Martin Lupton is the Vice-Dean (Education) for the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London. He also works as a consultant obstetrician at Chelsea and Westminster Foundation NHS Trust.
Martin qualified from the University College Medical School London before undertaking training in Medical Law and Ethics and Medical Education. Since joining Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in 2003, he has worked with Imperial College London to promote undergraduate education. He has previously been the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Speciality Lead and Director of Clinical Studies at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, before working in partnership with Imperial as Head of MBBS Year 5, then as one of three Deputy Directors of Education. In 2014, he became the Head of Undergraduate Medicine for the School, where he continued to champion the development of medical graduates. Becoming Vice-Dean (Education) in 2019, Martin now leads all of the Faculty of Medicine’s undergraduate and postgraduate education activity.
Martin has previously been a member and Chair of the Ethics Committee for Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. He continues to work as a joint clinical lead for the Obstetric Cardiac service and for maternal medicine at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, and lectures on the Year 5 Obstetrics and Gynaecology course on Medical Ethics.
Lupton M, Easton GP, 2015, Teach where students will learn: one medical school's vision of the future, Education for Primary Care, Vol:26, ISSN:1475-990X, Pages:57-59