Neil started life as an archaeologist but moved to healthcare in 2000. He graduated from the University of Wolverhampton Physician Associate Programme at the beginning of 2011 and has since worked in A&E and acute medicine and now primary care.
Neil completed an MSc in Health Sciences at Keele University in 2013, with a dissertation exploring the scope of practice of UK PAs. His current research interests include the use of point-of-care testing in primary care, health inequalities, and the Physician Associate profession in the UK and its impact on patient care.
At University of Worcester, Neil runs two modules: Emergency Medicine and Behavioural Medicine, as well as teaching across other modules in the Physician Associate programme and acting as admissions tutor
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