Imperial College London

Dr Aisha Newth

Faculty of MedicineSchool of Public Health

Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 0807a.newth

 
 
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Location

 

Reynolds BuildingCharing Cross Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

DR AISHA NEWTH


Aisha is a GP and Programme Director for the Imperial GP Vocational Training scheme. 

Aisha qualified from the university of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1998. She completed her GP training in London in 2004. 

Aisha has extensive experience in undergraduate teaching having started working in the department of Primary Care at Imperial College in 2004 teaching communication skills.

She then went on to do a teaching fellow post where she developed GP teaching sessions during the Year 5 paediatrics attachment. 

Following this she ran the the year 5 General Practice and Primary Healthcare attachment where she helped to develop the course and introduce new teaching sessions, including a clinical reasoning session and a new patient project assessment. 

She has most recently worked as Faculty Development Lead. In this role she was responsible for teaching, training and supporting our community teachers who teach across the undergraduate GP curriculum at Imperial College. She developed the TaCTIC and ASTIC training courses for GP teachers. She was an academic supervisor for the postgraduate trainees who are attached to the Department of Primary Care.

Aisha has a PGCERT in University Learning and Teaching from Imperial College and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

She works as a GP partner in Crown Street Surgery, Acton, west London where she is heavily involved in undergraduate medical student teaching and is a clinical supervisor for doctors in postgraduate training. Her current interests include near-peer teaching. 

 

Publications: Book

Newth A Contraception 2013 In:Booton et al General Practice at a Glance. Wiley-Blackwell pp 54-55

 

Oral Presentations:

Newth, A. The ‘windows method’ for student consultation skills: GP tutors’ experiences on a new method of giving feedback 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambridge

2015 1st International Conference of Primary Care and Public Health, 3rd Congress of Person Centred Medicine,Imperial College London

Henniker-Major R, Metters E, Newth A, Kumar S Feeling valued? A study to explore the factors that influence GP teachers' sense of value 2016 Society of Academic Primary Care [SAPC] London and South East Regional Meeting, Cambrindge, 2016 Association for the Study of Medical Education(ASME), Annual Scientific Meeting, Belfast

Newth A  Innovative teaching ideas: presentation and discussion of a new clinical reasoning workshop for year 5 undergraduate students at Imperial College. 2013 MESIG 'Medical Education Special Interest Group' Imperial College London 

Newth A, Stratford-Martin J A New Integrated 5th Year Course in GP & Oncology, Lessons from the Frontline. 2012 Society for Academic Primary Care regional conference Madingley, Cambridge

 

Poster Presentations

Newth, A, Metters E. The ‘windows method’ for student consultation skills: GP tutors’ experiences on a new method of giving feedback 2016 Association for the Study of Medical Education ASME Annual Scientific Meeting, Belfast

Publications

Journals

Morton S, Hames R, Kelso I, et al., 2017, Does attending general practice prior to the emergency department change patient outcomes? A descriptive, observational study of one central London general practice, London Journal of Primary Care, Vol:9, ISSN:1757-1480, Pages:28-32

McLuskie I, Newth A, 2017, New diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome, Bmj, Vol:356, ISSN:0959-8138

Brooks J, Kemp S, Newth A, et al., 2016, Managing recovery from concussion, Bmj-british Medical Journal, Vol:355, ISSN:1756-1833

Newth A, Easton G, 2016, Using the ‘windows method’ for undergraduate consultation skills feedback: GP tutors’ experiences, Education for Primary Care, Vol:28, ISSN:1475-990X, Pages:115-118

Morton S, Newth A, Majeed A, 2016, Pain at the back of the heel, British Medical Journal, Vol:352, ISSN:1468-5833

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