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Aditya Malik

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MS Orthopaedics, MCH (hip and knee), FRCS TrOrth Ed UK

Post FRCS Fellow

Manchester, United Kingdom


Orthopaedic Diversity


I am a senior orthopaedic Fellow, currently based in the UK. I belong to India , born and brought up in New Delhi - one of the busiest cities in the world. I trained in the countries busiest Trauma centres before moving to the UK to pursue higher education. I completed MCh, MRCS and FRCS within 4 years as one of the youngest fellows - and pursuing post CCT level fellowships. I enjoy exercise, long walks and spending time with my family.

What made you join IODA?

The need for inclusivity and importance of diversity as been quite evident to me during my time in the NHS. It is important to promote and welcome individuals of different backgrounds to enable them to contribute their best towards patient care

How have you approached DEI in your workplace?

I try to view everyone with an unassuming and hopefully (mostly) unbiased eye. I aim to mentor all new entrants to the NHS and international medical graduates both formally and informally

How do you define inclusion?

Inclusion is the ability to provide individuals with a safe space where they feel accepted and empowered to reach their full potential and achieve their individual goals without the fear of judgment or fear.

What is your proudest achievement?

It is hard to point at one single achievement - but the ability to contribute to betterment of lives of other individuals through my work - is something that i am proud of. Academically I was quite proud to pass my FRCS exams as an International graduate on my first attempts with a "non trainee" pass rate of 15 percent.

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