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Dr Peter J EdwardsAFHEA

Academic Clinical Fellow

Peter Edwards

Dr Peter J EdwardsAFHEA

Academic Clinical Fellow

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Research interests

Peter started at the University of Bristol as an Academic Foundation Programme doctor (2015-2017). He subsequently secured an Elizabeth Blackwell Clinical Primer Research Fellowship (2017-2018) and also worked as an Effective Consulting tutor on the new MB21 curriculum. He is currently working as a GP Academic Clinical Fellow (2018-2022).

 

His main research interest is how healthcare professionals communicate safety-netting advice in primary care and is supervised by Dr Rebecca Barnes and Dr Matthew Ridd.

 

Academic awards / scholarships

  • 2018 - Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA).
  • 2017 - First prize for a research presentation in the ‘Inspiring the Future Poster Competition 2017’ at the RCGP Annual Primary Care Conference.
  • 2017 - Highly Commended for a quality improvement presentation in the ‘Inspiring the Future Poster Competition 2017’ at the RCGP Annual Primary Care Conference.
  • 2017 - Shortlisted: RCGP Foundation Doctor of the Year 2017.
  • 2017 - Elizabeth Blackwell Clinical Primer Research Fellowship
  • 2016 - BMJ ‘letter of the week’ for publication ‘Time for guidelines on safety netting?’
  • 2015 - The DA Williams Prize in Therapeutics for high performance in the prescribing safety assessment and a viva. Awarded by Cardiff University.
  • 2015 - The John Maclean Prize in Obstetrics & Gynaecology for high performance in the Final MB examinations and a viva. Awarded by Cardiff University.
  • 2014 - First prize for an oral presentation in the 'research' category at the Doctor’s Academy 4th International Academic and Research Conference.
  • 2013 - Cardiff Institute of Tissue Engineering and Repair (CITER) research bursary.
  • 2013 - The Ray Beverton Prize for the best final year student in all Biosciences Degree Schemes. Awarded by Cardiff University.
  • 2013 - The S. L. Stone Prize for the most meritorious final year student studying B.Sc. Biomedical Sciences (Physiology). Awarded by Cardiff University.
  • 2012 - Wolfson Intercalated Award for ‘outstanding’ intercalating medical students. Awarded by the Royal College of Physicians.

 

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Postal address:
School of Social and Community Medicine
39 Whatley Road
Bristol
BS8 2PS
United Kingdom
Postal address:
Canynge Hall
Whiteladies Road
Clifton
Bristol
United Kingdom