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Carolyn Johnston originally trained as a solicitor. She has been senior lecturer in law at Kingston since 1992. She completed the MA in Medical Law and Ethics at King's College London in 1997 and has specialised in medical law since then. Carolyn is module leader for two level 6 modules; Medical Law & Ethics I and II. Between 2002 and 2005 she worked at the Ethox Centre, University of Oxford, as Project Officer for the UK Clinical Ethics Network and as Education and Training Coordinator for the Education for Ethics Support Project.
Carolyn is Adviser in Medical Law & Ethics, King's College London, School of Medicine. She has also recently been jointly appointed by the Institute of Medical Ethics as project development manager and assistant for the medical ethics and law education project. This 3 year project will undertake a review of ethics and law in the medical undergraduate curriculum and provide support to those involved in teaching the core curriculum.
Carolyn is a member of the Clinical Ethics Committees at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London and also at Central and North West London Mental Health Trust.
In 2005 Carolyn was awarded a Promising Researcher Fellowship through Kingston University. Research was carried out in collaboration with University of Oxford to evaluate the range of legal, ethical and social issues arising in cases where the refusal of medical treatment by a competent teenager is overridden.
David Armstrong is a medical sociologist and health services researcher with a particular interest in primary care. Current projects include a study of the prognostic significance of abnormal liver function tests, an evaluation of new services for patients with personality disorder, a study of the diffusion of new technology in urology, a study of the impact of DNA-based risk factors on behaviour and a project concerned with identifying the factors predisposing to poor sleep patterns.
He is a member of the Medical Research Council and Chairs its Health Services and Public Health Research Board as well as a number of other MRC Committees and Working Groups.Review:
The style of the book ensures its readability. It is written in a pithy "note form" style with the book's mascot - the crash-helmeted bike rider - presiding over important "need to know" stuff...the stuff that virtually every doctor will eventually need. Dr Jeremy Sager, Univadis
The curriculum coverage is comprehensive and the level of detail throughout is impressive. This book is delightfully easy to read and logically arranged.
I really enjoyed reading this book and it will come in handy in some of my teaching.
Dr Steven De Wilde, GP Trainer and Academic, Tooting, South London
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