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Dr Aneka Popat

General Medical Council
Senior Clinical Fellow 2023/24

Aneka graduated from St George’s, University of London having undertaken an intercalated degree at King’s College, London. Having completed her Foundation Training in South Thames foundation school where she was awarded a Merit Award from the deanery for her regional leadership, she went on to undertake Core Medical Training in West Sussex. Here, she was appointed Wellbeing Lead in the trust’s COVID Workforce Committee and was awarded a Junior Doctor Excellence Award by the Trust for her work in this role. Aneka has previously worked as a Clinical Teaching Fellow and Honorary Lecturer at St George’s, University of London and undertook the FMLM National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme in 2021/22. Currently, Aneka is an ST3 in Occupational Medicine at London North West University Hospitals NHS Trust and is completing the FMLM Senior Clinical Fellow Scheme at the General Medical Council.

Reason for applying for the scheme

Alongside higher specialty training in Occupational Medicine, Aneka is undertaking the Senior Clinical Fellow Scheme at the General Medical Council to build on some of the skills and experiences she gained on the National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme in 2021/22. She endeavours to pursue a career in occupational medicine, utilising her clinical experience in the NHS to influence broader health and wellbeing policy. Both ambitions are grounded in building strong interpersonal relationships and of course, exceptional leadership. Over the forthcoming year, she hopes to work with a variety of teams across the regulator to provide a clinical voice to policy implementation and work with colleagues on reactive work in response to arising developments in health and social care. Aneka is passionate about values-based leadership and hopes to develop as a compassionate leader, to meet the challenges of tomorrow’s health service.

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