Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox is Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and General Practice in the Division of Primary Care and a sessional GP at Bakewell Medical Centre in the Peak District.
She qualified with distinction from Sheffield University Medical School in 1989 where she was awarded the Prize Medal in Medicine and Surgery finals, the Dr Louis Debson Prize for General Practice; the Sigmund Shultz prize for Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the Bronze Medal for final MB parts 11a and 11b (awarded to the best student in the year).
In 1995 she was awarded a distinction in the MRCGP examination and awarded FRCGP in 2005.She was made a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1994, becoming a Fellow in 2013. Following training in both general medicine and general practice, she entered academic general practice as a lecturer at the University of Nottingham in 1995. She was awarded her doctoral thesis in 1998 and promoted to senior lecturer in 1999, reader in 2004 and chair in 2005. She has been a principal in general practice (1995-2002) and a sessional GP since then in an inner city practice in Nottingham.
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