Partner: Dr Kay Mohanna, Professor of Values Based Health care Education, Institute of Health and Society, Worcester University

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Key Words: Medical education, Professionalism; Medical humanities;
Resident inUK ; Working inUK/South Asia ; Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Health Professions Education; socio-cultural factors in assessment; leadership development; mindfulness. Related Area(s) of Interest: Research ethics, consent and risk communication Area(s) of healthcare expertise:Primary care, Global Health
Brief Description of Work I am a National Teaching Fellow and also a GP partner and practice based trainer. My time is shared between patients and teaching, but also writing, developing new projects and thinking about how those working in health can be ‘freed up’ with the resilience and resources to influence the service and deliver the care we want to deliver. I am the RCGP International Development Advisor for South Asia, Editorial board member for Education for Primary Care, and International Teaching the Teachers tutor for the RCGP with teaching experience in Pakistan, India, Kuwait and Dubai. My doctoral work uses conversation analysis  to think about the features of medical consulting in different settings.
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