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Guy Bradley-Smith

Honorary Clinical Lecturer

+44 (0) 1392 676675

St Thomas Health Centre 

Guy Bradley-Smith has been a GP in a busy, mainly urban, 3 site practice with 16 partners covering 32000 patients since 1985, where they still run personal patient lists (an increasing rarity but valued by patients and doctors alike). They are involved in GP Training and Medical Student teaching, involved in Research etc. His other personal interests are (i) the care of patients who have a learning disability (PWLD) and (ii) Primary Care genetics.

Qualifications

  • BM BCh (Oxon)
  • MA (Cantab)
  • DCH DRCOG MRCGP Cert.Med.Ed(Dundee)

Research

Research projects

  • Following a successful bid to the Centre for Excellence in Professional Placement Learning (CEPPL) in 2009, Guy Bradley-Smith chaired a group that has developed a web based 'Resource Pack for Community Providers'. Aimed at Community Providers of EUMS medical student placements, this educational resource aims to support providers across the Devon and Cornwall region. We are currently preparing an evaluation of this new resource.

Grants/Funding

  • CEPPL 3 year project 2009 (described above)

Links


Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry

  • Clinical Skills Tutor ( 2004 – 2006)

Exeter University Medical School

  • University Academic Tutor
  • Honorary Clinical Lecturer
  • Structured Academic Programme (SAP) provider for Community Module for Final Year students in Exeter
  • SSU Provider in Learning Disability (Years 2 and 3) and Genetics in Primary Care (Year 4)
  • Lead Training sessions for new and existing Community placement providers for students in Years 2 – 5
  • ISCE examiner
  • Lead sessions at Study Days

Genetics

  • Lead GP Vocational Training Scheme (VTS)
  • sessions on ‘Genetics in Primary Care’ for
  • schemes in Exeter, Torbay, Taunton and Truro.

Learning Disability (LD)

  • Lead PCT GP (1 of 4 nationally) for 3 year MENCAP ‘Getting it Right’ campaign, supported by Devon CCG ( 2011 - )
  • Lead VTS sessions on 'LD in Primary Care' in Exeter

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