Visiting Research Fellow
MBChB MRCP MmedSci
Farhad is a clinical research fellow in the Social Science Applied to Healthcare Research Group (SAPPHIRE) at the University of Leicester and a Specialty Registrar in Gastroenterology & General Medicine at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS trust. He joins the University of Cambridge as a visiting researcher to continue his work on how healthcare organisations respond to serious incidents with Professor Mary Dixon-Woods.
After completing medical school at the University of Sheffield, Farhad joined the Academic Foundation Programme in the South Yorkshire deanery. He subsequently joined Health Education East Midlands as an Academic Clinical Fellow in Medical Education and a Core medical trainee. During this time, he also completed a Masters in Medical Education at the University of Nottingham. He then returned to full time clinical training as a Specialty Registrar in Gastroenterology & General Internal Medicine.
He is currently undertaking a PhD in the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Leicester investigating how action plans following root cause analysis of serious incidents in healthcare can be made more robust. This project is funded by the Health Foundation and is supervised by Professor Mary Dixon Woods, Professor Justin Waring, Professor Graham Martin and Professor Sue Carr.
Patient Safety, Improvement science, Simulation based medical education, Barrett’s Oesophagus
Peerally MF et al. (2016) 566 BRIDE (Barrett’s Randomised Intervention for Dysplasia by Endoscopy) -Results of a Feasibility Study Comparing Argon Plasma Coagulation (APC) With Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) After Endoscopic Resection of Patients With High Grade Dysplasia or T1 Adenocarcinoma in Barrett’s Esophagus. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Volume 83 , Issue 5 , AB151
Aziz I, Peerally MF, Barnes JH, Kandasamy V, Whiteley JC, Partridge D, Vergani P, Cross SS, Green PH, Sanders DS. The clinical and phenotypical assessment of seronegative villous atrophy; a prospective UK centre experience evaluating 200 adult cases over a 15-year period (2000–2015).Gut. 2016 Sep 7:gutjnl-2016
Peerally MF, Carr S, Waring J, Dixon-Woods M. The problem with root cause analysis. BMJ Qual Saf.2016 Jun 23. pii: bmjqs-2016-005511. doi: 10.1136/bmjqs-2016-005511. [Epub ahead of print]
Peerally MF, Carr S.Longitudinal patient safety education as a means to promote organizational learning in different resource settings. Med Teach. 2016 May;38(5):532. doi: 10.3109/0142159X.2016.1149556.
Peerally, M.F., and Carr.S. (2014) Opportunities in postgraduate medical education via clinical academic training.British journal of hospital medicine3 C34-7.
Peerally, M. F., Fores, M., Powell, R., Durbridge, M., & Carr, S. (2014). 0192 Implementing Themes from Serious Incidents Into Simulation Training For Junior Doctors.BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 1(Suppl 1), A22-A22.
Kurien, M., Hopper, A. D., Barker, J., Peerally, M. F., Fielding, J., & Sanders, D. S. (2013). Is research declining amongst gastroenterology trainees in the United Kingdom? Clinical Medicine, 13(1), 118-119.
Peerally MF. (2007) Letter: The real elephant in the room.BMJ 335: 684
Aziz I, Evans KE, Lewis NR, Peerally MF, Imran M, Whiteley J, Sanders DS. (2011) The largest systematic and prospective evaluation of seronegative villous atrophy.GUT.