Dr Paras Doshi FRCPE (Edinburgh) FRCPSG (Glasgow) FRCPI (Ire) – Malaysia
Dr Paras Doshi is currently an Acute Medicine Physician based at General Hospital Kuala Lumpur. He graduated from International Islamic University Malaysia with the distinction of being the best overall academic scholar for his year. Dr Paras Doshi is active in the teaching and education arena for the undergraduate and postgraduate students. He has been actively involved in all PACES related activities all over Malaysia as well as the UK. He has also been appointed as a lecturer and as an Examiner for UPM (Universiti Pertanian Malaysia) and MAHSA final year medical students. He is a PACES examiner and is actively involved in all MRCP PACES related activities locally and in other international centers.
Dr Abdul Hadi Al-Hillawi M.B.B.S., M.D., F.R.C.P.,F.R.C.P Edin – UK
Dr Hadi Al-Hillawi qualified from the Middlesex Hospital, London and underwent postgraduate training in England,predominately in London and Oxford. He obtained his MD at the Brompton Hospital.He was a Consultant Physician in Buckinghamshire for 24 years before becoming a Medical Member(expert) in HM Courts and Tribunals Service. He was made a Censor of the Royal College of Physicians of London in 2009,and elected as Chair of MRCP(UK) Scenario Editorial Committee(SEC) in 2010. The SEC sets the History Taking & Communication and Ethics stations in MRCP PACES. He has been a PACES examiner since 2002 both in the UK and internationally. He is also a visiting Lecturer at the National University of Singapore, Division of Graduate Medical Studies for their PACES Preparatory Course.
Dr Arthur Dunk, MD, FRCP (Glasg & Lond) – UK
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.