List of Mentors

All of our SAPC mentors have a strong committment to supporting career development of academics and teachers in primary care.  Once your application to be a mentee has been accepted please select three mentors (from the list below) and submit your choices to Sue Stewart who will contact the mentors and notify you when you have been paired with a mentor.

  • Rebecca Barnes, Bristol
    • Senior Research Fellow in Primary Care
  • Christine Bond, Aberdeen
    • Professor of Primary Care (Pharmacy)
  • **Peter Bower, Manchester
    • Professor of Health Services Research and Lead at the Centre for Primary Care
  • Sandra Eldridge, Queen Mary University London
    • Professor of Biostatistics and joint lead of the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health
  • Kerry Hood, Cardiff
    • Professor of Statistics and Director of the South East Wales Trials Unit (SEWTU)
  • Melvyn Jones, University College London
    • Senior Lecturer in General Practice, part time GP and Honorary Consultant for NHS England Midlands & Herts
  • David Kessler, Bristol
    • Reader in Primary Care
  • Rachel Lindley, Manchester
    • Senior Lecturer (teaching focused), lead for the Community Based Medical Education Team and GP
  • **Anne MacFarlane, Limerick
    • Professor of Primary Healthcare Research
  • Bob McKinley, Keele
    • Professor of Education in General Practice
  • Rebecca Morris, Manchester
    • Research Fellow
  • **Kate O'Donnell, Glasgow
    • Professor of Primary Care Research and Development
  • **Elizabeth Orton, Nottingham
    • Associate Professor in Public Health and Consultant in Public Health at Leicestershire CC
  • **Joanne Reeve, Hull York Medical School
    • Professor of Primary Care Research and a GP
  • **Danielle van der Windt, Keele
    • Professor of primary care epidemiology
  • **Fiona Wood, Cardiff
    • Senior Lecturer in the Institute of Primary Care and Public Health

** indicates a mentor who does not have any current capacity to take on a new mentee

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