Several Royal Free London doctors and teams have been celebrated for their outstanding commitment to the education of UCL medical school students in this year’s Excellence in Medical Education Awards (EMEAs).

Awarded by the UCL medical school to those who have made “exceptional contributions to education”, the EMEAs are an annual opportunity to reward those who have demonstrated excellence in their teaching.

This year, we congratulate the following Royal Free Hospital doctors who have received awards in the individual winners’ category:

  • Dr Sam Burridge, clinical teaching and research fellow in ophthalmology (pictured below, left)
  • Dr Jane Lowery, consultant anaesthetist (pictured below, right)

And to the following teams, who have received awards in the team winner categories:

  • Teach Paediatrics and Inspire QI Team,  Royal Free and Barnet Hospitals (pictured below, top)
  • Renal Team, Royal Free Hospital (pictured below, bottom)

Dr Paul Dilworth, Royal Free site sub dean and Year 1 academic lead for UCL medical school said:

“Colleagues at the Royal Free London work incredibly hard to ensure that the next generation of clinicians receive top quality education. We’re very proud of our teaching, and it’s wonderful to see so many of our teams and doctors recognised in this way. This year the Royal Free London did particularly well in these awards.”