Jeremy Webb

Dr Jeremy Webb


Dr Jeremy Webb is a General Medical Practitioner and a member of the senior deanery team at the School of Clinical Medicine. He has a particular interest in supporting educators in health care settings and leads the Clinical School Staff development programme as well as the masters level programmes at Madingley Hall.

Jeremy Webb

A clinician with over 30 years of experience, working initially as a hospital physician and then moved into primary care in 1988. As a full-time GP was responsible for arranging local GP education for established doctors as well as acting as a trainer for GP trainees until 2019. Dr Webb set up the primary care teaching for the Graduate Course in medicine in Cambridge and then become deputy director of this course. He developed a greater interest in Medical Education and completed an MA in Medical Education whilst regularly teaching undergraduates, Graduates and other health care professionals. He was awarded the University of Cambridge Pilkington Prize for excellence in teaching in 2014. He joined the Deanery team at the School of Clinical Medicine where he is lead for staff development. He set up the PG certificate in Medical Education at The Institute of Continuing Education in 2011 and has led this since, it is now a Masters level qualification and is regularly oversubscribed. He continues to act as a Director of Studies and Tutor on the Graduate Course in Medicine and Continues to teach students weekly. He has also delivered courses for medical educators in Southern Asia along with a colleague from the School of Clinical Medicine.

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.