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Meet the team and join your borough’s regular Multi-professional Educator Groups and other forums. 

Joining Borough meetings will support you in your role as an educator or supervisor and equip you with tools, resources and ideas to support your learners. If you already support – or plan to support – learners with their education, or you have a role as a clinical supervisor or similar, or lead professional or multidisciplinary forums in PCNs or across boroughs, then you are invited to attend the Multi-professional Education Group (MPEG) meetings in your borough. 

Your group will support you in multiple ways, including giving guidance, developing your educator skills and providing pre-planned educational materials. These groups are in addition to the GP Trainers Groups that take place across NCL. If you are GP Trainer, you are welcome to attend both. You can register your interest by clicking on the button below and the Faculty will provide contact details for your Borough Programme Director. 

Meet your Borough Lead Educator


Rakhee Shah is the clinical lead for multi-professional education for Barnet. Alongside her clinical practise as a GP she also supports the delivery of teaching to a wide range of the primary care workforce including GP assistants, GP nurses and Health Care Support workers. She is also involved in the UCL medical student teaching programme. Rakhee is particularly interested in creating multi-professional learning groups and helping to identify and nurture educators from all professional backgrounds.  


Chaima Hale is a Physician Associate, working in a Camden GP practice, and the co-lead educator for Camden. Chaima is also the Health Education England Physician Associate Ambassador for North Central London. Chaima is keen to develop quality assured guidance frameworks for supervision and training of multi-professional teams.  

Rachel Ibberson is a GP, GP trainer and GP appraiser working within Camden and NCL.  Rachel is the co-lead educator for Camden and has an interest in multi-professional education. 

Rachel and Chaima aim to create an inclusive and supportive network for multi-professional clinical supervisors within the borough.  


Gemma Bailey is a salaried GP working in Enfield and is the Enfield lead educator. Gemma works with the GP fellowship programme in Enfield, providing education and support to newly qualified GPs.  She also works with undergraduates in the clinical humanities department at King’s Medical School. Gemma mentors first5 GPs on the GP mentor programme and is passionate about the use of coaching to help healthcare workers realise their potential.  


Mei Mei Till is a GP Partner in Central Haringey and is Haringey’s lead educator. Mei Mei is also a GP Trainer and a qualified ILM5 coach for Newly Qualified GPs. She is a GP Tutor for UCL medical school and she delivers coaching and leadership training for Coachdoc in Haringey. Mei Mei’s aim is to create a multi-professional learning group which is nurturing and inclusive for all educators within the borough. 


Rini Paul is a salaried GP in Islington and Islington’s lead educator. Rini is also a Teacher Development Lead at King’s Undergraduate Medical Education in the Community, a GP appraiser and a NCL Clinical Lead for Schwartz Rounds. Rini is interested in inter-professional reflective/learning spaces; mentoring; and equality, diversity and inclusion, particularly race and racism in healthcare. 

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Tim Green is chair of the NCL Education Faculty. Tim is a GP, educator and coach working in Enfield. Tim is passionate about encouraging staff development and supporting everyone to achieve their goals. Read Tim’s blog about becoming and educator here.

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