An evening with the multi-talented Dr Sharad Paul, international skin cancer specialist, poet, novelist, social entrepreneur

An evening with the multi-talented Dr Sharad Paul, international skin cancer specialist, poet, novelist, social entrepreneur

An opportunity to meet the multi-talented Dr Sharad Paul - international skin cancer specialist, poet, novelist, social entrepreneur.

Introduced by Sir Malcolm Grant, Chair of NHS England

Discussion and drinks reception kindly hosted by the New Zealand High Commission (6.30pm - 8.30pm)

 

Dr Sharad Paul, born in England, raised in rural India, currently working in Australia and New Zealand, has an international reputation as a thought leader in skin cancer treatment and patient-centred care. But he doesn’t stop there. Besides medical texts, he writes poetry to discuss melanoma (De Natura Melanoma), and addresses the evolution and politics of skin through his fiction and non-fiction works (Skin, A Biography and Dermocracy).

A frequent speaker at literary festivals including Auckland and Jaipur, we are delighted to catch him en route to the Dalkey Festival in Ireland where he will speak alongside Malcolm Gladwell, John Banville, Yanis Varoufakis, Bob Geldof and others. His new book, Rxevolution: Going on a Scientific Walkabout for Wellness, will be published by Simon & Schuster later this year.  

The recipient of numerous awards and described by TIME magazine as ‘Open Heart Surgeon’, Dr Paul is a senior academic at the universities of both Queensland and Auckland. His Auckland clinic has one of the largest programmes of skin cancer patients worldwide, with over 100,000 consultations and 35,000 operations since 1996. He carries out up to 7000 free skin checks a year. He is also a social entrepreneur, teaching creative writing to children in low decile schools and funding libraries and literacy programmes through his charity, the Baci Foundation.

Please note you will be required to present ID to gain entry to the High Commission.

 

Attend

Time & Date

Monday, 13 June 2016, 06:30 PM - Tuesday, 31 May 2016, 08:30 PM

Location

80 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4TQ

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Cost

£10.00 GBP