Michael is Reader in Education at Barts and the London Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, where he is the co-lead for the MA in Education for Clinical Contexts and where he established the UK’s first-degree apprenticeship in Clinical Education. He has also recently served on the Trailblazer group for the pioneering Doctor Apprenticeship. Prior to joining QMUL, Mike was Associate Professor of Medical Education at UCL and, before that, Head of Education Programmes at the Royal College of Physicians, London, where he served on the RCP Senior Leadership Team.
Mike is an experienced teacher and programme developer who has designed and delivered postgraduate and CPD programmes in medical education and leadership throughout the UK and internationally, including Switzerland, Brunei, Iceland, Lebanon and Slovakia. Mike’s research interests are broad, covering fitness to practise, regulation, identity formation, curriculum development and assessment. He is particularly interested in the professional development of Specialty and Associate Specialist (aka SAS) doctors.