Gail joined NB Medical in 2013. She is a GP in the East Midlands and also teaches at the University of Nottingham. She had a circuitous route into General Practice, via interventional radiology and professional acting! She has linked her medical and acting careers working as a communication skills consultant, teaching all levels of medical personnel and non-medics alike for a number of years. Passionate about General Practice she has a specialist interest in Women and Children’s health. She is committed to improving education and continuing professional development for GP’s and is an enthusiastic teacher.
Ahmed is an NHS GP in Hertfordshire and a Senior Clinical Teaching Fellow at UCL Medical School. He completed his junior doctor rotations in London followed
by an MSc in Cardiology at Imperial College London. He combined his clinical training in general practice with an academic clinical fellowship, working
in the cardiovascular disease research group at the University of Cambridge. In 2014, he was selected to be a national leadership fellow and spent
12 months working at the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence. He has written for a variety of medical journals and magazines and has a
monthly research column in the British Journal of General Practice.
Rob Walker is a GP Partner in a busy training practice in Basingstoke. He trained in Oxford and qualified in 2001. He thrives on trying to master the art
of translating evidence into patient-centred care. He has recently finished a four year stint as education and research lead at North Hampshire CCG
and continues to provide the GPs of North Hampshire with updates on the latest guidelines and EBM. He is a new member of the team charged with reviewing
and writing material for the Hot Topics course and book. When not elbow deep in BMJs or NICE guidelines he can be found running in the Hampshire countryside
or playing the ancient game of Real Tennis in Oxford.
NB Medical’s online Webcasts for 2017. Cover the same topics as the course but view them at your own leisure.