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Who we are

The Centre for Clinical Education is home to academic staff involved in the delivery of the Medical, Physician Associate and Clinical Pharmacology programmes at St George’s. The Centre is comprised of over 100 academic staff and the associated professional services staff. The team of academic staff fall into eight management sections with a collaborative networked approach of working within the sections.

Head of the Centre

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Professor Philippa Tostevin

Section Heads

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    Professor Emma Baker        Clinical Pharmacology
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Professor Debasish Banerjee
Clinical Teachers
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Mr Alex Trompeter
Clinical Teachers
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Dr Robert Nagaj
Clinical Skills
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Ms Angela Kubacki
Clinical Communication Skills Section head

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Professor Annie Bartlett
Interdisciplinary Studies
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Dr Melvyn Jones
Primary Care Education
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Dr Carwyn Hooper
Humanities, Ethics, Law and Global Health
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Ms Jeannie Watkins
Physician Associate
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Ms Amy Donaldson-Perrot
Physician Associate
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Ms Kate Bascombe
Physician Associate
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What we do

Together, we aim to deliver a quality assured Clinical Education that produces practitioners with outstanding clinical and communication skills who can flourish in a multiprofessional workplace in the UK and internationally.

All academic staff are involved in the values-based recruitment of students who come from a diverse pool of applicants including humanities graduates for our medical programme. All staff in the centre are also involved in personal tutoring of students and their assessments. The academic teams develop and review all elements of their programmes within each section to ensure that what we are delivering is current and evidence based, using new technologies where possible.

We have a rigorous and robust quality assurance process to ensure that we are able to optimize student experience on clinical placements. We have an embedded process for recognizing excellence in teaching and encourage staff to develop their educational portfolios throughout their careers by regular appraisal and peer review.

Honorary teaching contracts

For information regarding application for an honorary contract with SGUL please contact Vincy Wilson.

 

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