President, Royal College of Surgeons of England
Tim Mitchell studied medicine at Brasenose College, Oxford before training in otolaryngology in Oxford, London, Cambridge and Sydney. He was awarded the inaugural Graham Fraser Memorial Fellowship to work with Professor William Gibson in the field of cochlear implantation. He was appointed as Consultant Otolaryngologist in Southampton in 2000 and has a subspecialty interest in cochlear and other auditory implants with the University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service. He has been an RCS Regional Specialty Professional Advisor, member of Council and trustee of ENT UK, Vice Chair of the Clinical Reference Group for Specialised Ear Services and a member of the Specialist Advisory Committee for Otolaryngology. He has been an MRCS examiner since 2004 and was Chair of the Court of Examiners from 2014 to 2017. He was elected to Council in 2017. He is an honorary member of the Medical Women’s Federation. He was appointed Vice President in 2020 and President in 2023.
14-Nov-2023Theatre 1Opening Address
14-Nov-2023Theatre 1Breaking the cycle: Improving the wellbeing and training of the current and future workforce
14-Nov-2023Theatre 4: ASiT Innovation TheatreCan we learn lessons across the pond? Panel discussion
14-Nov-2023Theatre 1The circle of care: Looking after the mental health of the NHS workforce for improved patient outcomes
14-Nov-2023Theatre 1Chair's closing remarks