Academic Clinical Fellow, General Practice, Queen Mary University of London

I am an ambitious and driven Academic Clinical Fellow (ACF) and General Practice (GP) trainee who hopes to become a leading academic in GP. My research interests lie in research related to cancer survivorship. Through this I have developed skills in critical analysis and appraisal and I am a peer reviewer for journals and book companies. I work well in a team within my research and lead individuals in teams to write papers. This builds on my clinical experience in a number of clinical specialties during my Foundation and GP training.

I balance my research with teaching medical students and junior doctors through several media from presentations to bedside teaching as well developing tailor-made programmes to suit individual learner needs. I have over 100 hours of experience in teaching.

Experience

  • 2018–present
    Trainee of the Primary Care Clinical Studies Group (CSG), National Cancer Research Institute
  • 2015–2019
    General Practice Trainee, Health Education North Central and East London
  • 2015–2019
    Academic Clinical Fellow, General Practice, Queen Mary University of London