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Medical Award 2015
BRITISH INTERNATIONAL DOCTORS ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL CHAIR, BIDA
PGc Medical Education-2009
MSc (Medical leadership)-2013
BIDA (British international Doctor's Association) National Chair- Youngest Chair at age of 39.
BMA GPC member since 2012-
RCGP Council Observer .
Stoke -On-Trent CCG Clinical Director for Transforming Community Services & Primary Care
Staffordshire 111 Clinical lead.
CQC GP Professional Advisor.
BMA West Midlands Regional Council Deputy Chair.
BMA Community Committee Deputy Chair.
Dr.Chandra Kanneganti is a 40 year old who came to U.K. in 2002.
Within short span of time, he has achieved major roles in various national doctor's organisations.
He tweets in twitter and regularly writes for BIDA journal as BIDA National Chair.
He has published few articles for Pulse magazine in areas of General practice and number of articles for BIDA journal.
He is invited to speak in many national meetings highlighting Internal Doctor's issues.
He has worked with RCGP, BAPIO to resolve number of issues faced by international GP trainee's.
Dr.Chandra Kanneganti is involved number of activities trying to develop primary care in india.
He is a mentor to number of doctor's in UK who are from Indian Subcontinent helping them in various issues including career development, leadership roles and employment issues.
He plays badminton, Table Tennis and Cricket and through BIDA organisation he has arranged national Badminton/TT tournament for international doctors recently.
In the media:
Named as Rising Star by Pulse GP Magazine August 2014 with below info-
Praised by colleagues for his ‘strong approach to GP issues,’ Dr Chandra Kanneganti is something of a prodigy.
At just 39, he is the youngest doctor to be elected as chair of the British International Doctors Association.
As an observer on the RCGP Council, he was instrumental in ensuring the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin and BIDA worked closely again with the college following the MRCGP exam row.
Appeared in number of National, local TV /Press including BBC, Observer etc in Internaltional Doctor's News.