Our diverse team consists of clinical and non-clinical primary care team researchers.
At present, our structure consists of:
- 2 Professors
- 1 Reader
- 2 Senior Lecturers
- 1 Lecturer (NIHR)
- 2 NIHR Doctoral Research Fellows
- 2 In-Practice Fellows (NIHR)
- 8 Academic Clinical Fellows (Health Education England)
- 1 Professor of Medical Education
- 1 Emeritus Professor of Medicine and Sociology
We currently first supervise 5 PhD’s, second supervise 3 PhDs and have just (in 2022) celebrated successful award of a further PhD.
We also contribute to the Masters in Public Health (MPH), leading the Primary Care Module and Global Health Modules, also supporting MPH dissertations.
King’s Undergraduate Education in the Community (KUMEC) have pioneered a primary care intercalated BSc for medical students, in which we provide research methods training and dissertation supervision. KUMEC collaboration engages our Group with our respective research interests.
Banner photos from Impact on Urban Health.
National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)
Medical Research Council
NHS Race & Health Observatory
Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID)
NNEdPro Global Centre for Nutrition and Health
National Institute for Health Research (ARC)
King's Health Partners
Guy’s & St Thomas’ (GSTT) Charity
Impact on Urban Health
NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE/I)
NHS South East Genomic Medicine Service Alliances (GMSA)
Health Innovation Network (HIN) South London
Serious Adverse Events Consortium
The Academy of Medical Sciences
Queen Mary University of London
University of Oxford
Imperial College London
University of Leeds
Institute of Public Health Oslo
Mark Ashworth - Professor of Primary Care
Safwan Haydar - Executive Assistant