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Dr Ian Yellowlees BA MB ChB FRCA MPhil MICR FFPMRCA M +44 (0) 7884 184464 F +44 (0) 870 762 5185 Full CPD programme in Pain Management topics Full-time specialist training rotation in pain management Engineering degree course specialising in electronics Membership of societies Member of North British Pain Society Member of International Association for the Study of Pain Key experience in pain medicine at consultant level Appointed as Consultant Anaesthetist at Borders General Hospital, Melrose Established and led a new multidisciplinary Pain Management Service at the BGH. This service became nationally recognised as a centre of excellence and received – visitors from all over the UK. Established and led a new service for the management of acute and chronic back pain in the Borders. This service also became nationally recognised as an example for successful implementation of national guidelines (Clinical Appointed as Consultant in Pain Management, Northumberland Healthcare Established new primary care based pain service for West Northumberland. Consultant in Pain Management and Anaesthetics, Honorary Consultant in Pain Management, Borders General Hospital Director and Medical Consultant, Quantics Consulting Limited Director and Lead Consultant, The Pain Consultancy Locum Consultant in Pain Management, Lothian Chronic Pain Service (NHS) Consultant in Pain Management, Northumberland Healthcare NHS Trust • Invited lecture to NBPA meeting, (2006, Autumn 2008) • Numerous lectures to GPs and other medical and para-medical staff on pain issues. • Invited lecture for ethics special interest group of the British Pain Society (2005, 2007) • Advocates Personal Injury Law Group (2003, 2007) • Local groups of the Personal Injury Bar Association (PIBA) (2006, 2007) and to the PIBA • Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (2003, 2006, 2007, 2008) • Invited lecture to Hardwicke Buildings (Lincoln’s Inn), and CPD update meetings at 9 Gough Square (2007, 2008, 2009) and Lamport Bassitt (2009) • Invited lecture to Insurance Conference, Maidstone (2008), and solicitors’ CPD update meetings in Bristol, Leeds and Birmingham (2008, 2009) • Lecture to Professional Negligence Bar Association (PNBA) national conference, Oxford Medico-legal work I developed a multidisciplinary examination protocol and report for use in higher value medico-legal cases, based on the assessments and tests used as standard within multidisciplinary NHS pain services. As a team we have now written >100 such reports, for defenders and claimants, and as joint experts. For full details see Trained in expert witness work. Sweet and Maxwell checked Expert Witness. • Participant in an international multicentre trial of Gabapentin for post-herpetic neuralgia • Participant in an international multicentre trial of Pre-Gabalin for post-herpetic neuralgia • Use of steroids for acute sciatic pain (local research committee approved) • Chief Scientist Office funded research: • “A feasibility study for the evaluation of the impact of the implementation of evidence- based guidelines for back pain management in the Borders” • Needs assessment for specialist cancer pain services in the Borders • Use of Scottish Morbidity Record for case mix matching audit results • Development of database system for Lothian Region to audit Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network guidelines on cancer pain management • Work with Quantics Consulting Limited on the analysis of: • Scottish Audit of Surgical Mortality • Pharmacy contract restructuring project for the Scottish Executive Health Department • Clinical trial design for management of cancer breakthrough pain • Development of web-based pain audit system for UK-wide use in NHS pain clinics



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