Dr Kayvan Khadjooi is a Consultant in Stroke Medicine at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and Associate Lecturer in University of Cambridge School of Medicine. He has extensive experience in all aspects of Stroke Medicine at a leading tertiary centre in the U.K.
He is the educational lead for Telemedicine in Acute Stroke Services in East of England and in his regional role he regularly trains many nurses, doctors and paramedics.
He has set up a number of successful training courses, such as The Cambridge Thrombolysis in Acute Stroke Masterclass. He is a Royal College of Physicians PACES examiner, a member of RCP question writing group, and an instructor in various postgraduate courses.
His special interests are treatment of acute stroke, stroke prevention in patient with atrial fibrillation, and Medical Education. He is the founder and clinical lead for Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation Service in Cambridge University Hospitals, which has won the AF Association Healthcare Pioneers Award 2019.