Dr Sukh Bahia is Consultant Psychiatrist and Director of Medical Education. He has overall responsibility for the strategic direction and delivery of postgraduate, undergraduate, Medical and Dental Education across the Trust.
Dr Osuchukwu is a Community Consultant Paediatrician and the Deputy Director of Medical Education in Milton Keynes. She leads on the CNWL Medical and Dental Education strategy, responsible for trainee posts mapping to Health Education Thames Valley (HETV). She is also leading on developing inter-professional learning opportunities locally.
Dr Angela Robinson is Deputy Director of Medical Education and a Consultant in Sexual Health based at Mortimer Market Centre, Camden PCT and UCLH. In her work she sees young people who attend the walk-in and rapid access clinics within contraceptive and GUM/HIV services. She is involved in influencing policies for young people particularly from the prospective of sexually transmitted infections.
Dr Grewal is a Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist and CNWL Deputy Director for Medical Education, with particular responsibility for Brent, Harrow and Hillingdon. He regularly acts as an examiner for the Royal College of Psychiatrists and Imperial Medical School, and has previously been a local College Tutor and CNWL Guardian of Safe Working.
Layth is responsible for the operational management of postgraduate and undergraduate medical training both in Psychiatry and the Medical specialties within CNWL. He works closely with the DME and Deputy DMEs to take forward CNWL’s medical education strategy.
Layth is lead for quality assurance reporting for Medical Education and also operational lead for SASG doctors CPD working closely with the SASG tutor for CNWL.
Titilayo is responsible for the operational management of the training programmes and the Postgraduate Medical Education department of the Trust. She is also responsible for the effective management of the study leave process for doctors in training within the Trust and all higher trainees in North West Thames.
Richard is responsible for coordinating undergraduate allocations for Imperial College Medical School students who are on placement at all five sites at CNWL. He also liaises with consultants at several sites for students to attend specific clinics including; Learning Disabilities teaching day, Local CAMHS clinics, ECT clinics, Ethics sessions, Perinatal clinics, Liaison clinics, Mock PACES, and provides support for the Medical Education Group (MEG) meetings.
Richard works closely with Dr Jeffery Fehler, Director for Clinical Studies (DCS), Dr Ben Hall, Imperial Teaching Fellow, and Annette McMayo Undergraduate Teaching Coordinator at West London Mental Health and the Faculty Education Office at Imperial Medical School.
Bunmi is responsible for managing the psychiatry education programmes including the Core Regional training (MRCPsych) course, mock CASC Exam, and foundation year simulations. Bunmi provides support to a variety of educational working groups, co-ordinates Junior Doctors Induction programme and provides day to day administrative cover in the Postgraduate Medical Education office.
Bunmi also supports the Foundation School Psychiatry Training Programme Director and Deputy Director of Education and Training Programme Director Core Psychiatry North West London.
Shantal is Personal Assistant to the Director of Medical Education. Shantal holds sole responsibility for the day-to-day running and management of diaries and the organisation of Executive/Board meetings. She is also an active member of the Post Graduate Medical Education Team involved in day to day administrative cover, additional project work and organising both internal and external events. Shantal edits and coordinates the quarterly Post Graduate Medical Education Newsletter for our junior doctors, trainers, medical students and consultants and updates the postgraduate medical education website.
Joanna provides Medical Education administrative support to CNWL trainees based in Milton Keynes. Jo organises local inductions, supports the acting Deputy Director of Medical Education and is the main point of contact for trainees in Milton Keynes.
Shenoah Manages and Coordinates the Junior Doctors Induction programme and provides day to day administrative cover in the Postgraduate Medical Education office. Shenoah is also responsible for planning and coordinating the Trust Learning Round.
Louisa provides administrative support cover in the Postgraduate Medical Education office and provides support to the Camden Junior Doctors Corporate Induction Programme every six months. She also supports the Head of Medical Education and Deputy DME for Diggory/Goodall.
Louisa is responsible for planning and coordinating the CNWL Trainee Forum as well as Academic Meetings and Psychiatry Local Induction and Mandatory Training Sessions. Louisa also helps organise and facilitate the SASG conference as well as the Camden Committee and Faculty Meetings.
Marco is responsible for planning and coordinating the delivery of Library and Knowledge professional team, access points, resources and evidence support services for all CNWL staff, trainees and placement students; and ensuring that access to the evidence base that underpins the Trust’s quality care agenda is clearly signposted and promoted through all corporate communication channels. Marco also supervises the availability and provision of eLearning modules through the Learning and Development Zone for all staff’s mandatory and CPD requirements.
Ma’ali is the named outreach librarian for the Diggory division. She is responsible for promoting and facilitating access to library and knowledge services and resources. She is an expert teacher in a range of information skills training courses (such as ‘searching for evidence’; ‘critically appraising the evidence’); carries out mediated literature searches in support of practice, service development, audit, personal studies and CPD; and produces literature alerts and bulletins to keep Diggory staff up to date with the latest evidence.
Abir is the named outreach librarian for the Goodall division. He is responsible for promoting and facilitating access to library and knowledge services and resources. He delivers a range of information skills training courses (such as ‘searching for evidence’; ‘critically appraising the evidence’); carries out mediated literature searches in support of practice, service development, audit, personal studies and CPD; and produces literature alerts and bulletins to keep Goodall staff up to date with the latest evidence. Abir develops and designs eLearning modules for CNWL staff’s learning needs.
Mike works at the Library and Knowledge Hub at St Charles’ Hospital; one of his main roles is providing copies of requested articles for staff and students across the Trust. He also provides speedy literature searches.