Dr Emma Vaux

Senior censor and vice president (education and training)

Dr Emma Vaux is a consultant nephrologist and general physician at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and senior censor and vice president (education and training) at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP).

As a clinical associate, Emma leads the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges’ Quality Improvement: Training for Better Outcomes work on embedding quality improvement training into medical training, building on the RCP's Learning to Make a Difference programme which she led for 7 years. Emma also sits on the editorial board for the Future Healthcare Journal and QI4U, and is a Generation Q fellow and Q founding member with The Health Foundation.

After completing her medical degree at the University of London, Emma was awarded a research doctorate from Oxford University. She has completed a postgraduate certificate in teaching and learning in higher and professional education at the University of London, and currently leads an active clinical research programme.

Alongside her clinical work, Emma's other roles include specialty advisor with the Care Quality Commission, NCAS case investigator, NCAS lead assessor and clinical lead at the Oxford AHSN Patient Safety Collaborative Acute Kidney Injury workstream.

Projects I am involved with

Learning to Make a Difference (LTMD)