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Senior Clinical Research Associate (NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer) 

I am dual trained in general practice and public health medicine. I work two days a week as a salaried GP at a practice in Surrey and three days a week as a Senior Clinical Research Associate at the Department of Primary Care & Population Health, UCL.

My current research examines the use of eHealth initiatives to address behaviour change, for example, to help people increase physical activity, to reduce alcohol intake, and to self-manage long-term conditions including mental health. I also have a research interest in the use of financial incentive schemes to improve healthcare and prevention activities in primary care, such as the national Quality & Outcomes Framework.

I am interim lead for the MBBS Social Determinants of Health module at UCL.