Dr James Calvert
Dr Calvert qualified in Medicine from Oxford University in 1992. He studied Public Health as a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard University before completing his PhD in Asthma Epidemiology in South Africa and London.
He has been a Consultant in Bristol since 2006. He was Lead Clinician for Respiratory Medicine between 2008 and 2018. He is now Deputy Medical Director with responsibility for Clinical Governance. He has worked with colleagues in the South West and at NHS England to improve access to integrated services for respiratory patients. He has Chaired the British Thoracic Society (BTS) Professional & Organisational Standards Committee and has been the BTS National Audit Lead. He has a longstanding interest in quality improvement in health care and has worked with the BTS, NHS Improving Value, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and the University of Bristol in this field.
He has a clinical interest in all aspects of Respiratory Medicine with a particular focus on Asthma, COPD and lung infection. He is currently the lead clinician for the National Asthma Audit at the RCP
|Name:||Dr James Calvert|
|Qualifications:||BM BCh (Oxford), PhD (University of London), MPH (Harvard University)|
|Clinical Research Interests:||Patient Safety, Airways Disease|
|Appointments NHS:||Consultant Physician, North Bristol NHS Trust|
|University Posts:||Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol|
|Membership of National Professional Societies:||British Thoracic Society, European Respiratory Society, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians|
|Medico Legal Reports:||Areas of interest include occupational lung injuries and all aspects of respiratory medicine|