Dr Inam Haq is the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Brighton and Sussex Medical School and consultant rheumatologist, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust. Dr Haq qualified in 1993 from United Medical and Dental Schools at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals. After initial postgraduate training in medicine, he gained the MRCP in 1996 and then entered rheumatology training in North London. He undertook an Arthritis Research Campaign educational fellowship from 2001-2004, looking at GP education, and training in looking after patients with bone and joint problems. In April 2005 he joined Brighton and Sussex Medical School as a senior lecturer, becoming reader in rheumatology and medical education in 2013. He sees patients with all kinds of conditions affecting bones and joints including vasculitis and lupus. Since 2011 he has been associate medical director in the policy and health promotion department at medical research charity Arthritis Research UK, developing an educational package for GPs and  practice nurses in how to look after patients with joint pain. His research interests include the use of smartphones and mobile devices in medical education and the bone and joint manifestations of hepatitis C infection.