Nick Mann has worked as a children’s doctor in Reading, Berkshire for more than 30 years. Until recently he was also a consultant paediatrician in the Paediatric Department, Royal Berkshire Hospital. He also worked in Oxford Children’s Hospital on the John Radcliffe site as a visiting endocrinologist for more than 10 years until recently.

In the past he was responsible for supervising the training of NHS paediatricians in 4 counties and has had honorary posts at the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health, London. He was a national clinical examiner for the MRCPCH exam for almost 20 years until very recently- this is the entry exam in the UK for middle grade training in paediatrics.

He has published 50 articles in medical journals connected with research or training of paediatricians. He is Associate Editor for Paediatrics & Child Health a journal aimed at paediatric trainee doctors and from 2000-4 was Deputy Editor for Archives of Disease in Childhood the main general paediatric journal for the UK and Europe. In 1999 he published and edited a children’s formulary “Medicines for Children” which led on to become the British National Formulary (BNF) for children which is used in all hospitals and GP surgeries in this country.

He is a member of the following medical organisations

  • British Society of Paediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes
  • British Medical Association
  • Paediatric Visiting Club (Convenor/Treasurer)
  • Royal College Paediatrics & Child Health
  • Royal College of Physicians (London)