Dr Chaand Nagpaul

Dr Chaand Nagpaul

Council chair, British Medical Association
Dr Chaand Nagpaul has for over three decades worked as a GP in his group practice in North London, serving a large multi-ethnic community. He is the first BAME chair of the British Medical Association council, representing the medical profession across the UK to government and policy makers. As BMA council chair, he has championed race equality in the NHS. He has been a visible figure calling for action to address the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on BAME healthcare workers and communities and gave evidence on this issue to Parliamentary committees and contributed to Baroness Lawrence’s review “An Avoidable Crisis”. He is listed in Health Service Journal’s 50 most influential BAME people in health (2020). He is past chair of the BMA GPs committee (GPC) and a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners. Chaand was awarded a CBE in 2015 for his services to primary care.

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Dates and venue

26-27 APRIL 2023 + ExCeL LONDON