Malek Racy MBChB MRCS MRes
Summary of Training
Out of Programme Career Break Imperial College London Oct 2016-19
Specialty Training T&O South Yorkshire Deanery Oct 2013- current
Core Surgical Training London Deanery Oct 2011-13
Foundation Training West Midlands Deanery Aug 2009-11
Higher Education and Qualifications
Master’s in Surgical Education - Imperial College London (current)
MRes in Medical Robotics and Image Guided Intervention - Imperial College London (2016-17)
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) (2012)
MBChB- University of Bristol (2004-2009)
Awards, Funding and Affiliations
British Orthopaedic Association- Best of the Best. Winner, BOA Congress, September 2016
Getty Plate runner up- South Yorkshire Registrar’s Day 2015
Local teaching hero- Imperial College London 2012
NHS England Clinical Entrepreneur 2017-present
British Orthopaedic Association Bursary for surgical video atlas
Medical technology and innovation – combining clinical and engineering knowledge to advance
Education and simulation – including the application of new technology to use video, VR and
simulation to improve training.
Engagement and widening participation – connecting patients, the public, scientists and healthcare
providers to support science communication and guide policy.
Engagement and Simulation
Selected recent engagement events
The Art of Performing Science: Exploring Analogies Across Disciplines
Symposium bringing together experts from science, medicine, the arts and performance to
facilitate cross-disciplinary exploration.
Imperial College London. 24th October 2018
Hard Materials and Sharp Tools
Discussion with stonemasons and sculptors exploring parallels between orthopaedic surgery
and stone carving.
City & Guilds Art School. 1st May 2018
Surgeon X- exploring themes of antibiotic use and resistance with members of the public, using the
comic book Surgeon X as a backdrop of an antibiotic apocalypse in near future London
Science Museum London Lates. 25th April 2018
Worthing Wormhole comic-con. 10th November 2018
Video-supported Simulation for Interactions in the Operating Theatre (ViSIOT™)
Simulated operating theatre scenario and debrief to investigate operating theatre teamwork
Imperial College Centre for Engagement and Simulation Science (ICCESS).
17th February 2017, 4th April 2017
Minimally invasive (MIS) Tönnis osteotomy- A technical annotation and review of short term results
B Balakumar, M Racy, S Madan
J Orthop. 2018 Jan 31;15(1):253-258
A survey of trauma database utilitsation in England
M Racy, S Al-Nammari, CB Hing
Injury. 2014 Mar;45(3):624-8
Do one, film one, teach one; creating first person surgical videos to enhance surgical education
M Racy, J McGregor-Riley, F Ali
(BOA best of the best competition, BOA National Congress, Belfast. September 2016)
Technology and Innovation
Master’s in Medical Robotics and Image Guided Intervention at Imperial College London (awarded
Currently developing a Virtual Reality (VR) femoral nail simulator using a haptic robotic interface.
Experienced using 3D game development engines Unity and Unreal Engine and 3D animation
Experience in 3D printing and basic electrical engineering using microcontrollers.
Proficient using image and video editing software, including GNU Image Manipulation Software
(GIMP), Inkscape and Lightworks.
Creating a video atlas of orthopaedic index procedures. Project awarded funding by the British
Currently completing a Master’s in Surgical Education at Imperial College London.
Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) instructor (2015- current)
Royal Society of Medicine anatomy revision course lecturer
SCM Medical lecturer (revalidation and CPD courses for hospital nurses)
Other Teaching Experience
Tutored a Healthcare Assistant for a Level 2 National Certification in Adult Literacy and Numeracy
exam (equivalent to GCSE grades A*-C in maths and English) for entry into a full nursing degree