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COPMeD SAS APDs subcommittee

COPSAS is a sub-committee of CoPMED. It is an advisory group and a forum for the Associate Postgraduate Deans for Staff, Associate Specialists and Speciality (SAS) Doctors from around the UK to meet and share good practice.

The main objectives of COPSAS are the promotion of a consistent approach towards the professional development of SAS doctors, and support and advice regarding educational needs or further training that is beyond speciality specific CPD. This is with the ultimate aim of providing a safe, stable, and experienced workforce to complement NHS strategy.

COPSAS holds its meetings twice-a-year and works collaboratively with all stakeholders with regards to SAS doctors.

 Mr Mamdouh Morgan

Chair Mr Mamdouh Morgan

COPMeD Associate Postgraduate Dean for SAS Doctors

Associate Postgraduate Dean, Health Education England (working across West Midlands)

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Health Education East of England Associate Dean - SAS Doctors Dr Rupal Shenoy

Health Education North West Associate Dean - SAS Doctors Dr Jamie Fanning

Health Education Yorkshire and Humber Associate Dean - SAS Doctors Dr Rosalind Roden

Dr Stephanie Baldeweg

Health Education North Central & East London Associate Dean - SAS Doctors

PA to Dr Jamie Fanning Frances McLaughlin

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Administrator to Mr Mamdouh Morgan Ruhena Begum

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Health Education East of England SAS Doctors Administrator Chloe Nicholson


PA to Dr Rosalind Roden Ann Brown

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Rakhsana Ramzan

Health Education East of England Associate Dean - SAS Doctors Dr Rupal Shenoy

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