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Richard Knox

Clinical Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

Dr Richard Knox achieved his MBChB from the University of Birmingham in 2001, and his B.Med.Sci in 1998. He completed his GP training in Sandwell and Dudley. He achieved his MRCGP in 2007 and joined the University of Nottingham as an associate academic clinical lecturer in the same year. His current post as clinical lecturer began in 2009. He is also working part-time as a GP in Nottingham.

Expertise Summary

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Undergraduate teaching

Teaching Summary

Dr Knox teaches in the areas of ethics, professionalism, communication skills, and clinical skills. He is also the module convenor for Early Clinical Professional Development (compulsory course for… read more

Research Summary

Dr Knox is currently undertaking his Master's degree in Clinical Education. His research interests include medical education, ethical decision making and primary care medical education.

Recent Publications

  • Medical School Ethics Committee- Member

Dr Knox teaches in the areas of ethics, professionalism, communication skills, and clinical skills. He is also the module convenor for Early Clinical Professional Development (compulsory course for year 1 and 2 undergraduate medical students).

School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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