Jeremy Webb

Dr Jeremy Webb


Jeremy is a General Medical Practioner who has combined this role supporting undergraduate medical students, Graduate Medical students and post Graduate trainees.

Jeremy Webb

Originally qualified in Medicine at the University of London, Jeremy worked as a physician in hospital for five years before becoming a GP. He completed a Masters in Medical Education, then became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

He helped to set up and run the Graduate Medical Course in Cambridge and now leads staff development (for medical educators) at the Clinical School where he is Sub-Dean as well as at the Institute of Continuing Education in Cambridge at Madingley Hall.

Research interests

Jeremy has a principal role in leading and delivering medical education programmes for 160 people per annum at the School of Clinical Medicine and another 45 on the postgraduate certificate and postgraduate diploma programmes at the Institute for Continuing Education.

He continues to actively teach in clinical practice on postgraduate and standard clinical courses, as well as foundation medical and specialist medical trainees. 

He also teaches in primary care, Wolfson College and at West Suffolk Hospital, including core medical skills in examination, communication and clinical reasoning. For the last two years has co-run a course for faculty development for a university in southeast Asia.