Dr Arthur Dunk is a UK graduate ( Glasgow, 1978), and works as a consultant physician with special interest in Gastroenterology and Hepatology in East Sussex, UK. He is a qualified educational supervisor for young doctors in training, both pre and post their MRCP(UK) examinations. He has vast experience of the MRCP(UK) examinations. He has been an examiner since 1991 and examines frequently both in the UK and at overseas centres. He is often Chair of Examiners when examining. He is part of the MRCP(UK) scenario writing group and helps write and edit scenarios for stations 2 and 4 of PACES.”
Dr Jacqueline Taylor MB ChB FRCP – UK
Dr Taylor is a Consultant Physician in Medicine for the Elderly and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. She is a graduate of Glasgow University, and trained in the West of Scotland accrediting in both Geriatric Medicine and General Internal Medicine. She is an experienced PACES examiner, both in the United Kingdom and internationally, and regularly hosts the exam. Dr Taylor is actively involved in preparing candidates for PACES. Current non clinical responsibilities include Vice President Medical of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, responsible for medical education, training and continuing professional development, Chair of the Cardiovascular Section of the British Geriatrics Society and member of the Board of the British Society for Heart Failure.
PROESSOR CHARLES TWORT MA, MD, FRCP, FRCPE
Charles Twort is Professor of Medical Education at King’s College School of Medicine, and Consultant Physician at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London. Between 2010 – 2016 he has chaired the Specialty Question Groups for the MRCP(UK) written exams, and has been a member of the Part 1 and Part 2 Exam Boards. He is a PACES examiner, and member of the station 5 vetting group.
Dr. VINOD KUMAR KESAVAN, MD, IDCCM, FCCP, EDIC, MRCP(UK)
He has completed basic medical degree from Government Medical College, Trivandrum, in the year 1994 and Post Graduate training in Anesthesiology and Respiratory Medicine in 1996 and 1999 respectively from the same institute. . He was awarded MRCP (UK) and later, European Diploma in Intensive Care Medicine (EDIC). He has also passed Specialty Certificate Examination in Respiratory Medicine conducted by the Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom, and the British Thoracic Society. He is currently working as Consultant, Dept. of Respiratory Medicine and Critical Care, KIMS, Trivandrum, India.
Dr. Hala Abuzeid Ahmed Abuzeid. MD, FACP, FRCP (Lond,Glasg, Edin), DTM&H, MSc. CCST
Dr. Hala is currently working as Consultant in Critical care medicine in UAE. She completed her MBBS in 1996 and Diploma in Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, from Royal College of Physicians, London, in 1998 and MSc in Infection & Health in the Tropics and Diploma in Tropical Medicine (DTM&H), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She obtained her MRCP (UK) in 2000, FRCP (London) in 2008, FRCP (Glasgow) in 2010, FRCP (Edinburgh) in 2011 and FACP (USA) in 2014. She is a current PACES examiner and is actively involved in MRCP PACES related activities in UAE and in other international centers.
Dr. Parthipan Pillai
Dr. Parthipan Pillai is a Respiratory Physician and Clinical Director of Respirator Medicine at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital, UK. He has a special interest in medical education and assessment, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. He was an undergraduate Sub-Dean/Tutor for University College London Medical School for 6 years.
He has been an MRCP PACES examiner for many years, in the UK and overseas centres, and has conducted the role of Chair Examiner at both. He also hosts double cycle MRCP PACES examination twice a year.
He currently undertakes formal roles for the RCPE as a mentor for registrars and new consultants, member of station 5 vetting group, the RCPE Eastern Region Adviser and Deputy Director of Assessment.