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- Senior Clinical Lecturer
- Research Department of General Surgery
- Div of Surgery & Interventional Sci
- Faculty of Medical Sciences
Member of the Department of Health’s Innovation Council
Lord Darzi’s Health Innovation Council aims to act as an overarching guardian for innovation from discovery through to adoption, and will hold the Department of Health and the NHS to account for helping to overcome barriers and taking up innovation. The council’s work is closely linked to the work of primary care trusts and practice based commissioners in implementing the NHS Next Stage Review.
Organizer – National Joint Register (NJR) for Ankle Replacements
I was responsible for the development and coordination of a national joint register for ankle replacements. Having been involved at all stages from concept and planning through to data capture and development of data sets, protocols and assessment tools, my task involved close liaison with the scientific committee of BOFAS, the Department of Health, HQiP, Northgate, and the NJR. This is the UK’s first National Joint Register for Ankle Replacements, and the world’s largest national database on ankle replacements.
Non Executive Director – Royal Society of Medicine Press Ltd
This is the commercial publishing arm of the Royal Society of Medicine. RSM Press publishes a wealth of books and journals for the medical professional and professionals working in related fields. Recent developments include the launch of examdoctor, a fully interactive, authoritative medical revision website which was developed from standing start and then sold to Hodder in 2010. www.examdoctor.co.uk
Member of the Health Industries Task Force (HITF) – 2004
The Healthcare Industries Task Force (HITF) was a joint government-healthcare industry initiative that brought together government and industry leaders to identify steps to develop and strengthen performance of the UK healthcare industry and maximize the benefit to patients from healthcare products. I was invited to join this in 2004, by the then Parliamentary under Secretary of State for Health, Lord Warner. http://www.abhi.org.uk/multimedia/downloads/2007/HITF.pdf
Co-Founder – Medical Futures
The Medical Futures Innovation Awards encourage, support and reward innovation from front line healthcare professionals. The Awards collaborate with several of the medical Royal Colleges, the Medical Research Council and the Department of Health. Each year, hundreds of doctors pitch their ideas to a peer review panel of experts and the winners are profiled at a prestigious Awards ceremony in front of 800 key influencers in business and medicine. Applicants with ideas at concept stage are assisted to raise proof of concept funds from the Department of Health. Those with later stages ideas are introduced to investors. To date, over £100m has been raised by past winners through commercial investment or trade sales and several have gone on to become successful products and services that are now benefiting patients. This initiative began from a standing start and is now regarded as Europe’s largest showcase of early stage healthcare innovation. Medical Futures have over 100 thought leading experts sitting as Judges. Over 5000 clinicians have participated in educational events or as applicants for Awards.
Mr Goldberg is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon working at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, in Stanmore, UK, whose main research interests are in translational research that has an obvious and tangible benefit to patient care. He is involved in a number of projects across the translational spectrum from basic science through to clinical trials and health services research especially where a regenerative approach is necessary. His MD Thesis was on the subject of cell-based cartilage repair and was Awarded by the University of London. Mr Goldberg is also a member of the Health Innovation Council, at the UK Department of Health.
Mr Goldberg is a lead on a Master's course for orthopaedic surgeons, entitled the UCL MSc in Trauma & Orthopaedics. This is a pioneering project linked to the North East Thames Deanery Orthopaedic Training Programme, centred around the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore. He is also module leader for the MSc in Musculoskeletal Science, and the iBSc in Orthopaedic Science at UCL and Series Editor of the Clinical Talk Series and co-author on the best selling textbook, Surgical Talk.
|01-APR-2010||Clinical Senior Lecturer in Trauma & Orthopaedics||Institute of Orthopaedics & Musculoskeletal Science||UCL, United Kingdom|
|01-APR-2010||Honorary Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon||Foot & Ankle Surgery||The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, United Kingdom|
|25-JUL-2009 – 31-MAR-2010||Consultant in Trauma & Orthopaedics||Department of Orthopaedics||Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust, United Kingdom|
|01-MAR-2008 – 24-JUL-2009||Senior Clinical Fellow||Foot & Ankle Surgery||Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford, United Kingdom|
|2006||MD||Doctor of Medicine||University of London|
|2006||FRCS||Fellow Of The Royal College Of Surgeons||Royal College of Surgeons of England|
|1994||MBBS||Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery||University College London/Imperial College|