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Dr Rasha Al-Qurainy

MD, MSc, FRCP

Consultant in Symptom Control and Palliative Medicine

Sub-Specialties
  • Pain management
Fixed Price Packages

About

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    Dr Rasha Al-Qurainy is a Consultant in Symptom Control and Palliative Medicine. Her NHS base is University College Hospital where she is part of the inpatient team, managing patients with complex cancer pain as well as other symptoms encountered in cancer and non cancer diagnoses. She undertook post graduate medical training in North London, with her specialist registrar training at centres including the Royal Free Hospital and Barts NHS Trust.

    She was awarded her postgraduate degree from King’s College, London in 2010 and completed specialist training to become a consultant in 2012. She was awarded Fellowship status by the Royal College of Physicians London in 2016. She is Clinical Governance Consultant Lead for her NHS department and also holds a position in Health Education England, as North Central and East London Specialist Training Committee Sector Lead for Specialist Palliative Medicine. She is an accredited BMA negotiator and sits on the Trust’s BMA Local Negotiating Committee.

    She has numerous publications including clinical reviews in the BMJ and involvement in PANG national guideline revisions.

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    • Pain management
    • Symptom Control
  • Professional bodies icon plus

    FRCP (London), GMC

Practice locations

NHS base

University College London Hospital (UCLH)

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