Dr Govind Oliver is an Academic Emergency Medicine doctor having graduated from the University of Oxford in 2012. He is a member of the Royal College of Emergency Physicians and continues his academic training alongside his clinical work. His academic interests have led him to research roles with the University of Manchester and currently the National Institute of Health Research as an Academic Clinical Fellow. His successes include publications and presentations at national and international level.
His varied work within the Emergency Department leads to working with people from many different demographics, people of all ages and within constantly varying teams and conditions. The often complex and challenging working environment has led to hands on experience of stress management, leadership and conflict resolution.
Govind has personal experience of elite sport as well having played Rugby Union at national age group level.
Govind is passionate about optimising the performance of the human mind and helping others to fulfil their potential, particularly in difficult and challenging environments, whilst maintaining happiness and personal fulfillment.
In his spare time, Govind enjoys participating in sporting challenges, having competed in 4 Ironman Triathlons and several trail races including some of marathon distances. He also enjoys winter sports and open water swimming.