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Internist , writer

Roger Anthony Fisken, British internist, writer. Recipient Training, Research fellowship, Medical research Council, Oxford, United Kingdom, 1970, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 1978. Fellow Royal Society Medicine (Asher prize 1995), Royal College Physicians.

Background

Fisken, Roger Anthony was born on July 15, 1949 in Bradford, United Kingdom. Son of Joel and Jessie Stephenson (MacGregor) Fisken.

Education

Bachelor, University Oxford, United Kingdom, 1970. Master of Arts, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy, 1975.

BChir, University Birmingham, 1975.

Career

House surgeon, George Eliot Hospital, Nuneaton, 1975; house physician, Worcester Royal Infirmary, 1976; senior house officer, East Birmingham Hospital, 1976-1978; research fellow, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, 1978-1981; medical registrar, Hackney Hospital, London, 1982; medical registrar, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1983; senior medical registrar, Royal Liverpool Hospital, 1983-1991; consultant physician, Friarage Hospital, Northallerton, since 1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: House Physician's Survival Guide, 1994.

Membership

Fellow Royal Society Medicine (Asher prize 1995), Royal College Physicians.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: mathematics, philosophy.

Connections

Married Jennifer Mary Street Fisken, July 10, 1971. Children: Eleanor, Timothy, Rachel.

father:
Joel Fisken

mother:
Jessie Stephenson (MacGregor) Fisken

spouse:
Jennifer Mary Street Fisken

children:
Rachel Fisken

Eleanor Fisken

Timothy Fisken