Executive Joint British Diabetes Societies for inpatients.

In these roles I have had the opportunity to lead on many national guidelines and workstreams to standardise care of people with diabetes and endocrine problems.

I have enjoyed an extensive and diverse experience of growing up, training and learning in India, Oman and in the various parts of UK including Newcastle, Sunderland, Southampton and now Hastings.

I regularly play badminton and swim to keep fit. I also enjoy public speaking.

I am very lucky to have an understanding wife and bright children who have quickly grown up.

Private secretary: Mrs Balabavani Dashora

Private secretary telephone: 07817371053

Private secretary email: b.dashora@yahoo.co.uk

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