Meet the Trainee Editors

Trainees Online (TrOn) has four trainee editors in post, who are working with module authors, expert reviewers and our content editors to ensure that the materials we create are tailored to the needs of pre-membership psychiatry trainees. All are higher specialist trainees who have recent knowledge of the MRCPsych and are dedicated to supporting other trainees who are preparing for the College membership examinations. They provide a trainee voice at every stage of the work, with hands-on roles to guide and realise the process of module production.  

 

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Genevieve Holt

Genevieve Holt

 

Genevieve Holt is a dual trainee in general adult and old age psychiatry, currently working at Hertfordshire University NHS Foundation Trust. She has been working with TrOn since 2013 and enjoys being part of a project to improve psychiatry learning resources for trainees across the country. She holds a master's degree in medical education and is particularly interested in develop learning opportunities in quality improvement.  

 

 

 

 

 


Amy Manley

Amy Manley is a general adult psychiatry trainee. Having completed her core training in the North West she is now enjoying her higher training in the Severn Deanery. She believes that high quality training of healthcare professionals can have a significant positive impact on patient care and workforce morale and this drives her passion for medical education. She has a particular interest in simulation and multimedia learning and has completed a certificate in medical education. She is currently researching the use of simulation in training mental health professionals as part of an educational fellowship. She joined the TrOn team in August 2015.

 

 

 

 


 

Jack Underwood

Jack Underwood is a core psychiatry trainee in south Wales, currently completing 6 months' out-of-programme research at the Neuroscience & Mental Health Research Institute, Cardiff University, funded by the Wellcome Trust. He believes that understanding the aetiology and pathophysiology of psychiatric disorders will help dispel their stigma and provide transformational treatments in the future. This passion for neuroscience combines with an interest in medical teaching, particularly as mixed and multimedia, developed through a PgCert in clinical education. He joined the TrOn team in 2018.

 

 

 


 

Georgia Belam

Georgia is currently working as an ST5 in older adults psychiatry. She completed her core training in Camden and Islington Trust in North London and has now moved to Surrey and Borders Partnership Trust for her higher training. She is loving training to be a psychiatrist, and realises every day what a privilege it is to hear patients' stories and help where she can. She has always been really interested in medical education, and she is really looking forward to helping continue to make TrOn an accessible, comprehensive and useful resource for all trainees, having joined the team in 2018. Apart from medical education, she has a particular interest in medical humanities and how this can be of huge value in the training of healthcare professionals.

 

 

 


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