After qualifying in medicine from the University of Birmingham, UK, I completed specialist training in general practice and public health medicine.
Currently, alongside my clinical work as a general practitioner, I am involved in several research projects examining the use of routine primary care data in public health surveillance and in improving the quality of healthcare. My research interest are in urgent care, chronic disease management, the financing and delivery of primary health care and in health inequalities.
I am also involved with the West London Primary Care Consortium, and teach general practice to undergraduate medical students and specialists trainees in general practice and public health.
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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:1757-1472, Pages:28-32
et al., 2016, Referral outcomes of attendances at general practitioner led urgent care centres in London, England: retrospective analysis of hospital administrative data, Emergency Medicine Journal, Vol:33, ISSN:1472-0205, Pages:200-207
et al., 2016, Healthcare use among preschool children attending GP-led urgent care centres: a descriptive, observational study, Bmj Open, Vol:6, ISSN:2044-6055
et al., 2016, Staff perceptions on patient motives for attending GP-led urgent care centres in London: a qualitative study, Bmj Open, Vol:6, ISSN:2044-6055