Posted by: Andrew Lavelle; 23 March 2016; 6:40 pm
Anthony (Tony) Redmond qualified in Medicine from the University of Manchester where he also completed his postgraduate training in Emergency Medicine. He was appointed Lecturer in Emergency Medicine at the University of Manchester and subsequently Consultant in Emergency Medicine at the University Hospital of South Manchester. In 1995, he was appointed Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Keele and Consultant Trauma Team Leader at the first Trauma Centre in the UK. He is now Emeritus Professor of Emergency Medicine at Keele University.
In 1994, Prof. Redmond established UK-Med, an NGO that provides international emergency humanitarian medical assistance and which now hosts the UK International Emergency Trauma, Medical, and Public Health Registers. He was the first Chair of the Foreign Medical Teams Working Group at WHO Geneva and is now a Lead mentor for Emergency Medical Teams at WHO and a member of the Minimum Data Set and EMT Training Working groups.
He is currently Professor of International Emergency Medicine at the University of Manchester where he co-founded, and is Deputy Director of the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI). Prof. Redmond is the Head of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Emergency Medical Teams and Emergency Capacity Building, based at HCRI.