The PCI Academy brings to the market a unique, accessible, learning offer for primary healthcare practitioners working globally. All modules are developed by family medicine doctors and are based on the latest evidence and guidelines. The PCI Academy draws on PCI's experience and global expertise in primary healthcare workforce strengthening across 28 countries with 15 partners over the past seven years.
Primary Care International (PCI) is a social enterprise passionate about strengthening primary healthcare globally in order to get quality healthcare to all. We work with partners to strengthen the primary healthcare workforce and the systems around them, with a particular focus on non-communicable diseases (NCDs). PCI was founded in 2014 by leading British medical education provider for primary care practitioners Red Whale. Current partners range from the WHO and UNHCR through to Ministries of Health through to NGOs including MSF and the International Rescue Committee. To find out more visit our website https://pci-360.com/
Mamsallah is PCI's Clinical Director. She is a
practising GP in London and Lagos and Faculty at the Healthcare Leadership Academy, Lagos.
Helen is a GP in East London. She is also NCD Advisor for the MSF Access Campaign and provides technical support for their HIV/TB project and to WHO and the International AIDS Society.
Reina is a GP and medical director of a primary healthcare centre in Beirut. She also works for a health economics and outcome research consultancy firm.
Kiran works as a GP in the UK and with Queen Margaret University and the College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences, Sierra Leone on NCD action research projects.
Anushka is a GP in London, She has experience working in migrant health, and as a digital health leader, both privately and in the NHS where she is Medical Director for a GP Federation.
Silvia is a Family Physician in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She holds a Masters Degree in Health Policy and Planning from LSHTM and a Diploma in Tropical Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians.
Penny is a GP in South East London. She also teaches evidence-based medicine and communication skills to specialist trainees and medical students, and has international experience in family medicine & nurse mentorship.
Lucinda has worked as a GP in London and with MSF in Jordan. She holds an honorary research fellow position at LSHTM, and is undertaking a part-time DPhil at the University of Oxford.
Caroline trained as a family medicine doctor in the US and now works as a GP in an inner-city practice in the UK. She also holds a Masters in Public Health.
Khairat is a GP, medical educator, consultant and researcher. She runs an in- and outpatient practice in Beirut and is also a faculty member at a prominent medical school in Lebanon teaching family medicine and social medicine.
Tineke is a Nurse and Educational Trainer. She has worked in a variety of primary health care settings globally and is currently training healthcare professionals in the Netherlands prepare to work in low-income settings.
David is a GP on a remote Scottish Island. He has worked in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and as a palliative care facilitator and lecturer in the UK and in India.
Barbara is a UK based GP, working also as a GP appraiser and GP mentor for doctors in difficulty. She has previously worked in rural hospitals in South Africa.
Enrique trained in nursing in Spain and public health in the UK. He is currently a lecturer, postdoctoral researcher and consultant nurse in communication and research.
Marian is a GP, basedin the UK, whilst also working in a variety of settings globally, working alongside teams developing services, mentoring and delivering education materials.
Peter is a GP with thirty years experience in family medicine. In addition to his work with asylum seekers for the NHS, he has extensive international experience, including four years working in Tunisia.
Sarah is a GP with extensive international experience in building capacity in healthcare professionals in resource-poor settings, with a focus on pragmatic, evidence-based training and support.
Robert is a Clinical Officer in Uganda and PCI Academy facilitator. He was a previous learner on PCI's face to face course: alumni turned facilitator.