Dr Lucinda Etheridge
Secretary: Kate Finnie
Secretary email: email@example.com
Secretary telephone: 020 8725 3645
Dr Lucinda Etheridge is a consultant in general and adolescent paediatrics. Her clinical interests include ambulatory paediatrics and paediatric rheumatology. She is the named paediatrician for eating disorders at St George's Hospital.
Luci Etheridge is a consultant paediatrician and Honorary senior lecturer at St George's Hospital and St George's, University of London. She graduated from the University of Leeds in 2000 and trained in West Yorkshire and North London. After completing a PGCert in Medical Education she worked for 4 years for The Academic Centre of Medical Education at UCL, mainly working on postgraduate assessment with the GMC. During this time she also began doctoral level research in education with an EdD at the Institute of Education, University of London. In 2012 she undertook a senior fellowship in clinical leadership, sponsored by NHS London, before taking up a post at St George’s. She is a performance assessor for the GMC Fitness to Practise proceedings and part of the GMC’s Training Team for performance assessment.
Etheridge L, Boursicot K (2012)
- Workplace based assessment. Chapter 45 in Dent and Harden (eds), A Practical Guide for Medical Teachers, 4th edition. Elsevier, London.
Boursicot K, Etheridge L, Setna Z, Sturrock A, Kerr J, Smee S, Sambandam E. (2011)
- Performance in assessment: Consensus statement and recommendations from the Ottawa conference. Medical Teacher; 33 (5): 370-383
Etheridge L (ed) (2010).
- Oxford Assess and Progress Clinical Specialties. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Etheridge L, Parker C, Klaber R, Dearnley N, Keshwani K, Relph S. (2009)
- Identifying the concerns of medical students acting as peer sex educators. Clinical Teacher; 6: 241-44
Etheridge L, Sturrock A, Conlon L, Dacre J. (2009)
- GMC Tests of Competence: the assessment of poorly performing doctors. Clinical Risk; 15: 15-17
Etheridge L, Beverley DW, Ferrie C and McManus E. (2004)
- The use of beta interferon in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis. Archives of Disease in Childhood; 89: 789-91