Course Organiser - Dr Nigel Giam

Hello! My name is Nigel Giam and I have been involved in teaching and  
medical education since 1998.

I attained a Distinction in Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) in 1997 from
Guys and St Thomas's Medical School and during my preparation for
medical finals I realised the importance of practice and peer support in
attaining success in the exam and beyond.

I qualified as a GP in 2002 from SLOVTS (Guys and St Thomas' VTS)
having previously worked as a Medical Registrar and OSCE/PACES
Course Organiser at St.Thomas'. I work as a GP in a teaching practice
in North West London.

I am a GPST Programme Director for the London Deanery and oversee
the postgraduate training and education of GP ST trainees on the St
Mary's Vocational Training Scheme.

I have worked as a Senior OSCE Examiner and have over 15 years of
OSCE case setting experience. I currently work as a GP Seminar
Leader and Lecturer for several undergraduate medical schools in
London including GKT and Imperial.

Over the years I have helped to train and support thousands of
students and doctors through both undergraduate and postgraduate

My philosophy is simple.

"Create an environment that supports learners at an individual
level so that it is always remembered as personal teaching.
Centre your learning around patients, as ultimately it will be
patient centred medicine you will aspire to practice. Practice
makes Perfect."

I wish you all the best in your preparation for finals and look forward to
meeting you soon on the Mentor OSCE course!
Best Wishes
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