I worked as a GP for five years in South London before joining the London Public Health Training Scheme in 2007 as an Academic Clinical Fellow (ACF) in Public Health Medicine, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
On the scheme I have worked at Imperial College London (Department of Primary Care and Social Medicine), Lewisham Primary Care Trust and the South London Health Protection Unit. During my first attachment at Imperial College I worked mainly on a systematic review of light and laser therapies for acne. My main area of interest now is healthcare quality improvement initiatives, in particular the impact of pay for performance on inequities in care.
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