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Consultant gastroenterologist and hepatologist Professor Laith Al-Rubaiy shares his fascinating journey into medicine – from Iraq to the UK.
Dr Barbara Lachana Onen, acute/general internal medicine consultant, talks about her journey from war-torn Uganda to a medical career in the UK.
Peter Chiodini, clinical parasitologist and clinician, talks about his working-class childhood, his pathway into medicine and the importance of social mobility.
Consultant thoracic surgeon, Michael Gooseman, talks about the inspiration that led him to pursue a career as a doctor.
The Turner-Warwick lecturer scheme provides a sense of pride, builds confidence and gives encouragement to trainees across the UK.
Retired consultant, Dr Helen Newton, talks about her time as a locum consultant and her return to work post-retirement.
In this blog, Dr Alex Phillips – 2020 Turner-Warwick lecturer for Wales – talks about her experience with the lecturer scheme as an internal medicine trainee (IMT) and how it’s inspired her career going forward.
Consultant dermatologist Dr Dinesh Kumar shares his story of growing up in Bangalore, India, and how he was inspired to become a doctor.
In this blog, Dr Ken Baker – 2019 Turner-Warwick lecturer for the Northern region – talks about how the scheme for trainees helped him to stand out and still positively impacts his career today.