NHS GP and National Institute for Health and Care Research Doctoral Fellow, School of Medicine, Keele University
Faraz is an academic GP with expertise in young people’s mental health and suicide prevention in primary care. His active research areas are self-harm and suicide prevention, ADHD, and mental health care transitions. He has been awarded three consecutive NIHR Fellowships, and is a current NIHR Doctoral Fellow. He leads the NIHR funded ‘COPING’ study: a CO-produced Psychosocial INtervention delivered by GPs for young people who self-harm. He was a guideline committee member of the recent 2022 NICE self-harm guidance. He is an expert advisor to NHS England and DHSC. He has over 65 peer-reviewed publications. He is an elected Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
12-Oct-2023GP Clinical Theatre 1Improving the management of self-harm in primary care