Professor Lindsey Pope
- Professor of Medical Education (Medicine)
- Associate (Institute of Health & Wellbeing)
Professor Lindsey Pope is a GP and Professor of Medical Education.
She is the Director of Community Based Medical Education and Director of Professionalism at the Undergraduate Medical School. She is a Deputy Director of the Scottish School of Primary Care. She is a GMC Education Associate with involvement in regional and school reviews, new school approvals and most recently as a Team Leader for the CPSA component of the new national MLA (Medical Licensing Assessment).
Her other national assessment roles include as an Examiner for the Royal College of GPs and as an author for the PSA (Prescribing Skills Assessment). She is an approved GP trainer and has been involved in teaching and training across the continuum of medical education. She contributes to teaching and assessment in the undergraduate medical school as well as the Health Professions Education programme.
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- Utilisation of Activity Theory to understand teaching and learning in general practice.
- GP careers.
- Doctors’ wellbeing.
- Assessment of professionalism
Grants and Awards listed are those received whilst working with the University of Glasgow.
- To develop evidence-based interventions to support doctors' well-being and promote resilience during COVID-19 related transitions (and beyond)
Chief Scientist Office
2020 - 2020
- A continuum approach to near peer teaching in general practice
NHS Education for Scotland
2018 - 2019
- Alreshidi, Abdulrahman Mohammad F
Iodine nutrition, thyroid disease and metabolism