Dr Nadeem Moghal arrived in England as a refugee from Idi Amin’s Uganda and lived in England in the 1970s. Dr Moghal studied medicine in Dublin in the 1980s and trained in Scotland, England and Germany in the 1990s. He also worked as a Consultant specialist in kidney disease in children in the 2000’s.
Dr Moghal worked in a number of senior leadership roles in the NHS before retiring soon after a period of cancer care. He was fortunate to take advantage of development at the NHS Leadership Academy, Institute of Healthcare Improvement and, Harvard Kennedy School, in Boston.
Dr Moghal has coached and mentored colleagues over the years and continues to do so. He has a special interest in the ideas of profession, and professionalism and is motivated by the ideas of social justice and social mobility, recognising his own good fortune over the decades.