Dr Dushyant Mital
Consultant in Sexual Health & Blood Borne Viruses
MBBS (London), FRCP (UK), Dip GUM, DFFP
Practices at: BMI The Saxon Clinic
Dr Mital is a clinical lecturer at the University of Buckingham Medical School and the Clinical Director for Specialty Medicine at Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. His other roles include lead for Research in Infectious Diseases & Microbiology in Thames Valley & South Midlands on behalf of the National Institute for Healthcare Research (NIHR) and the HIV Medicine Clinical Reference Group (CRG) member for Midlands & East.
He has been involved in all areas of research, education, training and delivery of medical care in blood borne viruses and substance use which has led to presentations and publications in peer review journals. He is also an accredited sexual assault forensic examiner, does medicolegal case reports and is lead for Immunisations and Vaccinations for the region.
It is a combination of his roles to date, particularly in education, training and development of patients, that enables Dr Mital to offer an exceptional level of specialist care and treatment. He also holds a viral hepatitis clinic, catering specifically for injecting drug users living with blood borne viruses, which led to a Winston Churchill Fellowship award in 2017.
Special clinical interests
- Sexual health and HIV medicine – screening and management of all conditions
- Management of all skin related genital conditions (including biopsies)
- Hepatitis vaccinations
- HIV treatments and prevention
- Blood borne virus public health promotion
- Ongoing care for people living with HIV/AIDS
Current NHS and /or University Posts
- Consultant in Blood Borne Viruses & Sexual Health, Milton Keynes University Hospital
- Clinical Director for Specialty Medicine, Milton Keynes University Hospital
- Honorary Consultant in HIV Medicine, University College Hospital, London
- Clinical Reference Group Member for HIV Medicine for Midlands & East, NHS England
Is the UK morally responsible for providing healthcare for failed asylum seekers with chronic HIV related health problems?
International Journal of Clinical Trials & Case Studies. D Mital | 07/2016
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and HIV/AIDS: a new way of modulation of cardiovascular risk
AIDS Review. AIDS Review | 02/2017
- Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (UK)
- British HIV Association
- Faculty of Family Planning & Reproductive Health Care
- Hospital Consultants & Specialists Association
- Fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
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