Dorothy Kamya
 


Dr Dorothy Kamya

Senior Instructor, Department of Anaesthesiology
 
Email: kamya.dorothy@aku.edu
Tel: 254 20 3660 00 Ext: 2157
Fax: 254 20 3743 935
 Full-Time
 
Qualifications
MSc Medical Education, Cardiff University, London, 2009
Instructor on ​Advanced Trauma Life Support Course, AKUH Nairobi, Kenya, 2006
Advanced Life Support Provider (Resuscitation Council UK) Royal Brompton, London, 2005
FRCA, London, 2003
Advanced Trauma Life Support, Broomfield Hospital, London, 2001
MRCP Part 1, London, 1999
MBBS, University College and Middlesex Schools of Medicine, London, UK, 1996
Bachelor of Science (Joint Hons), Physiology and Pharmacology London, 1991

Research Interests
Use of protocols in care of critically ill patients
Medical education processes

Academic Specialisation
Oral and Maxillofacia
Paediatric Dental, ENT, Urology and Trauma
Trauma and Orthopaedics
Major General Surgical
Cardiac and Thoracic Anaesthesia
Critical Care
Obstetrics
Imaging
General Medicine

Professional Experience
2008-to date:Consultant Anaesthetist and Senior InstructorMarch 2008- November 2008:Consultant Anaesthetist (Locum), University College London Hospitals Foundation Trust
August 2007-March 2008:Education Fellow, Anaesthesia at University College Hospitals NHS Trust
March 2007-August 2007:Anaesthesia Specialist Registrar, University College London NHS Trust
October 2005-March 2007:Anaesthesia Training Program Coordinator, Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya
Dec 2004-July 2005:Senior Specialist Registrar Year 5 Cardiac and Thoracic Anaesthesia, Royal Brompton and Harefield Nhs Trust
March 2004-Sept 2004:Specialist Registrar Year 4, Barnet and Chase Farm NHS Trust
September 2003 - March 2004:Specialist Registrar Year 3, ITU Royal Free Hospital, Intensive Care Medicine Step 1 Module
December 2002-September 2003:Specialist Registrar Year 2, Anaesthetics UCL/ Middlesex Hospitals
December 2001-December 2002:Specialist Registrar Year 1, Anaesthetics Barnet General Hospital
December 1999- December 2001: SHO Rotation (24 months), Central School of Anaesthesia, London
Aug 1999-Oct 1999:SHO, HIV Medicine Lewisham Hospital
Aug 1998-Aug 1999:SHO, General Medicine Chase Farm Hospital
Feb 1998-Aug 1998:SHO, Accident &Emergency Lewisham Hospital
Feb 1997-Aug 1997:PRHO General MedicineAug 1996-Feb 1997:PRHO General Surgery, Chase Farm Hospital

Professional Associations
Medical Practitioners and Dentists’ Board, (Kenya)
Medical Protection Society Reg. No 253838 (Indemnity)
Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) Member
World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesia (WFSA)
General Medical Council (UK), No: 4306872.

Awards
Top Teacher Award University College Hospitals NHS Trust, London 2008
Elective Bursary Prize 1995

 
 
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