Dr Andrew Baranowski - London

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Dr Andrew Baranowski - London

Postby Mod4 » Mon Sep 06, 2010 4:18 pm

Here are some contacts to see Dr Baranowski in London.

Further Contact details:
Dr Andrew Baranowski
The Pain Management Centre
National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery,
Queen Square, London, WC1N 3BG

Secretary: Jean Meikle
Email: jean.meikle@uclh.nhs.uk
Phone: 0845 155 5000 x 723987
Fax: 020 7419 1714

Private Practice information:
The Pain Mangement Centre,
30 Devonshire Street
London W1G 6PU
Tel. 0207 908 3683
Fax 0207 908 3763

Secretary Nadene - apbpa@btopenworld.com

How to refer to this consultants clinical service/s specialties:
By letter to the Pain Management Centre. In general, for the specialist clinics that I run, most patients have been seen by other speciality consultants in the past.

Personal Information:
Professional Biography / Training:

I qualified from Guy’s Hospital London in 1984 with a MB BS and Bsc Hons. Since 1985 I have had a clinical interest in Pain Medicine and as a result of that early interest in Pain Medicine, I have been able to accumulate considerable experience over the years which resulted in my obtaining an MD in 1993. My FRCA was obtained in 1988.

I am the Immediate Past President of the Pain of Urogenital Origin (PUGO), a Specialist Interest Group of The International Association for the Study of Pain. I now chair their taxonomy group. I am a member of the Section for Anaesthesia Council of the Royal Society of Medicine and as well as organising their pain meetings, lead their Steering Group for the Setting up of a Pain Subsection. I am a Royal College for Anaesthetists Regional Advisor for Pain Medicine.

Evidenced based pain medicine guidelines are important and I contribute in this area as a member of the European Association for Urology working group on Chronic Pelvic Pain. Also as a member of the European Association for the Study of Bladder Pain Syndrome / IC Group and have been a member of International Continence Society Pelvic Pain Group. I have contributed to a number of National Institutes of Health (NIH) meetings and working groups.

Joined UCLH: 1994

Personal Interests: Cycling and keeping fit, music and wine, theatre and the opera, as well as travel.
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