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Rajan Patel

BMBCh MA(Oxon) MSc

Academic Clinical Fellow

I graduated from medical school at the University of Oxford (Worcester College) in 2016. After choosing a career in General Practice, I joined the department as an Academic Clinical Fellow in 2020. I have an interest in digital health innovations, and their integration into clinical care pathways. I work within the digital health and long-term conditions research team, supervised by Professor Andrew Farmer. I am currently involved in ongoing research evaluating the role of remote vital sign monitoring in 'virtual ward' or 'hospital-at-home' settings.  

In my clinical role, I am a GPST4 based in Didcot, Oxfordshire. I also have an interest in education, having completed a masters degree in Clinical Education at the University of Edinburgh in 2021. I am currently a tutor in clinical medicine at Worcester College, and intend to pursue a career role in the training of future GPs.