Mr Craig Nesbitt attended Liverpool University medical school graduating with honours in 2006. He completed his training in the North East as a vascular surgeon and gained his medical doctorate with Newcastle University in 2012 studying the role of cadaveric and virtual reality endovascular simulation training. He completed a year’s endovascular Fellowship at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney, Australia in 2019.
He is a co-founder of the UK Endovascular Trainees (UKETS) – a multi-disciplinary teaching collaborative for basic endovascular skills that won a national British Medical Association (BMA) award in 2014 for education, and a local NHS innovation award in 2013.
He took up his position as consultant vascular and endovascular surgeon at the Freeman Hospital in 2019. He has a specialised interest in complex lower limb revascularisation and currently is the Newcastle Lead for Diabetic Foot Disease.
Mr Nesbitt’s research interests include endovascular simulation training, diabetic foot disease and pre-optimisation in vascular surgery.
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