Fiona Myint
Fiona Myint, FRCS, MA (Clin Ed), LLM, SFHEA
Consultant Vascular Surgeon
Hon Clinical Associate Professor, UCL
Council Member, Royal College of Surgeons of England
Program Co-Director Harvard Surgical Leadership Program

Dr. Fiona Myint qualified in medicine from Guy’s Hospital, University of London. She trained in general and vascular surgery in London and was appointed as a consultant at the Royal Free Hospital in 2000, also working at the North Middlesex University Hospital and the Whittington Hospital. She is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer (Honorary Clinical Associate Professor) at University College London (UCL) and a current elected Member of Council of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Her leadership roles have included Clinical Lead in general surgery, Chair of core surgery for London, Chair of the Dental and Surgical Examinations Committee of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Undergraduate Teaching Lead at Royal Free Hospital and Vascular Module lead at UCL Medical School.

 

She has a strong background in undergraduate and postgraduate education and holds a Master’s in Clinical Education from The Institute of Education. She has been a Royal College surgical tutor, Training Program Director for both core surgery and higher surgery, and a member of the UK general surgery Specialty Advisory Committee (SAC). She currently sits on the UCL Medical School undergraduate teaching Committee, the Intercollegiate Committee for Basic Surgical Examinations and as an invited member of the Joint Committee for Intercollegiate Examinations. More recently she has taken on the role as a Program Director for the Harvard Medical School Surgical Leadership Program.

 

She writes questions for and is an examiner in undergraduate and postgraduate surgery. Her involvement in educational quality assurance has included roles as an appraiser, and as an assessor for individuals at certification level and for departments and institutions at accreditation level. Her contribution to education has resulted in her recognition as a Senior Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) and a Fellow of the RCS Academy of Surgical Educators (FRASE).