Katie graduated in medicine from United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’s hospitals, London in 1994 and then trained to become a GP.
After working in the Cayman Islands for 7 months, she worked at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), London for 3 years working as a Medical Adviser providing care for employees posted overseas and Occupational health advice in London.
In 2003, she took up a GP partnership in a central London teaching practice where she worked as a GP and taught Imperial College undergraduates. In 2011, she moved to Singapore and was part of the team setting up a new medical school - a joint collaboration with Imperial College, London and NTU, Singapore. She created and implemented part of the early clinical practice course; delivered teaching in clinical communication and examination skills and became a house tutor looking after the welfare of medical students.
Her experience to date has given her a wide reaching insight into varied institutions, cultures and socio-economic groups. She joined the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust in 2018 as part of the workplace team delivering mental health awareness training to a number of different sectors and organisations.
"Very engaging and thought provoking. Well tailored to the company. The group was led brilliantly”
“Katie was very engaging and a very good trainer”
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