Gaurish started his career as a junior doctor in India before he completed his MSc in Healthcare Management at the University of Manchester (2011) for which he received a distinction. In his dissertation, he examined the causes of Missed Appointments in the English Primary Care. Gaurish then worked for various NHS and independent care providers in the UK as a manager and started his PhD at the University of Durham.
The working title of his thesis is ‘Workers’ perceptions of Leaders and Leadership in the NHS: A Psychodynamic Exploration’ and he’s expecting to receive the qualification this year. Most recently before joining the BSMS team Gaurish taught on the MSc Healthcare Leadership (Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Programme) at The University of Manchester for the NHS Leadership Academy for over three years.