Since 1996 Chris has been involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education as a clinical practice facilitator, lecturer, clinical teacher, and since 2006 as part-time Senior Lecturer in the Department of Medical Education of BSMS.
He is course leader for the MSc Trauma and Orthopaedics course and the postgraduate Diabetes courses and contributes to Public Health, Research Methods and Critical Appraisal, and Evidence Based Practice modules. He has recently developed a new PG Cert Diabetes in Primary Care and he supervises dissertation and undergraduate individual research project students.
In conjunction with the Faculty of Homeless and Inclusion Health and the Pathway charity he arranges the BSMS Inclusion Health continuing professional development days.
Chris runs a student-selected component ‘Healthcare of Homeless People’ and lectures on Primary Care for Homeless People and on Effective Discharge of Homeless People From Hospital in the BSMS undergraduate curriculum.