Shady Hosny gained his medical degree from University College London in 2005 and is currently at Imperial College London undertaking a PhD in Economic and Clinical Implications of Modern Training Paradigms for General Surgery.
This is an out of programme experience from his national training number in General Surgery. He is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons.
Mr Hosny has research interests in surgical training and outcomes, simulation in healthcare, assessment and health policy.
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