Dr Tania Pawade
Dr Tania Pawade is a Consultant Cardiologist with a broad range of experience in all aspects of cardiology. She specialises in the management of heart failure, heart rhythm abnormalities and the implantation of cardiac devices.
Dr Pawade is the lead for the development of the cardiac rhythm management service at the Royal United Hospital Bath. She is passionate about ensuring that all patients have access to high-quality care. Her appointment as a consultant led to the routine implantation of specialised pacemakers at the RUH to prevent and treat heart failure. She has also introduced several measures to improve patient safety and experience.
She graduated from Birmingham University in 2005 with honours in medicine and First class honours in Biomedical Science. She began her cardiology training in Birmingham before achieving a scholarship to undertake her PhD at the University of Edinburgh where then she then completed her training. She travelled to Melbourne in 2020 to undertake a prestigious international fellowship in Cardiac rhythm management.
Cardiac arrhythmia treatment
Coronary artery disease treatment
Heart failure treatment
Non-invasive cardiology treatments
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Tania consistently receives positive feedback from patients, colleagues and in her appraisals.
"Dr Pawade has shown herself to be an outstanding consultant colleague, who is highly motivated to improve and develop services and works to high standards. She has undertaken a good level of CPD and stays up to date with contemporary practice. She continues to actively lead and drive the device service forward, involving and motivating the whole team, and with the huge achievement of starting CRT-P implants here in the past few months. Her aspirations of developing a world-class device service are to be highly commended and supported." Dr Kevin Carson, Consultant Appraisal 2022.
When Tania is not at work, she enjoys salsa dancing and runs a dance school with her husband.
Current NHS or research position
Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal United Hospital in Bath
Year of first medical qualification: 2005
Special clinical interests
- Heart failure
- Atrial Fibrillation
- Chest pain
- Heart Valve Disease/murmurs
- Blood pressure
As an undergraduate, Tania received a scholarship to undertake a Biomedical Science Degree in Pathological studies for which she received First Class honours. Then in 2014 Tania was awarded a British Heart Foundation Scholarship to undertake a PhD at the University of Edinburgh followed by a prestigious BHF clinical research training fellowship.
She completed her PhD in 2017 and to date has co-authored 40 papers, many in high impact journals including the Lancet and New England Journal of Medicine. Her research has had a profound impact on the management of heart valve disease across the world informing the most recent American Heart Association guidelines.
British Society of Heart Failure
British Heart Rhythm Society
2016 British Heart Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship
2013 British Heart Foundation Scholarship
2003 Jean Shanks Scholarship for Intercalation in Pathological Studies
To date, Tania has 44 publications including high impact journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, the Lancet and the American Journal of Cardiology.