Dr Ricky Frazer MBBCH (Hons), MSc (MedEduc), BSc, PgCert (Onc), PgCert (ClinLead), PgCert (AcuteMed) MAcadMEd, MRCP, AFFMLM
Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff, UK
Dr Ricky Frazer is a medical oncology consultant working at Velindre Cancer Centre (VCC) in Cardiff. He specialises in melanoma, renal cancer and acute oncology and is clinical lead for the acute oncology assessment unit at VCC and leads on checkpoint inhibitor immunotherapy toxicity management. He has been heavily involved in the inception and development of the national Practical Management of your Immuno-Oncology Patient (PMI-OP) educational series exploring immunotherapy identification and management with specialist colleagues. He has been involved in writing national toxicity guidelines, such as the UKONS acute oncology management guidelines, and has recently completed and was awarded a distinction in the postgraduate certificate in acute medicine at the University of South Wales; he has been working in several local COVID-19 surge hospitals throughout the pandemic.
Dr Frazer was a Welsh Clinical Leadership Training Fellow with the Wales Deanery and is a Founding Associate Fellow of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management. He has a strong educational interest and is currently a Royal College of Physicians (RCP) College Tutor and a council member for the Academy of Medical Educators. He is also an Honorary Lecturer at Cardiff University. He has completed a Masters in medical education and was recently awarded the national Munro Medal by the RCP for excellence and leadership in education.