Senior Lecturer, Anglia Ruskin University, England.
After leaving school, Paul was awarded a BA Jt (Hons) degree in European History, Thought & Literature at ARU, before moving to San Francisco and becoming a Mobile Intensive Care Paramedic. He then attended medical school in Bristol and GP training in Cambridge, before working as a GP and volunteer road accident rescue doctor in Newmarket. He was a Recognised Clinical Teacher and GP Tutor at a number of different medical schools and has been involved in developing courses and delivering teaching for doctors, nurses and paramedics at different universities. He's a Visiting Professor of Primary Care at the Faculty of Health and Science, University Campus Suffolk and a Principal Fellow of The Higher Education Academy and still passionate about teaching after 35 years
Model of illness; Consultation skills; Clinical assessment; Risk assessment; Patient safety; Primary care