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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 Hospital.

Emma has a research doctorate from Oxford University (2001). She has a postgraduate certificate in education. She is a Health Foundation Generation Q Fellow and founding Q member.

She is an MRCP(UK) examiner and also co-chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) Joint Academy Training Forum.

She is Clinical Lead (renal) for the Berkshire West Integrated Care Partnership, leading the transformation of outpatient practice. She is a specialty advisor with the Care Quality Commission and an NHS resolution case investigator and clinical assessor. She is on the Editorial Board for the Future Healthcare Journal. She leads an active clinical research programme.

Her recent roles include AoMRC clinical associate leading on quality improvement (QI) development and associate medical director of the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board. She has been clinical director of acute medicine, and QI, at her own Trust.

*Emma is also a Royal College of Physicians trustee.

Projects I am involved with

Learning to Make a Difference (LTMD)