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Professor Veronica Wilkie

Professor of Primary Care

Institute of Health & Society

Contact Details

email: v.wilkie@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 542649

I work as a GP at the Corbett Medical Practice for half the week and in the University for the other half. I am seconded to health Education England looking at 21st Century Workforce in primary care, and work as academic program lead on the post CCT urgent and Acute Care fellowship which runs in the East, West midlands, 3 London deaneries and Kent Surrey and Sussex deaneries. Before I came to the university my research and consultancy was on clinical leadership nationally and internationally. I enjoy teaching and particularly enjoy looking at Evidence Based Practice and research methodology.

Qualifications:
MBChB- Medicine and Surgery
DGM- Diploma in Geriatric Medicine
DCH- Diploma in Child Health
DRCOG- Diploma from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Dip Occ Med- Diploma in Occupational Medicine
DPD- Diploma in Practical Dermatology
CIDC- Certificate in Diabetes Care
MSc- Evidence Based Practice
FRCGP- Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners
MFMLM- Member of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management

 

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

 

Teaching Interests:

Anything a GP can do...
Evidence Based Medicine
Dermatology
Leadership
Healthcare service evaluation

 

Research Interests:

Health Service and Quality Improvement
Leadership

 

Professional Bodies

Professional Bodies

Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners
Member of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management
Founding Member of Scaling the Heights
MDU
BMA
Publications

Publications

Wilkie V. (2014) British general practice: another Collings moment? British Medical Journal, 349:g6274.

Morgan-Jones D, and Wilkie V. (2013) Development of a leadership strategy for the Royal College of General Practitioners. Education for Primary Care, 24(1): 73-76.

Wilkie V and Spurgeon P. (2013) Translation of the Medical Leadership Competency Framework into a multisource feedback form for doctors in training using a verbal protocol technique. Education for Primary Care, 24(1): 36-44.

Wilkie V. (2012) Leadership and management for all doctors. British Journal of General Practice: 230-231.

Wilkie V. (2010) Leadership for GPs. InnovAiT, 3(8): 4730478.

Hadley J, Kulier R, Zamora J and Wilkie V et al. (2010) Effectiveness of an e-learning course in evidence-based medicine for foundation (internship) training. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

Wilkie V. (2009) Online learning in primary care: the importance of e-professionalism. Education for Primary Care, 20(6) 423-424.

Palmer R, Cragg R, Wall D, and Wilkie V. Team and leadership styles of jurnior doctors. The International Journal of Clinical Leadership, 16(3): 131-135.

Flanagan H, and Wilkie V. (2007) ‘Team Leadership’ in Chambers R, Mohanna K, Spurgeon P and Wall D (eds) How to succeed as a leader. Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing.

 

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities

Partner at The Corbett Medical Practice, Droitwich
Trustee of the Charles Hastings Education Centre
Governor at St Richards Hospice
Steering group member Select – D ( research)
Chair steering group PecFent/Epistatus (research)
Vice Chair Midland Faculty of RCGP
Curriculum Editor of the RCP GP curriculum