Our GP Derm and Paeds Course Lead Dr Emma Metters sadly left us this month to take a new post at St George's. She reflects on her time at Imperial below:
My time as GP Derm and Paeds Course Lead has come to an end but the good news is the wonderful Senita Mountjoy is returning from her maternity leave to take up the post again. She brings so much energy and enthusiasm for the courses that she was instrumental in the design of initial delivery of. I am sure she has many ideas of where she wants to take them so watch this space for new and exciting teaching developments on the horizon.
This is not really goodbye as I will be continuing my involvement in Imperial in various ways so may well cross paths with some of you again. I have really enjoyed my time at Imperial, in several different roles, and have gained a wealth of experience which I will be taking with me to my new role as Clinical Lecturer in Primary Care at St George’s University.
I hope many of you continue your involvement in the Derm and Peads courses and enjoy the richness of the teaching and learning opportunities they provide. The feedback remains, as always, excellent which is down to the quality of our tutors – so thank you all for your invested effort and commitment. It is hugely appreciated by the students and all of us in the department.
If you have any questions or want to know more about the Derm and Paeds teaching then do get in touch with Senita on email@example.com or the admin office.
I wish you all the best and hope I get the pleasure of working with you again in the future.
Dr Emma Metters
|Dr Senita Mountjoy (left)|
Dr Emma Metters (right)