Trainees Committee representative – East Midlands
Dr Latif Raiyan Rahman joined the RCP Trainees Committee in 2022.
He obtained his MBBS degree from Dhaka Medical College, Bangladesh in 2014 and passed his MRCP in 2017. He has been working as a higher specialty trainee in acute internal medicine and general internal medicine at East Midlands since 2019 and is currently working as chief registrar for emergency specialist medicine at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust.
Alongside his work at University Hospitals of Leicester, he is currently working as a specialist trainee representative for acute internal medicine at East Midlands Deanery, sitting as a member of the Education Committee and Quality Improvement Committee of the Society for Acute Medicine, UK and is currently doing an MSc in medical education at the University of Nottingham. He also holds a PGCert in critical care.
He has special interests in point of care ultrasound and echo, medical education and leadership. His biggest career aims are developing acute medicine as a specialty and enhancing the state of medical education among the developing countries of the world. He works voluntarily with a group of doctors in Bangladesh, helping to develop acute medicine as a specialty there and has authored a book called Acute Medicine in Ward for the doctors of Bangladesh, three editions of which have been published so far.