Dr Adrian Jennings is a consultant physician (diabetes and endocrinology) at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
Adrian acted as a regional adviser for the RCP for 10 years and was an RCP censor and an elected councillor from 2015–18. As a physician taking part in the acute take for more than 20 years, Adrian played a leading role locally in developing specialist services and acute services. He has held several managerial roles including clinical director for medicine. He now works part time for the trust.
Adrian has been closely involved in education and training both in King’s Lynn and at a regional level. He worked as an associate postgraduate dean for 5 years, introducing foundation training in the region. He led the introduction of the first fully funded deanery-wide preparation for professional practice programme for foundation trainees in the UK. He chaired the Regional Diabetes and Endocrinology Training Committee for 8 years.
He acted as a regional adviser for the RCP for 10 years and was an RCP censor and an elected councillor from 2015–18. He devised the RCP quincentennial lecturer scheme for trainees, which became the Turner-Warwick lecturer scheme. He is currently director of CPD for the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK.