Committees of the Faculty

FPM Professional Standards Committee

The FPM Professional Standards Committee is responsible for Pain Medicine matters relating to the standards, good practice documentation, revalidation and events, policies relating to patient safety, competencies, clinical audit and doctors in difficulty.

Committee Members

  • Dr Paul Wilkinson (Chair)
  • Dr Rob Searle (Deputy Chair)
  • Dr John Hughes (Ex-officio: Dean)
  • Dr Lorraine de Gray (Ex-officio: Vice Dean)
  • Dr Ganesan Baranidharan
  • Dr Matthew Brown
  • Dr Suzanne Carty
  • Dr Sailesh Mishra
  • Dr Dev Srivastava
  • Dr James Taylor
  • Dr Anna Weiss
  • Dr Stuart Burgess (Co-optee: Lay Committee representative)
  • Dr Shyam Balasubramaniam (Co-optee: Educational Meeting Advisor)
  • Dr Manohar Sharma (Co-optee: Deputy Educational Meeting Advisor)
  • Dr Emma Baird (Co-optee: Acute Pain Representative)
  • Dr Cathy Price (Corresponding member)
  • Dr Cathy Stannard (Corresponding member)

 

FPM Training and Assessment Committee

The FPM Training and Assessment Committee is responsible for Pain Medicine matters relating to the curriculum, assessment tools, the logbook, e-learning, examinations, specialty area training, recruitment and selection, the EWTD and quality assurance.

Committee Members

  • Dr Lorraine de Gray (Chair)
  • Dr Victor Mendis (Vice-Chair)
  • Dr John Hughes (Ex-officio: Dean)
  • Dr Sheila Black
  • Dr Peter Cole
  • Dr Ashish Gulve
  • Dr Douglas Natusch
  • Dr William Rea
  • Dr Paul Rolfe
  • Dr HooKee Tsang
  • Dr Helen Laycock (Co-optee: Trainee Representative)
  • Dr Helen Makins (Co-optee: EPM UK)
  • Dr Nofil Mulla (Corresponding member: Examinations Tutorial Advisor)

 

Pain Consortium 

The Faculty meets quarterly with the leads of the British Pain Society and the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition, and the Clinical Lead for Pain of the Royal College of General Practitioners as a Consortium.  This group ensures harmonious working across the bodies and, where appropriate, responds collectively to issues of joint interest.

Logo of the Pain Consortium