Imperial College London


Faculty of MedicineSchool of Public Health

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Guy Scadding BuildingRoyal Brompton Campus






 Amy is a public health registrar and has a special interest in physical activity. 

 She is currently working as a Strategic Clinical Teaching Fellow on the Lifestyle Medicine and Prevention module at Imperial College School of Medicine. During this time, she has been involved with designing and delivering the brand new module including the lifestyle tracking study which is currently in its second year.

 In her clinical role, she is on the on the London KSS public health speciality registrar training scheme based in the public health department for both Richmond and Wandsworth local councils.

 Amy trained at Cardiff University School of Medicine, graduating in 2010, before moving to London to complete her foundation training with North Central Thames Foundation School. Following this, prior to training in public health, Amy was working as a GP registrar on the London training scheme. She has also undertaken a Sports and Exercise Medicine diploma and has a particular interest in physical activity due to the numerous benefits to health and society it can bring.