Dr Hancock has overall responsibility for all aspects of GP teaching that take place across the six years of the medical undergraduate course.
Dr Hayley Parkes, Medical Education Fellow
Dr Parkes is a GP trainee working with the Primary Care Teaching Team during her ST3 year. She is involved with a number of development projects, as well as face-to-face teaching.
Dr Ruth Wilson is a GP and is course lead for Communication skills . She has a special interest in Professionalism teaching. Ruth is also a year 5 GP tutor.
Dr Wallace delivers teaching for Year 4 and 5 students and is involved with course development. His other teaching role is promoting General Practice as a career among students.
Dr Helen Salisbury is a GP and joint lead for Patient Involvement in the medical school. She teaches on the communication course.
Dr Richard Harrington
Dr Harrington is a GP partner in Thame, Oxfordshire and Associate Director of Graduate Entry Medicine. In this role he is mainly responsible for overseeing the clinical teaching and running clinical problem seminars. He is particularly interested in using videos of patients in clinical teaching.
Dr David McCartney is Director of Graduate Entry Medicine and a GP in Oxford. He has overall responsibility for the 4 year Graduate Entry Course and overseas the pre-clinical teaching and clinical placements for the course.
Emma Wiley has overall responsibility for the administration of all Primary Care undergraduate teaching activities across the six-year course and manages the Administration team (the Course Admin Assistant and Finance and Teaching Admin Officer).
Maria Luque and Jacqui Belcher provide administratrive support for all Primary Care undergraduate teaching activities across the six-year course, working with Emma Wiley. They liaise with approximately 160 students in each year of the course and around 150 General Practice Tutors across the region, ensuring the efficient delivery of teaching to our students.