Tom completed his undergraduate medical degree at King’s College London, then went on to do Foundation training at Bromley and Brighton. He took a year out of training (F3) to work as an Education Fellow at Eastbourne District General Hospital, during which time he completed his PGCert in Medical Education and developed a passion for teaching. Following Core Medical Training in Brighton, Tom now works as a Registrar in Palliative Medicine whilst undertaking research in Medical Education.
Interests within Medical Education include: palliative and end-of-life care, uncertainty, simulation, professional development and transitions, postgraduate training.
Tom has designed and facilitated a number of hospital-based teaching sessions and programmes. Currently, he helps facilitate some of the palliative and end-of-life-care teaching sessions for medical students at the University of Cambridge.
Weetman T, Bell D, Watts G, Sin FE. Medical workforce review using the RCP guidance on safe medical staffing demonstrating wide variation of workload to workforce ratio between medical teams within a single trust. Future Healthc J. 2019 Jun;6(Suppl 2):44-45. doi: 10.7861/futurehosp.6-2s-s44