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Dr Tina Davies

Consultant in Acute Medicine


BSc (Hons) MB ChB PhD Cert Med Ed FRCP

Special Interests:

Community Geriatrics and Medical Education


I trained at the University of Edinburgh and qualified as a doctor in 1994. I worked my house officer year at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and then started a Medical SHO rotation in South East Scotland. I gained my MRCP in 1998 and then took up a registrar post in Edinburgh. I was then appointed as a teaching and research fellow at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1999. I gained a Certificate in Medical Education and a PhD in Stroke in 2001 and 2006 respectively. I was appointed as an SpR in the North Western deanery and completed my CCT in Geriatric and General (Internal) Medicine in 2008 I was appointed as Locum Consultant for Continuing Care Assessment at Manchester Royal Infirmary and went on to gain a substantive post as a Consultant in Acute Medicine in May 2009. Since becoming a consultant I have set up the Clinical Handbook for Adults on the intranet website. I was appointed as Clinical Effectiveness Lead for the Directorate of Acute and Rehabilitation Medicine and Divisional Audit Lead in 2010. I hold an Honorary contract with Manchester Medical School.