Stuart-Taylor, Dr Malvena
BSc, MBBS, FRCA
Training and education
Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, 1972 to 1978
Dr Stuart-Taylor has worked for the Trust since April 1982, and was appointed as a consultant with a special interest in acute pain management in 1996. She also provides coaching and mentoring for other staff at the Trust.
Prior to her appointment in Southampton, Dr Stuart-Taylor held house jobs in London and Northampton, and senior house officer posts in gastroenterology (Hammersmith) and cardiology (National Heart).
Dr Stuart-Taylor has worked as a senior house officer, registrar and specialist registrar in Southampton, and has also worked in Christchurch, New Zealand, Alder Hey Children's Hospital and St Thomas' Hospital.
- Founder secretary of the Society for Computing and Technology in Anaesthesia, 1987.
- Established the acute pain service in Southampton.
- Set up the MiP1 and 2 undergraduate medical courses.
- Appointed to the Wessex deanery in 2002 as associate dean for PRHOs (now foundation trainees).
Awards and prizes
Bronze award (BMJ Film Competition) for teaching video on acute pain management, 1998
- Anaesthetic minimum data set, 1994
- Acute pain control, 1987 to 2001