Dr Beth Thomas
- February 8, 2016
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Dr Beth Thomas graduated from medical school in London in 2007, and following her personal experiences as a patient, left clinical practice in 2010 to pursue a career in clinical education. She has been involved in simulation training since 2009 and was officially welcomed into the team in 2010, bringing with her a great enthusiasm and passion for education.
In her current role as a Clinical Educator in Simulation, Beth designs, delivers and evaluates mixed-modality clinical simulation courses in a diversity of areas.
Beth is particularly passionate about using simulation to engage with the broader community, and leads the innovative and popular simulation-based health education programme Hands Up for Health (HUfH) for young people in Lambeth and Southwark.