The General Practice Education Group (GPEG) delivers a significant part of the Cambridge medical course. We provide and support student placements to GP surgeries across the Eastern Region. We deliver seminars about primary care and Student Selected components in General practice. The clinical courses in Ethics and law, Palliative care and Professionalism are led and administered by members of GPEG.
We are active across the Clinical School having roles in the Deanery team, setting and marking exams and course development. We have input into all stages of the course and full details can be viewed at the following link.
We are always keen to hear from anyone who is interested in finding out more about undergraduate teaching. Please feel free to get in touch by telephoning the GPEG office on 01223 762516.
GPEG is made up of the following members under the direction of Dr John Benson, Senior Lecturer in General practice.
Dr Tom Alderson, Assistant Director of GP Studies has responsibility for the GP elements of Stage 2 of the clinical course. He also runs the GP Tutor Development Programme. Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Rachel Morris, Assistant Director of GP Studies has responsibility for the GP elements of Stage 3 of the clinical course. She is also the lead for Professionalism teaching that runs as a theme throughout the clinical course. Email : email@example.com
Administrative support is provided by in the GPEG office by Julia Skinner, Louise Andrew, Jemma Black and Angela Murphy – Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 01223 762516