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Pan-London GP Academic Clinical Fellows

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Organising Committee
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Kerran Kandola
Chair of the Organising Committee

Kerran Kandola is an ST1 academic clinical fellow in primary care based at UCL, London. Her research area of interest is palliative and end-of-life care amongst ethnic minority groups.  Prior to starting GP training she spent six months in Myanmar working with local GPs and helped to set up and deliver their first ever palliative care education and training day. Interests include; yoga, playing the piano, baking and reading. 


Maitri Shila Tursini 

I am an ACF GPST2 at King’s College London. I trained at UCL and went on to do my master’s degree at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in sexual and reproductive health research. My research interest is community sexual and reproductive health, and I will be carrying out a project in this field during my academic time. I am also a mother and a less than full time trainee and I am very passionate about improving the LTFT experience. Hope you enjoy the conference and get inspired to pursue your own research interests! 


Atinuke Akinmolayan 

Atinuke Akinmolayan is an ST1 Academic Clinical Fellow in Primary Care with UCL based in North Central London. Her research area of interest is cardiovascular epidemiology and preventative cardiovascular disease in ethnic minorities. She volunteers with Daughters of Africa NGO, a Gambian based charity, to deliver virtual educational sessions on health promotion to the local community. Her hobbies include spinning, playing netball and going on holidays.  



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Agalya Ramanathan

Agalya is a GP Registrar on the Royal Free VTS and is an NIHR academic clinical fellow with an interest in medical education. She also likes cooking, going for walks and reading in her spare time. 


Adam Harvey-Sullivan

Adam Harvey-Sullivan is an academic clinical fellow in primary care working in East London. He has a Masters in Public Health from LSHTM with his research, in collaboration with Doctors of the World UK, focussing on migrant health in the UK. His interests include health inequity, social justice and the wider determinants of health. His work includes improving access to healthcare for marginalised communities during the COVID-pandemic with Medical Aid Films and the Royal College of General Practitioners Health Inequalities group's work on improving uptake of vaccinations in vulnerable groups of patients.

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Sarah Pocknell

Sarah is a GP ST3 in Tower Hamlets, East London and an Academic Clinical Fellow at Queen Mary University of London. She is currently completing her MSc in Healthcare Professions Education at University College London. Her research interests include professional identity formation and narrative methodology. Her clinical interests lie in contraceptive choice (DFSRH) and mental health. She jas recently become a ‘dog-parent’ to a bonkers Golden Retriever!


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