I work at the University of Leeds as a lecturer where I lead the Physician Associate Studies programme. I am interested in how new healthcare roles can be integrated into the current workforce of different sectors and how we can make inclusive health the norm within our curricula.
Before joining the University of Leeds, I worked as a doctor in the NHS; this role took me to various parts of the country including East Anglia and eventually West Yorkshire. Following a brief stint as a high school science teacher I realised my skillset might be of better use in medical education. This led to my role at the University and this in turn led to me becoming involved with Basis as a trustee.
A little bit personal about me
My weekends are filled by guitar lessons (my son’s, not my own), coffee and campervan trips.