Mr Roger Slater. MBChB, BSc
Consultant in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care, Telford Hospital NHS Trust
Mr Slater qualified (MB ChB) from Manchester Medical School in 1979 having obtained a degree in medical science from St Andrews University in Scotland in 1976.
He became a member of the Royal College of Physicians (UK) in 1982. In 1984 Mr Slater became a fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists. He became a fellow of the newly formed Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine in 2011.
Mr Slater has been a consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care since 1989 (University Hospital, Nottingham 1989-1992, Manchester Royal Infirmary 1993- 2013. Princess Royal Hospital, Telford, July 2013 onwards).
He served 5 years as Clinical Director of Anaesthesia and Operating Theatres and 3 years as Associate Head of Division of Clinical Scientific Services, incorporating anaesthesia, critical care, radiology and pathology.
His critical care experience results from 23 years of clinical work in intensive care and high dependency.
His anaesthetic experience has been across all major specialties in two large university hospital departments.
Mr Slater is an honorary lecturer with the University of Manchester. He mentor medical students and undertake teaching activities.
Mr Slater has published scientific papers on the subjects of anaesthesia, sedation and intensive care.