Gaurish started his career as a junior doctor in North India before he completed his MSc in Healthcare Management at the University of Manchester (2011) for which he received a distinction. In his MSc dissertation, he examined the causes of Missed Appointments in the English Primary Care. Gaurish went on to receive a PhD from University of Durham for his work examining the trials and tribulations of ‘normal’ healthcare work. His doctoral thesis received ‘Best Critical Dissertation Award’ from the Critical Management Studies Division of Academy of Management. Before joining BSMS, Gaurish taught on the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Programme for the NHS Leadership Academy. Gaurish has been a member of the BSMS team since 2018 and teaches on a variety of postgraduate and undergraduate modules.