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Professor Edward Peile

Job Title
Warwick Medical School - Education and Development
024 7657 3088
Research Interests

Having directed the Oxford New Teachers' course, Ed retains a keen interest in faculty development, as well as multiprofessional education, and sleep medicine. He currently does clinical sessions in paediatrics.


Professor Ed Peile MB, BS, EdD, ILTM, FRCP, FRCGP, FRCPCH, MRCS, DCH, DRCOGEd Peile is Professor of Medical Education and Associate Dean for Teaching at Warwick Medical School, where his responsibilities include the MB ChB degree course, Postgraduate Medical Education, and Medical Education Research. </p>Ed graduated from Middlesex Hospital, London in 1975. As well as specialist training inpaediatrics and renal medicine, Ed trained as a GP, starting the practice in Aston Clinton in 1983. Ed had the satisfaction of seeing the practice develop from a struggling single-handed practice with no patients on day one, to the 5,500 patient PMS teaching practice, which he finally left in 2003. </p> Ed reduced to part-time General Practice in 1998, in order to take up joint posts at Oxford, working both in the postgraduate deanery and in the Dept of Primary Health Care at University of Oxford, where he developed the early years clinical course for the Graduate-entry fast-track students. This experience proved extremely helpful at University of Warwick, where the Medical School is exclusively graduate entry.</p>Ed's doctoral thesis at Oxford Brookes University was on process and outcome in GP Registrar education.

Title Funder Award start Award end
Application for support for a conference Wellcome Trust 01 Apr 2009 30 Apr 2009
How prepared are medical graduates to begin medical practice: A comparison of three diverse UK medical schools University of Newcastle 01 May 2007 30 Apr 2008
UK Residents Work Hours Research Programme The NHS Confederation 01 Oct 2006 30 Nov 2007
Values based Medicine: New Tools and New Applications Wellcome Trust 01 Jan 2007 31 Mar 2007
Predicting serious infection in children - the Warwick - Oxford Childrens Infection Study University of Oxford 01 Jan 2005 31 Dec 2005
Advancing sleep research and education Cephalon UK 01 Oct 2004 01 Oct 2005