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Meet the CTFs!

You may have noticed an expanding number of Clinical Teaching Fellows (CTFs) recently! There are now 5 full time CTFs and 8 part time CTFs. We all have different roles within the medical school and are involved in a number of projects and innovations. We thought you might like to know a little about us.  Feel free to get in touch if you have any queries!

 

SARAH_BENNETT_2012SARAH BENNETT (sarah.bennett@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in August 2011
CLINICAL JOB: GP
FT/PT: Part time. Sarah also has a CTF role at Basildon Hospital
DAYS AT UCL: Tuesday, Wednesday and alternate Thursdays
CTF ROLE: Sarah runs Case of the Month for year 4-6 and helps develop the final year teaching and assessments.  At Basildon, she organises the student placements,  the Foundation teaching programme and educational and clinical supervisor courses.

Eleana_NtatsakiELEANA NTATSAKI (e.ntatsaki@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in August 2012
CLINICAL JOB: Rheumatology registrar
FT/PT: Full time
DAYS AT UCL: Monday – Friday (Clinic on Friday morning)
CTF ROLE: Eleana spends most of her time working on the GMC project. Eleana also helps out with year 4.  She also delivers teaching for the movement module.

CLARE WADLOW (clare.wadlow.11@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in February 2013Clare Wadlow
CLINICAL JOB: Psychiatry registrar
FT/PT: Full time
DAYS AT UCL: Monday – Friday
CTF ROLE: Clare also spends most of her time working for the GMC project with Eleana. She also helps out with year 5 assessment writing and curriculum design.  She also participates in vertical module teaching for mental health.

MELISSA GARDNER (melissa.gardner@ucl.ac.uk)Mel Gardner

Started in August 2011
CLINICAL JOB: GP
FT/PT: Part time
DAYS AT UCL: Tuesdays – but can be variable
CTF ROLE: Mel works alongside Jayne Kavanagh in the Ethics and Law department. She is lead for the year 4 ethics and law teaching and teaches UCL medical students at her GP practice

photo for newsletter-louiseLOUISE CHINA (louise.china@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in September 2013
CLINICAL JOB: Gastroenterology registrar
FT/PT: Full time
DAYS AT UCL: Monday – Friday (Endosocopy list on Wednesday afternoon)
CTF ROLE: Louise’s main role is with final year assessments (including eportfolio) and postgraduate assessments. She organises the QUCLMS twitter project and supports MedSoc.

Beth GoodBETH GOOD (Elizabeth.good.10@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in August 2013
CLINICAL JOB: Acute medicine registrar
FT/PT: Part time
DAYS AT UCL: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
CTF ROLE: Beth’s main role is supporting the development of teaching and assessments within years 1-3, focusing especially on year 1 assessments.

photos for newsletterPAUL MCGOVERN (paul.mcgovern@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in October 2013
CLINICAL JOB: Orthopaedics registrar
FT/PT: full time
DAYS AT UCL: Monday to Friday
CTF ROLE: Paul’s main role is helping to develop postgraduate teaching and training at UCL; including MSEC, MDECS and the TtT course. He will also be helping with year 1 assessment and the patient participation initiative.

photo for newsletter-zaheerZAHEER MANGERA (zaheer.mangera@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in October 2013
CLINICAL JOB: Respiratory registrar
FT/PT: Full time
DAYS AT UCL: Monday – Friday (Monday afternoon in clinic)
CTF ROLE: Zaheer’s main role at UCL is to help organise and manage the vertical modules.

photo 6FLORA DALEY (f.daley@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in October 2013
CLINICAL JOB: Just finished core surgical training
FT/PT: Part time. Flora also has a CTF role at Luton Hospital
DAYS AT UCL: Thursdays, Fridays and alternate Wednesdays
CTF ROLE: At Luton, Flora is involved with teaching and organising the final year medical students.  At UCL, she works with the QAU and helps to develop the anatomy and imaging teaching. Flora also helps with year 4 assessments.

photo for newsletter- sarahSARAH MALING (sarahmaling@googlemail.com)
Started at UCL in September 2013
CLINICAL JOB: Consultant ophthalmologist
FT/PT: part time (also has a CTF role at Moorfields Eye Hospital)
DAYS AT UCL: Tuesday and Wednesday
CTF ROLE: Sarah’s main role is helping develop teaching and assessment in year 2 and to help develop ophthalmology teaching both at UCL and Moorfields Eye Hospital.

Beth Walker (2)BETH WALKER (bethan.walker@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in August 2013
CLINICAL JOB: Just completed Foundation Training
FT/PT: Part time. Beth is also the Bloomsbury clinical skills CTF
DAYS AT UCL: Variable but generally Wed & Thursday pm and all day Friday
CTF ROLE: Beth’s main role is organising the PALS SSCs.  Beth and Jess will be evaluating the clinical skills curriculum.  She is involved in the quality assurance of Medsoc activities. She is also involved in year 2 assessments.

photo for the newsletter-jessJESS BILANEY (j.bilaney@ucl.ac.uk)
Started at UCL in August 2013
CLINICAL JOB: Just completed Foundation Training
FT/PT: Part time. Jess is also the Royal Free clinical skills CTF
DAYS AT UCL: Variable but generally Wed & Thursday pm and all day Friday
CTF ROLE: Jess is involved in organising and recruiting patients for the many exams held at UCL. She is evaluating the clinical skills curriculum and will be involved in the quality assurance of Medsoc activities. Jess will also be organising the year 1 shadowing project in the summer and helping with year 5.

ANJU VERMA (a.verma@ucl.ac.uk)Anju Verma
Started in August 2011
CLINICAL JOB: GP
FT/PT: Part time
DAYS AT UCL: Mainly Mondays but can be variable
Anju is an NIHR Clinical Research Fellow who works with Ann Griffin. She is working on a project about educational supervision for her Masters in Clinical Education.

Other Clinical Teaching Fellows who you may see around the office are the CTFs who are employed specifically by the Royal Free Hospital and are involved in organising and delivering teaching for the medical students who are placed at the Royal Free site. Their days at RFH will be variable.

 

CHRISHAN GUNASEKERA

CHRISHAN GUNASEKERA

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RIMI ADEDEJI

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BEN LOVELL

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