Area of Clinical Practice
Stroke, Infectious Diseases, disorders of swallowi
Disorders of swallowing, clinical governance within the NHS
The Royal College of Radiologists, The Royal Society of Medicine
Dr Ryall studied Sciences at the University of Cambridge and then went on to study Medicine at the University of Newcastle. He trained as a diagnostic radiologist and moved to Liverpool in 1989. His interests include stroke, swallowing problems in stroke and malignancy as well as infectious diseases.
As a senior consultant, he has led on audit and governance issues. Initially this was within his area of specialty and he then went on to serve both the Trust and the Royal College of Radiology. He led the Royal College of Radiologists national audit of governance of NHS electronic picture archiving communication systems (PACS). Dr Ryall has also designed and implemented a web based National Library of clinical audit templates.
Dr Ryall currently leads on clinical audit in the Trust and is looking to develop this tool to serve the objectives of a modern foundation NHS trust. He is seeking to improve services and to better assure the Trust Board and patients of the Trust’s dedication to quality, efficiency and safety.
BA MA (Biochemistry) MB BS FRCR