Dr Anne Jane Davies

Dr Anne Jane Davies

06/10/1957 to 24/03/1997

Place of birth: Lyndhurst, Hampshire

Nationality: British

Post nominals: MBBS FFARCS DObs

CRN: 498388

Also known as: Anne Miall, married name from 13/09/1996

Education and qualifications

General education

Roedean School (where her high spirits got her into trouble and she was asked to leave); Wycombe Abbey where she did very well academically; Guy’s Hospital Medical School (accepted at age 17), spending six months in Natal.

Primary medical qualification(s)

MBBS, London, 1980

Initial Fellowship and type

FFARCS by Examination

Year of Fellowship


Other qualification(s)

DObsRCOG, 1982

Professional life and career

Postgraduate career

After some obstetric experience she worked for 2 years as a GP in Maidenhead before deciding to take up anaesthetics. During her training she spent a year in Montreal, and was a South Western region anaesthetic trainee based in Bristol. She was appointed consultant anaesthetist in Portsmouth in 1994.

Professional interests and activities

She helped develop and run the obstetric anaesthesia clinic. In the mid 1990’s she visited South Africa as part of a team put together by the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists. In September 1995 she led a team to Botswana and Mauritius.

Other biographical information

Anne married Roger Miall, a shipping manager, a few months before her death. Her hobbies included gardening, opera, cycling, needle work, and she was an avid reader.

Author and sources

Author: Robert Julian Palmer

Sources and any other comments: Personal communication with her husband