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Robyn Holmes

Senior Lecturer Practitioner
Faculty of Health, Medicine and Social Care
School of Medicine

Robyn is a GP working within the Chelmsford area and a keen educationalist. She has experience within primary care education, including undergraduate and post graduate teaching.

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Robyn graduated from King’s College London Medical school in 2017, and achieved her MBBS and a first class BSc (Hons) degree in clinical and molecular diabetes and endocrinology during this time.

She has always wanted to pursue a career in medical education, and has been a part of multiple mentoring and tutoring schemes in her career so far, as well as developing regional teaching for local medical schools during her foundation training.

She is currently working as a general practitioner in Chelmsford, and is pursuing a PGCert MedEd qualification to further develop her educational skills.

Research interests
  • Medical education
  • Frailty and palliative care
  • Improving cancer diagnosis and outcomes
  • BSc (Hons), 2014 Clinical and Molecular Diabetes and Endocrinology, King’s College London Medical School
  • MBBS 2017, King’s College London Medical School
  • MRCGP, 2022, Royal College of General Practitioners