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Dr Kambiz Boomla, MA, MSc, MRCP, FRCGP

Kambiz

Clinical Senior Lecturer

Email: k.boomla@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: 020 7882 2478

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Dr Kambiz Boomla has been a GP in Tower Hamlets since 1982. He is currently a clinical lead in the Clinical Effectiveness Group. This team promotes primary care development, through the use of locally tailored guidelines, audit, and practice based education. The group is also involved in post-graduate education and research related to the delivery of high quality care for patients with chronic disease.

He is heavily involved in the development of the extraction of data from GP clinical systems using new web based technologies. This information is used for service development, audit, and research.

  • Member, City & East London Local Medical Committee
  • Chair, NHS East London & the City IT committee

Summary

Research interests include the use of east London wide CEG data to explore the delivery of primary care. Examples include linking data from education sources and GP systems, and to test hypotheses around immunisation uptake and the effect of asthma on education, in collaboration with other researchers at Queen Mary.

Teaching

BMedSci Community Health Sciences, MSc Primary Care Clinical Effectiveness Module


Research

Research Interests:

Clinical Effectiveness in Primary Care

Publications

Mathur R, Badrick E, Boomla K, Bremner S, Hull S, Robson J. Prescribing in general practice for people with coronary heart disease; equity by age, sex, ethnic group and deprivation. Ethnicity & Health. 2011; 1-17 (iFirst)

Hull SA, Mathur R, Badrick E, Robson J, Boomla K. Recording ethnicity in primary care: assessing the methods and impact. Br J Gen Pract 2011;DOI: 10.3399/bjgp11X572544

Robson J, Boomla K, Hart B, Feder G. Estimating cardiovascular risk for primary prevention: outstanding questions for primary care. BMJ 2000;320:702-4

Boomla K, d’Ancona G. CEG Guidelines for Dyspepsia (2007).

 


View all Kambiz Boomla's Research Publications at: http://www.researchpublications.qmul.ac.uk

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