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Mukesh Singh

Mukesh Singh

I am a senior Partner at Horse Fair Practice, Rugeley, Staffordshire. I qualified in 1992 and since then worked at secondary care in various roles in different medical specialities till mid 2001 when moved to General Practice. I worked as a Clinical Assistant/GP with special interest in Respiratory Medicine at local Mid Staffs Hospital for over 9 years till 2012. I have been actively involved for over 20 years in research and management of Respiratory illnesses at secondary as well as primary care levels. I also have had 3 years experience of managing diverse respiratory diseases in a busy Respiratory Unit in India. I thoroughly enjoy my presentations of practice-based research on asthma and COPD at national and international conferences. I am actively involved with General practice teaching and training of GP registrars and Medical students. I joined CCG in 2013 as a clinical lead for Long Term Conditions and Respiratory services. Since then I have also been involved as a clinical lead for development and redesigning services for Unplanned admissions, Urgent care and Paediatrics. I have been a Governing body member since 2015. I am passionate about delivering a patient centred and multispecialty care in community. My main goals are: 1} to bring PCRS-UK closer to every single primary and community care health care professionals with responsibility of managing respiratory illnesses and 2} to bridge the gap in quality of respiratory care between well and poorly served areas of UK

A Less than 2% of gross annual income

B Between 2% and 10% of gross annual income

C Any payment between 10% and 20% of gross annual income

D Any payment over 20% of gross annual income

All interests declared are for the previous calendar year

Section 1: Paid Work / Personal Income

A. Employments (including partnerships)
I am an employee, paid director and / or partner of an organisation
Any NHS organisation (including GP practice): Band D
University: Band B

B. Other paid positions / work
I do receive personal income from the pharmaceutical industry or any healthcare related organisation(s)
Any NHS organisation (including GP practice): Band C
AZ: Band A
BI: Band A
Cheisi: Band A
Johnson & Johnson: Band A
Napp/Mundipharma: Band A
Pfizer: Band A
Teva: Band A
Pharmaceutical industry total (% income): Band B
Other not-for-profit healthcare organisation(s): Band B

C. Other income (e.g. shared dividends)
I do not receive any other income (e.g. share dividends from commercial healthcare or tobacco companies)

D. Other personal benefits
Do you receive any hospitality/travel grants from pharmaceutical companies to attend conferences/meetings? Yes
AZ, BI, Cheisi, Napp/Mundipharma, Pfizer, Teva

Section 2: Unpaid Work

A. Trusteeships / Directorships
I do not hold any trusteeships/directorships in any healthcare related organisation or tobacco manufacturer

B. Other unpaid / voluntary work
Do you hold any other significant positions that may create a conflicting interest to PCRS? No

Section 3: Shareholdings in Relevant Companies

I do not have any shareholdings in the tobacco industry or any pharmaceutical or other healthcare company

Section 4: Other non-personal interests

Does your practice, CCG or Department receive any fees/grants/benefits in kind worth £2500 or more from any commercial company? No

Section 5: Interest of spouses / long term partners and children

Does your spouse/long term partner or children have any relevant employments, paid work or significant unpaid work in any healthcare related organisation or the tobacco industry? No