Dr Nick Cooper
Faculty Advisory Board Member
Dr Nick Cooper is the Associate Professor for Clinical Education and Programme Lead for the Masters in Clinical Education at Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Nick qualified as a doctor in London in 1976. He moved to the South West in 1980 to train as a GP, and became a GP trainer in 1987. He lectured in primary care and general practice at Plymouth University in the 1990s and played a key role in establishing the Peninsula Medical School from its inception in 2001.
In 2010 he spent some time at Harvard Medical School and was appointed by Plymouth as an Associate Professor in Clinical Education in 2011. He was one of the first Fellows of the Academy of Medical Educators and was elected to its Council in 2013 – he currently serves as lead for assessment and as Chair of the Membership Committee.
(Text and image from Plymouth University)