Mike Smith
Mike Smith

Co Chairman

Mike Smith - MRCS LRCP MBBS DRCOG DPH FFPH FFSRH (Honorary) - is one of the UK's leading media doctors. As a doctor, broadcaster and writer, he regularly appears on TV, radio and in print.

He has long been and remains a regular spokesperson for organisations - both commercial and charitable. As well as speaking for such organisations, he also writes for them, again explaining potentially complicated medical/scientific subjects in ways that make them widely understandable.

Mike is perhaps best known for his extensive work in radio and has appeared on nearly all national, local and commercial radio stations throughout the UK. For more than a quarter of a century he had a regular, fortnightly, hour-plus spot on lunch-time BBC radio 2.

Mike was voted the TV & Radio Doctors' 'Expert's Expert' in the Observer magazine and was described as the Acknowledged Master of radio doctoring. Doctor magazine called him the Doyen of the media doctors and the British Medical Journal referred to him as '..the Big Daddy media doc of them all..'.

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