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Elizabeth Muir

Clinical Senior Lecturer in General Practice, Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London

About Me

Having served as a General Practitioner since 1985, my current roles are as a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College, London and an Appraiser for South Central in England. I am the academic Theme leader for the Foundations of Clinical Practice theme in the Faculty of Medicine.I design and deliver the Personal and Professional Development course and, in this capacity, serve on the UK Council for Teachers of Professionalism, hosted by the General Medical Council. In 2018 I am involved in developing the Professional Values and Behaviour stream for Imperial’s new Curriculum. Since 2016 I have been involved in the Caregiving and Aging Reimagined for Europe (CARE) project that is funded by EIT-Health. I also serve on the Royal College of GPs’ Health Inequalities Group, having been the Chairman of the Disability Task group and the Clinical Lead for the Supporting Carers programme, funded by the Department of Health. My educational research interests include teaching with patients, problem based learning, feedback from peers, patients and teams and assessment. Having served as a General Practitioner since 1985, my current roles are as a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College, London and an Appraiser for South Central in England. I am the academic Theme leader for the Foundations of Clinical Practice theme in the Faculty of Medicine.I design and deliver the Personal and Professional Development course and, in this capacity, serve on the UK Council for Teachers of Professionalism, hosted by the General Medical Council. In 2018 I am involved in developing the Professional Values and Behaviour stream for Imperial’s new Curriculum. Since 2016 I have been involved in the Caregiving and Aging Reimagined for Europe (CARE) project that is funded by EIT-Health. I also serve on the Royal College of GPs’ Health Inequalities Group, having been the Chairman of the Disability Task group and the Clinical Lead for the Supporting Carers programme, funded by the Department of Health. My educational research interests include teaching with patients, problem based learning, feedback from peers, patients and teams and assessment.

Courses and Programs taught by Elizabeth Muir