Simon Noah Etkind, MB BChir BA MRCP DTMH
Cicely Saunders International / The Atlantic Philanthropies Clinical PhD Training Fellow
Phone: 0207 848 5638
Address: King’s College London
Cicely Saunders Institute
Department of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation
Denmark Hill, SE5 9PJ
Implementation of outcome measures in palliative care.
Identifying and supporting deteriorating patients with uncertain recovery
The role of uncertainty in patients’ experience of life limiting illness Care of older people with non-cancer diagnoses
I qualified from the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine with a distinction in 2009. In 2006 I undertook an intercalated BA in Neuroscience. Since 2009 I have worked as a junior doctor in London, Sussex & Kent & am a Member of the Royal College of Physicians. I studied at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 2012 and gained a Diploma in Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with distinction. From 2012 – 2015 I worked as an Academic Clinical Fellow in palliative care where he combined 75% clinical time with 25% protected research time at King’s College London. I am now undertaking higher clinical training to become a palliative care specialist.In February 2016 I returned to the Cicely Saunders Institute as a clinical PhD fellow, taking part in the IARE (International Access, Rights, and Empowerment) II project. This project, funded by Atlantic Philanthropies and Cicely Saunders International, will consider how older people with non-cancer diagnoses access palliative care.
- Etkind S, Karno J, Edmonds PM, et al. Supporting patients with uncertain recovery: The use of the AMBER care bundle in an acute hospital. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2014.
- Etkind SN, Daveson BA, Kwok W, et al. Capture, Transfer, and Feedback of Patient-Centered Outcomes Data in Palliative Care Populations: Does It Make a Difference? A Systematic Review. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2014 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2014.07.010*
- Etkind S. Terminal Sedation: An emotional decision in end of life care. (2011) J Med Ethics doi:10.1136/medethics-2011-100213
MBBS teaching: Teaching of 3rd and 5th year medical students in general medicine.