Gerard Gormley


  • Room 04.027 - Dunluce Avenue - Health Centre

    United Kingdom

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In 2018 I was appointed as the inaugural chair in Simulation and Clinical Skills, in the Centre for Medical Education (CME), Queen’s University Belfast.

In this role, I strive for excellence in developing competent, caring and critical thinking health and social care professionals. Grounded in my role as a general practitioner, I bring a broad view to simulation and its many roles in health and social care. I have a focus of extending the reach of simulation into areas that traditionally have not utilized this form of teaching - including general practice and the care of individuals with mental health conditions. I draw upon theory and contemporaneous health and social care needs - to guide my simulation related practice and research. Core to my work is person-centred care, social justice and well-being of health and social care professionals.


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