Dr Nofil Mulla is a Consultant and Clinical Lead in Integrated Pain Services at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital and Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
He has undergone training in world renowned centres of excellence and achieved an advanced pain fellowship at the Guy’s and St. Thomas’ University Hospital affiliated to King’s College London School of Medicine and rotated at St. Christopher’s Hospice, London among others for cancer pain experience.
He worked as a Consultant in Addenbrooke’s Hospital and covered clinical sessions at Arthur Rank Hospice, Cambridge and worked as a Consultant at St. George’s University Hospital, London. He also worked in General Medicine which enhances his scope of practice with an additional advantage in his clinical approach. Dr Mulla has extensive experience in the multidisciplinary management of cancer pain and related conditions.
His clinical approach is holistic and based upon a bio-psycho-social model that facilitates functional independence and emotional well-being offered in a compassionate environment. Dr Mulla regularly presents scientific papers and contributes to journals and medical textbooks.
He is an expert speaker at the local clinical commissioning groups and clinical governance meetings. He is a member of the training and assessments board and the examinations tutorials organiser of the Pain Faculty at The Royal College of Anaesthetists. He is the royal college tutor for pain education supervision within the region. He is an educational supervisor for anaesthesia trainees and a medical appraiser in the hospital trust for consultants and non-consultant doctors.
As the Clinical Lead for the Integrated Pain Service at the Luton and Dunstable Hospital, Dr Mulla is in charge of overseeing the functioning of the service and conducting and supervising clinical audit and research along with quality assurance and service development.
- Consultant and Clinical Lead in Integrated Pain Services at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital and Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
- Consultant, Addenbrooke’s Hospital and covered clinical sessions at Arthur Rank Hospice, Cambridge
- Consultant, St. George’s University Hospital, London
- Pain Faculty, Royal College of Anaesthetists
- General Medical Council
- British Pain Society
- World Institute of Pain, International Association for Study of Pain
- European Society of Regional Anaesthesia