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EACH UK national representative. I am Senior Lecturer in Clinical Communication at UCL Medical School in London, leading the clinical communication skills strand of the undergraduate medical curriculum. I also do research and postgraduate teaching.
I am a GP and also lead the communication teaching for medical students at Oxford University. I am clinical director of the Health Experiences Research Group in our Dept of Primary Care and my main research interest is the place of patient experience in medical education. I currently chair the UKCCC, the national network of clinical communication leads.
I am a Senior Lecturer in Health & Communication and a Gerontologist at Norwich Medical School. I have both a teaching and research background. I teach communication skills to undergraduate medical students: I am very interested in both the practice of information sharing and the concept of health literacy and their impact on healthcare-patient interactions and patient wellbeing. I work with practitioners, clinical academic and social science colleagues on projects relating to health literacy, diagnosis, treatment adherence and empathy in healthcare communication.
Location: University of East Anglia
I am a GP and a Senior Clinical Educator at Leicester Medical School. My main roles are leading on clinical communication and diagnostic reasoning in the early medical curriculum, with a particular interest in electronic consultation with patients.
I worked in the NHS as a dietitian for over 20 years in a variety of hospital and community posts and then transferred to academia in 2001. I am an Associate Professor in Dietetics in the School of Biosciences at the University of Nottingham which is predominantly a teaching role. Most of my teaching is on the Master of Nutrition and Dietetics degree which leads to eligibility to register as a dietitian but I also teach on post graduate programmes. My main areas of work relate to development of teaching and learning, health promotion, public health and communication skills. I completed a PhD in 2014 looking at the development and assessment of communication skills in dietetics. I have developed a training package to support communication skills development in dietetic practice which is now being used in several universities across the UK and in NHS departments.
I am a Senior Tutor in Clinical Communication Skills at Cambridge University Hospitals Trust. involved in the design, delivery and assessment of undergraduate clinical communication curriculum. My particular area of responsibility is for student support/remediation. I am also involved in post-graduate teaching and I am actively involved in the delivery of advanced communication skills course using the “Connected” materials.
I am a Lecturer and theme lead for undergraduate consultation skills at Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia. I am also involved in postgraduate teaching and have a special interest in communication skills in relation to onclology/ palliative and end of life care. As part of the subgroup tEACH I recently contributed to the development and publication of a ‘European consensus for a core curriculum for health care professions’. I am chair of the Advanced Communication Skills Educators Network (Oncology and End of Life Care).