Author of 12 books (two in pure cardiology and others in general medicine and cardiology) and numerous published educational articles.
Given over 250 plenary talks in cardiomyopathies and athlete’s heart at international cardiac conferences.
Abstract marker for the European Society of Cardiology and Europrevent.
Wrote the department of health management guidelines for the ion channel disorders for NSF chapter 8.
Lectured at several national cardiology, sports medicine and echocardiography conferences.
Abstract marker for the British Society of Cardiology
Lectured at regional specialist registrar training days,CRY and BHF .
Educational supervisor for several SpR, ST1, ST2, FY1, FY2 doctors since 2001
Educational supervisor for 4 to 6 clinical research fellows (MD Res and PhD) in cardiology 2007 onward
Examine medical school OSCEs and special study modules
Getting to the Heart of an Athlete
My role as Professor of Inherited Cardiac Disease in sport at St George's University of London involves investigation of the structural and electrical functioning of the heart and how it responds to exercise. My work focuses on establishing more knowledge about the normal parameters of athletes' hearts to ensure they are not unnecessarily advised to abandon a sporting career.
MRCP 2 Courses
I established Medibyte Academy the UK's leading intensive course for passing the MRCP 2 written examination in 1994, and successfully coached over 8000 doctors to pass the exam by 2017. Medibyte tutorials were designed to ensure that future generations of physicians will make excellent, thoughtful and clinically meticulous doctors.
Rapid Review of Clinical Medicine
I wrote the bestseller Rapid Review of Clinical Medicine for MRCP Part 2 in 2000, and the second edition was published in 2006. It is an invaluable resource for junior doctors, with 400 self-assessment cases and data interpretation questions covering all aspects of internal medicine.