Ben studied medicine in Cambridge and London and has completed his core surgical training in hospitals in the south east of England. Currently, he is working as a Urology Speciality Registrar at University College London Hospital and is an Honorary Clinical Research Fellow at the Centre for Patient Safety and Service Quality at Imperial College London.
Ben’s main research interest is multidisciplinary cancer teams, and he has written and presented work on decision making, non-technical skills, and leadership in MDTs. Other interests include bladder and prostate cancer, robotic surgery, enhanced recovery and quality in healthcare.
Alongside his research Ben enjoys teaching medical students, doctors and allied healthcare professionals on a wide range of topics from communication skills to MDT working to Urological Sciences.
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