Trainer of the Year 2018

Mr Anish Sanghrajka – NNUH

Mr Sanghrajka was awarded the award of Trainer of the Year 2018.  Below of some of the positive comments from trainees as to why he was deserving of the award.

  • Consistently put work into teaching sessions for trainees including the Paeds Ortho Course (which ran from 2016-17), the Paeds teaching days at NNUH and the Vivas in Norwich this year.
  • For his consistent commitment to teaching and training over a number of years
  • Helped with FRCS preparation, invited me to a teaching clinic even though I didn’t work in that hospital.
  • Has gone above and beyond to organise excellent FRCS preparation days for trainees. Also happy for trainees from the whole region to attend his teaching clinic
  • Dedication to the teaching curriculum and developing the registrar training program.
  • Always willing to teach and organised excellent regional paediatric teaching sessions as well as mock FRCS

Other nominees included:

  • Andrew Carrothers, Addenbrookes
  • Mr Saaj Kaleel, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust
  • Dennis Edwards, Addenbrookes Hospital
  • Joby George-Malal, Bedford
  • Yadu Shankapappa, Bedford
  • Mr Porteous, West Suffolk Hospital
  • Mr Johnston, Addenbrooke’s Hospital
  • Graham Myers, Ipswich
  • Mr Niel Kang, Addenbrooke’s Hospital
  • Mr Phillip Edge, Bedford Hospital
  • Mr Macdowell, Broomfield
  • Mr Loeffler, Colchester
  • Mr Paul Nicolai, West Suffolk Hospital
  • Mr Suresh, Colchester Hospital
  • Mr. Hartley, Peterborough
  • Chris Roberts, Ipswich Hospital
  • Nick Wardle, Colchester General Hospital
  • Craig Reston, Peterborough City Hospital
  • Ben Davis, Norwich
  • John Bradley, Colchester
  • Rupert Clifton, Peterborough City Hospital
  • Dennis Kosuge, Princess Royal Hospital

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