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Queen's Hospital Burton
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Doctor Zaman is a consultant paediatrician with an interest in rheumatology and adolescent health at Queen's Hospital Burton. He has gained excellent experience around the West Midlands with an interest in rheumatology, an interest that blossomed at the Birmingham Children’s Hospital (a leading centre for this specialty).
As a new consultant he will provide excellent care to the local population in both his chosen speciality as well as in general paediatrics and neonates. He has knowledge of adolescent medicine and is keen to be involved in local transition and advocating for this patient population.
He has a keen interest in medical student education and was made SAT (senior academy teacher) at the Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust (2017-2018). Currently, at the University of Birmingham, he works as part of the medical student question writing group. He has always been involved in research and has posters and presentations, as well as published research. This has allowed him to present nationally and internationally.
He is particularly proud of his involvement in the training days provided for the West Midlands trainees. He also stated that he is extremely honoured to have organised the consultant training day for senior trainees that took place in July 2017 at the Birmingham Children’s Hospital, receiving great feedback.