Dr. Khalid Binymin MBChB MSc FRCP
Honorary lecturer in Rheumatology at Liverpool University
Expert Witness and Medicolegal duties:
Dr. Binymin has been providing medico-legal reports and medical reports over the last 15 years and to date he has represented more than 100 law firms in and around the United Kingdom in his role as an Expert Witness.
He has completed the medicolegal course at Birmingham University as well as attending court hearings and presenting reports on a regular basis.
Merseyside, Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, Birmingham, Leicester and Warwickshire
Member of the Royal College of Physician (RCP)
Member of the Medical Defense Union (MDU)
Member of the European League for Arthritis Rheumatism (EULAR)
Local representative and Member of the British Medical Association (BMA)
Member of the Hospital Consultants Association (HCA)
Dr. Binymin is registered with the following directories:
His expertise in medico-legal work includes:
Dr. Binymin is an established author and co author of several publications and practice papers.
He is the author of the "BEST OF FIVE" multiple choice revision books for the Diploma examination for members of the Royal College of Physicians. The book was published with Pastest LTD and proved to be the best seller for the year 2002. It tended to be a comprehensive wide based and up to date review for the major topics relevant to the membership examination (MRCP). Pilot mock examinations were constructed in order to assess the validity and the quality of the educational material included in the book. The book material was greatly appreciated by the candidates and the excellent feed back received helped to put the book in to its final shape.
He is also the author of the PRACTICE PAPER book for Part 1 MRCP. Jan / 2004
Dr. Binymin the co-author in the Royal College of Physicians Masterclass Text Book of Medicine. This project is sponsored by the education department of the Royal College of Physicians. This is a paper-based and a web-based comprehensive educational resource for those taking the membership examination. This includes case studies with full discussion and approach to investigation and management in all areas of medicine. In a separate section, specific diseases are discussed and followed by a section for self-assessment.
He has also been working since 1999 as an author for the Masterclass web site, which he edits and adds various teaching material to including self assessment questions and literature reviews. The web site is accessed via the internet at the Royal college link.
Dr. Binymin has been appointed as the Royal College Tutor at Southport General hospital. He is responsible for maintaining the standard of education for the junior doctors at its best. He organizes the weekly medical meeting for the medical directorate, and has also been appointed as an Honorary lecturer at Liverpool Medical School.
Throughout his career he has been involved in regular teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He teaches the third and the fourth year medical students (8-12 students / University of Liverpool) on clinical and bed side examination, basic skills laboratory as well as PBL in rheumatology. He regularly teaches doctors preparing for the MRCP examination at hospital level and participate in the annual regional MRCP course held at our hospital. He is a regular lecturer and also directs the part one MRCP course Mersey region SDGH/ twice a year.
Dr. Binymin has been given the privilege to be an MRCP examiner. He participates in examining membership candidates at the PACES. This is a commitment at a national level.
Dr. Binymin operates and discharges medico-legal reports from the following locations:
Private/ Medico-legal practice location:
1. London, Cambridge, Northampton, Oxfordshire, Peterborough
2. Birmingham, Leicester, Warwickshire and Coventry private practices
4. Liverpool, Lancashire and the North West: