Dr Russell Malcolm - Brief Medical Biography

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Russell Malcolm studied Medicine at the University of Dundee and studied Arts and Education at the Open University. After graduating in medicine, he worked in hospital medicine for several years and completed a programme of post-graduate clinical training. Dr Malcolm then studied non-conventional therapies at the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital for four years, before his appointment as Director of Education within Parkside NHS Trust. He was a staff physician in Milestone House between 1992 and 1995.  From 1996 to 2002 he taught as an external lecturer at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne within the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum, he also provided training for medical students at University College London and Barts & The London School of Medicine and Dentistry (Final Year SSMs). In addtion to running his own clinic in Glasgow, Dr Malcolm remains on the Academic Staff of the UCLH at Queen's Square London. He was appointed Dean of the Faculty of Homeopathy in June 2011. He lectures internationally on Integrative Medicine and is the author of a number of books and articles on the medical integration of non-conventional therapies.




Areas of Special Interest




Over the past twenty years, in collaboration with like-minded colleagues, Dr Malcolm has researched and taught on several therapeutic topics, including:

Fatigue states

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

IBS and functional disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract

Allergies and Sensitivity States

Chronic Systemic Illness

    Voice Medicine

    His cross-over training in Arts has also brought him direct experience of the specific health requirements of those engaged in the performing arts. Dr Malcolm has a deep insight into the particular requirements of singers and vocal artists and he has developed wide ranging programmes for education, rehabilitation and illness-prevention in those who use their voice extensively in their work.(See Holistic Care of The Performing Voice)

    For details on his Medical Practice and forthcoming teaching itinerary, please click on one of the links below:


    Medical Practice - The Craig Road Clinic

    Teaching Itinerary - Current Year - Previous Years

     This page was last updated on 9 December 2014