Meet the Tutors

Our team of tutors are well experienced in the field of MRCP Paces and have been teaching for many years now. Find out about all our tutors and how they can help you achieve your qualifications.

Meet The Tutors

Our dedicated teachers don’t just have knowledge and experience on how to succeed in the MRCP PACES exam, but they have knowledge and experience on how to teach. Each teacher has a tried and tested method to give you the confidence and knowledge to pass. This is what makes Ealing PACES one of the most recommended MRCP PACES revision courses.

Dr Stephen McAdoo


Dr Stephen McAdoo studied at the University of Cambridge and University College London, graduating with Distinction in 2004. Following SHO rotations in London, he was appointed to the north Thames renal rotation in 2008. In 2010, he was awarded an MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship, during which he investigated novel treatments for glomerulonephritis and systemic vasculitis, leading to completion of a PhD in 2014. He continues to develop his research and clinical interests in this field in his current post as an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Renal Medicine at Imperial College.

Throughout his training, Steve has contributed regularly to undergraduate and post-graduate clinical teaching, including ‘skills lab’ teaching of practical procedures. He completed the TIPS course whilst training at UCLH, he is a qualified ALS instructor, and he lectures regularly on national courses for MRCP Part I and II written examinations. He has been a member of the Ealing PACES team since 2010, and continues to enjoy meeting the variety of interesting cases that attend each

Imperial College London

Dr Sukhjinder Nijjer


Sukh graduated with distinction from the University of Bristol in 2004 (MB ChB (Hons) BSc (1st Class Hons). He completed his training in Medicine at the Hammersmith Hospital and Royal Brompton Hospital, before undertaking specialist and academic training in Cardiology in NW Thames.

He was awarded an MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship and he has completed a PhD within the National Heart Lung Institute, Imperial College London. His research interests combine understanding coronary blood flow and the physiological assessment of coronary stenoses. He has published widely, including original scientific findings as well as educational textbooks.

He is an experienced international speaker; presenting at major conferences in the UK, USA and the Far East. His research findings have enabled considerable international travel, in particularly as part of running large randomized controlled trials. He also co-ordinates specialist physiology courses run at Imperial College and he is the Chairman of Education Committee at the British Junior Cardiologist Association. In addition he performs regular live cases broadcast to an international audience, combining both didactic teaching with coronary intervention.
Sukh is an experienced PACES tutor, and has taught on the Ealing course since 2010. Sukh strongly believes exposure to a wide variety of clinical signs is essential for PACES preparation, and this represents a key strength of Ealing

Imperial College London

Dr V. Bhargavi Rao


Bhargavi is at present working at Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF/Doctors without Borders) as a Malaria and Infectious Diseases specialist whilst completing her training in Public Health. She graduated in 1999 from Oxford University (Cambridge pre-clinical) and did her post-graduate medical training in London interspersed with international clinical and research interludes in Peru, India and other countries. Bhargavi then went to do a Masters in Public Health (International Health) at Harvard in 2004 and following that joined Harvard Medical School as a Faculty Instructor in HIV/AIDS and Infectious Diseases. As part of this, she was posted to South Africa for three years where she helped to run an HIV/AIDS treatment NGO which included training South African doctors to manage HIV in primary and secondary care. She returned to the UK and made the switch to Public Health training with a focus on global health. Bhargavi was awarded a Wellcome Trust research training fellowship for her PhD modelling the impact of health systems on malaria transmission, based jointly at Imperial College, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Ifakara Health Institute (Tanzania). After completing her PhD she joined MSF initially as a public health specialist, including missions to South Sudan, Bangladesh, Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of Congo. In her current role as Malaria and Infectious Diseases specialist, she is responsible not only for overseeing programmes, directing relevant research and training of medical staff, but is also working to set up a Diploma in Tropical Medicine course within the organisation. Bhargavi has been teaching on the Ealing PACES course since

Médecins Sans Frontières

Professor Andres Floto


Andres Floto is Professor of Respiratory Biology at the University of Cambridge and Research Director of the Cambridge Centre for Lung Infection.

He is an Honorary Consultant in Respiratory Medicine at Papworth and Addenbrookes Hospitals.
His research interests are focused on the molecular control of lung infection and inflammation, the use of population-level whole genome bacterial sequencing, and the therapeutic manipulation of autophagy.

He graduated from the Cambridge MB-PhD programme in 1997 and trained in respiratory medicine in North West Thames and has taught on the Ealing PACES course since 2000 as well as being regularly involved in teaching for MRCP part I and II over the

University of Cambridge

Dr Antonio de Marvao


Dr. Antonio de Marvao is a specialist registrar in Cardiology at Imperial College London and an MRC Chain-Florey Clinical Research Fellow at the MRC Clinical Sciences Institute.

Antonio graduated from the University of Glasgow with 1st Class Honours in 2007 and went on to complete his Foundation training at Wishaw General Hospital and Glasgow Royal Infirmary. In 2009 he moved to London where he undertook his core medical training across Hammersmith, Charing Cross and St. Mary’s hospitals. That same year he was awarded the MRCP diploma.

He was appointed as a Cardiology registrar in the London Deanery in 2011 and worked at Hammersmith, St. Heliers and St. George’s hospitals since. His research interests include CMR, inherited cardiac conditions, population-based imaging genetics studies and health economics. Antonio is in the final year of a PhD and of an MBA at Imperial College. He was awarded the 2015 Society for Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (SCMR) Scholarship.

Antonio has had a long-term interest in medical education. In 2008 he completed the Resuscitation Council’s Instructors course and has since taught Advanced Life Support courses in England and Scotland. Antonio has tutored hundreds of candidates for the MRCP PACES exam within Imperial College and at the Ealing PACES course. Based on feedback from candidates and formal assessments, he was awarded an Imperial College Postgraduate Education Centre Bedside Teaching Certificate in 2009. Since its foundation in 2009, Antonio has also been collaborating with the University of Algarve medical school where he co-leads the Communications Skills and Patient Safety aspects of the curriculum.

Since joining the Ealing PACES team in 2014, Antonio has focused on preparing PACES candidates for the cardiology, medical ethics and communication skills

Imperial College London

Dr Anisha Tanna


Dr Anisha Tanna is a specialist registrar in Nephrology at Imperial College. She qualified in 2003 from Imperial College School of Medicine.

In terms of research, she was awarded 1st class honours for a BSc in Pharmacology and Toxicology at Imperial College during her undergraduate training. She was awarded an NIHR funded academic clinical fellowship in Nephrology at Imperial college during which she developed an interest in ANCA associated vasculitis and having obtained funding for a clinical training fellowship from the Wellcome trust, is currently carrying out a phd assessing the role of the B cell in this disease.

Anisha has extensive experience of both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and has also previously been involved in the organization of the PACES examination. She was awarded a trust teaching hero award at Imperial College for her teaching of undergraduate students and has taught on a number of MRCP courses both part 1, and PACES. She has been a member of the Ealing PACES team for the past five years and greatly enjoys teaching on this

Imperial College London

Dr Amit Patel


Amit has been a clinical teacher at Ealing PACES for nearly a decade. The quality of his teaching has been recognised by Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, and Imperial College London. He has extensive teaching experience and regularly helps doctors in training to prepare for all stages of the MRCP(UK) and MRCS(Eng) examinations, as he has both qualifications.

He was the Postgraduate Teaching Fellow at Hammersmith Hospital, London. He has extensively lectured at many institutions, including Imperial College London, King’s College London, the Institute of Cancer Research London, the Royal Society of Medicine, the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and the London Deanery/Health Education London and North West Thames. He has examined for Imperial College London and King’s College London, and has been an Associate College Tutor for the Royal College of Physicians of London. He has also developed a variety of successful courses for the Royal Society of Medicine, where he was Chair of the Trainee Committee. Furthermore, he has recently developed a curriculum mapped teaching programme for Haematology Speciality Training within the Health Education North West Thames rotation, and contributed to the MSc in Oncology at the Institute of Cancer Research London.

He has contributed to book chapters and published in high impact journals, such as the BMJ, New England Journal of Medicine, Thorax, Intensive Care Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, British Journal of Haematology, Annals of Haematology, Leukemia and Lymphoma, and Pancreas. He has also peer-reviewed articles for journals such as the BMJ, Critical Care, and The Medical Journal of Australia.

Amit graduated from Imperial College London, and after completing clinical training at the London postgraduate teaching hospitals, he gained an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship followed by an MRC Chain-Florey Clinical Research Fellowship, and completed a PhD in Clinical Science and Genetics. He is an NIHR Clinical Lecturer at the Institute of Cancer Research London, and a Specialist Registrar in Haematology and Intensive Care Medicine. He is currently a Stem Cell Transplant Co-ordinator at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation

Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Andrew Eichholz


Dr Andrew Eichholz is a Consultant Clinical Oncologist at Oxford University Hospitals. He trained at St. Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals and he has been teaching on the Ealing PACES course since 2005. He is interested in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and has taught on a number of different medical courses. He has undertaken dedicated training in teaching small groups, large groups and teaching communication skills. He wrote a section of the Ealing PACES handbook and has had excellent feedback on his teaching on the Ealing PACES

Oxford University Hospital

Dr Amit Adlakha


Amit is a Respiratory SpR on the North-West Thames rotation and is dual training in Intensive Care Medicine in the Oxford Deanery. He is currently doing research into post-lung transplant infections as part of an MRC-funded Chain-Florey Clinical Research Fellowship at Imperial College London.

Amit graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2005, after which he did Foundation training in Glasgow, followed by core medical training at University College Hospital, London
Amit joined the Ealing PACES team this year, having previously served on the faculty on a number of courses, with teaching topics including bronchoscopy, pleural ultrasound, pleural procedures and introduction to Intensive Care

Imperial College London

Dr Bahman Nedjat-Shokouhi


Dr Bahman Nedjat-Shokouhi is a Gastroenterology registrar in London, currently undertaking a PhD at UCL as an MRC Senior Clinical Research Training Fellow. He also holds posts as Honorary Clinical Fellow in Gastroenterology at University College London Hospitals as well as St Mark’s Hospital, London. He is also the trainee-representative to the British Society of Gastroenterology IBD-committee. Dr Shokouhi qualified in 2005 and has been teaching MRCP candidates for the last 5 years. His research interest is in Inflammatory Bowel Disease, in particular the role of mucosal barrier function in pathogenesis of Ulcerative Colitis.

Dr Shokouhi has extensive teaching experience. He organises and teaches on the popular St Mark’s Hospital’s GastroSCE course. The course is for Gastroenterology Speciality Certificate Exam (SCE) – a mandatory exam for all Gastroenterology registrars in the UK. This BSG endorsed course, was the first of it’s kind in the UK and attracts candidates internationally. He has also been involved in organising and teaching on various other courses, including Deanery training days, and Imperial College’s Acute Medicine SCE course. Dr Shokouhi is a section-editor for the Gastroenterology and Hepatology chapters for the new edition of Oxford Handbook of Acute Medicine, and the IBD section-editor of the new edition of the Oxford Handbook of Gastroenterology and

University of Cambridge

Dr Belinda Sandler


Dr Sandler graduated in medicine from University College London in 2006. She is a specialist cardiology registrar in London with several publications and is currently undertaking a PhD in electrophysiology at Imperial College London. Dr Sandler was awarded a Clinical Fellow Training award from the British Heart Foundation in 2013.

Dr Sandler has been involved in clinical teaching MRCP candidates for the past 5 years and among other matters, helped organise the PACES exam at Tunbridge Wells in 2012. She has also completed many other teaching courses, including the RCP “On-the-job teaching” and “teaching for learning” at Imperial College London.

Dr Sandler enjoys teaching and has received excellent feedback since she has been teaching at Ealing

Imperial College London

Dr Bhavik Modi


Bhavik is an ST5 Cardiology SpR in the London Deanery.

Bhavik graduated in pre-clinical studies from Gonville & Caius College (University of Cambridge) in 2005 and University College London Medical School in 2008 with honours. After this he did Foundation training at University College Hospital London followed by Core Medical Training at Harefield, Royal Brompton and Hammersmith Hospitals. Since commencing as a specialist registrar in Cardiology, he has worked at The Royal London, Barnet and Royal Free Hospitals.

Bhavik has been teaching on the Hammersmith and Ealing PACES courses for the last 5 years having gained teaching experience from organising several regional teaching programmes during his training and is the youngest ever recipient of the University College London ‘Top Teacher Award’. Bhavik has obtained excellent feedback on his teaching since he has been teaching on the Ealing & Hammersmith PACES

London Deanery

Dr George Tharakan


George graduated from the Royal Free School of Medicine in 2003. Having attended the Ealing PACES, course, he successfully passed PACES at his first attempt before becoming an academic clinical fellow in Endocrinology.

He is currently in his final year as a PhD student researching the metabolic benefits of bariatric surgery.

George has extensive experience in teaching that began in medical school when he helped designed a novel device for improving surgical techniques. He has taught at the Ealing PACES course for the last three years and has previously been a PACES host registrar at Watford General Hospital where he gained experience in writing station

Watford General Hospital

Dr Husain Shabeeh


Dr Shabeeh BSc MBBS MRCP PhD is a Consultant Cardiologist at Kings College Hospital and Croydon University Hospital. He qualified from Guy’s, King’s & St. Thomas’ Hospitals School of Medicine and trained in London including at King's College Hospital and The Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals. He has a PhD in Cardiovascular Medicine from King’s College London School of Medicine, investigating the role of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in human vascular function.

Dr Shabeeh has been teaching for many years and joined the Ealing PACES team in 2014, bringing with him a passion for clinical and bedside

North-West Thames London Rotation

Dr James Harrison


James is a Consultant Cardiologist at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He undertook pre-clinical studies at Magdalene College, Cambridge and clinical training at Green College, Oxford, graduating in 2005. His Foundation training was at University Hospital of South Manchester. He moved to London in 2007 for Core Medical Training at St Mary’s Hospital, was awarded MRCP in 2008 and in 2009 he was appointed to an Academic Clinical Fellowship in Cardiology at Imperial College. In 2010, he was awarded a British Heart Foundation Clinical Research Training Fellowship to undertake a PhD at St Thomas’ Hospital in cardiac electrophysiology and cardiac magnetic resonance. He completed his training in Cardiology as an Academic Clinical Lecturer at St Thomas’ Hospital, before appointment to his current position. 

James has been teaching on the Ealing PACES course since 2010 and has consistently received excellent candidate

Hammersmith Hospital

Dr Jasmine Ishorari


Dr Jasmine Ishorari is a Rheumatology and General Internal Medicine specialty registrar at the London Deanery and has worked at the Royal Free Hospital NHS foundation trust, Imperial College Hospital NHS trust and University College Hospital London. She is currently doing research involving Musculoskeletal ultrasonography and Elastosonography in Scleroderma. Jasmine graduated from St. Johns National Academy of Health Sciences, Bangalore, India, following which she completed her Foundation and Core medical training at the Mersey deanery. Jasmine has enjoyed teaching at the Hammersmith and Ealing Paces courses since 2013 and believes that this course provides a comprehensive array of cases for the PACES exam, thereby offering excellent value for time and

London Deanery

Dr John Baksi


Dr John Baksi is a Consultant Cardiologist at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and Honorary Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College London.

John graduated with an honours in medicine from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2000 , having obtained a 1st class intercalated B.Sc. degree in Neuroscience in 1997 during his undergraduate studies. He achieved membership of the Royal College of Physicians of London in 2004, as well as gaining a national training number for specialist training in cardiology and general (internal) medicine in North West Thames. In 2007, he undertook his PhD studentship with the Cardiovascular Physiology Group at the International Centre for Circulatory Health, NHLI, Imperial College London, with funding from the Coronary Flow Trust. In this, John utilised a technique called wave intensity analysis to provide insight into the formation of the arterial pressure waveform.

Following his PhD, John was selected for Advanced Imaging Fellowships at St. Mary’s and Hammersmith Hospitals (Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust) and a CMR Fellowship at the Royal Brompton Hospital which provided subspecialist training in advanced imaging modalities. John completed specialist training in cardiology in August 2013.

John’s current post at the Royal Brompton Hospital includes responsibility for assisting with delivery of the clinical CMR service, specialist cardiomyopathy services and supporting the heart failure service. Research activity includes pheno-geno correlation in dilated cardiomyopathy, as well as ongoing academic interest in imaging, cardiac genetics and cardiomyopathy.

John has almost 15 years experience in undergraduate and post graduate teaching and clinical training positions. He has been a Lecturer at Hammersmith Medicine since 2005, regularly delivering the cardiology session for MRCP Part 1. John has received consistently excellent feedback for his enthusiastic teaching at Ealing PACES since June

Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Krishna Chinthapalli


Dr Krishna Chinthapalli is a neurology registrar at St George’s Hospital, London. He graduated from Imperial College in 2005 and has been an honorary lecturer at Imperial College since 2008. He has been on the academic board of University College London, the board of Health Education North Central and East London, and is a school governor of a sixth form school. Since 2013, he has been a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Dr Chinthapalli has been teaching at Ealing PACES since

St George's Hospital

Dr Barbara McGowan


Dr McGowan read Biochemistry at Hertford College, Oxford University and Medicine at the Royal Free Hospital London in 1998. She was awarded a PhD from Imperial College in 2007 for investigating the role of gut hormones and other neuropeptides in appetite control. She was appointed as a Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Diabetes and Endocrinology at GSTT in 2009.

Dr McGowan leads the obesity bariatric service where she manages patients with complex obesity. Her areas of research interest include gut hormones and remission of type 2 diabetes post-bariatric surgery. Her endocrine specialty interests are in adrenal pituitary and hereditary neuroendocrine disease.

Dr McGowan has been teaching on the Ealing PACES course since 2003. She has a vast teaching experience at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. She is a lecturer, examiner and educational supervisor to BSc students for the Diabetes and clinical and molecular Endocrinology Bsc programme. She teaches the obesity/appetite module and endocrinology lectures. Her teaching modalities include bed-side teaching, case-based discussions, lectures and in out-patient settings. She is involved in examining medical students in OSCE exams, BSc students and she is also a PhD examiner. She has completed a postgraduate Master degree in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education at Imperial College London

Imperial College London

Dr Nicholas Annear


Dr Annear has recently been appointed Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Acute Medicine and Nephrology at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Qualification and Training

Dr Annear qualified from St George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London in 2003. He commenced training in Nephrology and General as an Academic Clinical Fellow at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in 2006. He was appointed as an NIHR Clinical Lecturer and Honorary Specialist Registrar in Nephrology and General Medicine in 2014. He has a special interest in Acute Kidney Injury. He has been teaching MRCP candidates for over 8 years.


Dr Annear was awarded his PhD from UCL in 2013 in ‘the role of glycosylation in regulating hypoxia signalling’. His research was funded by the Wellcome Trust. Whilst a Clinical Lecturer at King’s College London, he has developed his research interests to understand the role of glycosylation in regulating the immune response in transplantation.


Dr Annear has extensive experience in teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. He has previously completed the Imperial College ‘Teaching for Teachers’ course, and is currently undertaking the Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education at King’s College London.

Teaching for MRCP Examinations, within Ealing Paces and in general

Dr Annear has been helping to prepare candidates for the MRCP(UK) PACES examinations for over 8 years, and has consistently obtained excellent feedback on his teaching since he has been teaching at Ealing

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Philip Webster


Phil is a renal SpR on the North Thames Training Programme, starting in 2008. After graduating in 2003 he worked in both the UK and abroad before becoming a renal academic clinical fellow at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, going on to complete a PhD looking at the genomics and immunology of B-cell apoptosis at the MRC Clinical Sciences Centre at Imperial College London.
Phil has extensive teaching and education experience. He has been an instructor on a number of PACES courses including those at both Ealing and Hammersmith since 2011. He has also taught on the Trent Deanery ‘Medlink’ course, the London Deanery Emergency Medicine training programme and been an examiner for final year medical student OSCEs at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry.

He is currently working at the Royal London

Royal London Hospital

Dr Preeshila Behary


Dr Preeshila Behary, specialist Registrar in Endocrinology and Diabetes at Imperial College.

I qualified in 2005 from Leeds University. I moved to London to undergo my Core Medical Training at Kings’ College Hospital, before securing a Specialist Training post in Endocrinology and Diabetes within the North-West rotation. I am currently working on a PhD at Imperial, researching the mechanisms of weight loss and diabetes remission post Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery.
I have been teaching at both Ealing and Hammersmith MRCP PACES for the last 2 years and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I have also been involved in post-graduate lecturing for the University of Buckingham and facilitating undergraduate medical tutorials at

Imperial College London

Dr Richard Turner


Dr Richard Turner is a senior specialist registrar in respiratory medicine in the North East Thames region. He studied biological sciences at Pembroke College, Oxford before qualifying in medicine from the University of Birmingham in 2005. He passed PACES in early 2008. He is currently undertaking a clinical PhD at Homerton Hospital and Queen Mary University London into cough in tuberculosis. He has a number of publications and has presented his work at national and international meetings. He has been teaching since 1999 in various roles, originally as a private tutor for A-level sciences, but in recent years as a lecturer on the Barts Medical School lecture programme, and core medical training and respiratory registrar training days. He has also examined medical students and been an MRCP tutor since 2009. Dr Turner has been teaching at Ealing PACES since

Homerton Hospital

Dr Joban Sehmi


Dr Sehmi is a cardiology registrar in north-west London. He currently works at the Royal Brompton Hospital, where he is sub-specialising in advanced cardiac imaging. Dr Sehmi qualified with distinction from Guys and St Thomas Medical School in 2003, and was awarded a PhD in 2013 for his work investigating the genetic and environmental determinants of the increased risk of type-2 diabetes amongst Indian Asians compared to Europeans. This work led to multiple publications in several high impact factor journals. Dr Sehmi has extensive teaching experience, and has taught multiple cohorts of undergraduate and postgraduate medical students. He has taught regularly on MRCP courses since 2008, and feedback of his performance has been

Royal Brompton Hospital

Dr Shahid A Khan


Dr Khan is a Consultant Hepatologist and Adjunct Reader at Imperial College London. He qualified from Guy’s Hospital Medical School in 1994 and underwent specialist training in the Northwest London. He was awarded a PhD for studies on liver cancer from the University of London in 2003. Dr Khan is the lead author on the British guidelines for cholangiocarcinoma and co-author for the ILCA guidelines. He has published extensively, including original research articles, reviews and book chapters. Dr Khan is also Director of Clinical Studies at St Mary’s Hospital and Admissions Tutor panel for Imperial College London Medical

Imperial College London

Dr Shameem Mahmood


Dr Shameem Mahmood is a Locum Consultant at the National Amyloidosis Centre, London, having completed her haematology training at Kings College Hospital. She has an interest in Myeloma and Amyloidosis and is undertaking her MD currently, having published within this field. She has been teaching at the Ealing PACES course for many years, and enjoys the opportunity to teach at this course and in her current

National Amyloidosis Centre, London

Dr Sheba Jarvis


Sheba graduated in Medicine with a distinction (in both clinical sciences and special studies) from Guys, Kings and St Thomas’ School of Medicine and also holds a BSc (1st Class Hons) in Human Biology. She completed joint clinical and academic foundation training at Kings College Hospital and Hammersmith Hospital. Sheba also obtained experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology before proceeding to core medical training at Kings College Hospital and was appointed as an academic SpR in Endocrinology and Diabetes in the North West Thames rotation in 2010. She is currently undertaking a clinical research fellowship funded by the Wellcome Trust.

Sheba has enjoyed bedside teaching since the outset of becoming a junior doctor and has held a position of clinical skills facilitator in the past and she is also involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching at Imperial College London. Since 2013, Sheba has taught on the Ealing PACES course and she feels that this is a well-established course having personally developed the necessary skills required to approach the PACES exam when she attended as an SHO. As a tutor on the course now, she feels that the course structure allows ample time and exposure for candidates to obtain the same benefits as she did. Candidates can expect to see an excellent breadth of cases, fine tune their clinical skills and obtain constructive

Imperial College London


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