Meet The Team - Trainee Transition Programme

The TTP Tutors are a small team of qualified GPs with a special interest in education. Click on the banners below to find out more about our tutors.

Dr Jo Arthurs

Jo Dr Jo Arthurs trained at the University of Nottingham and completed her GP training in Nottingham in 2018. She currently works as a local GP Partner, as well as a TTP locality tutor for the Phoenix Programme. She has also recently become the Nottingham lead for the new GP Partnership Development Programme. She has a particular interest in medical education and has completed her Certificate in Medical Education and has previously undertaken a HEEM Fellowship, which involved working with higher education centres to develop programmes and courses which support new roles and way of working within healthcare. Originally from Manchester, and apart from a brief spell in Western Australia, Jo has lived in Nottingham since she moved here for University in 2005 and loves spending her free time walking her dog, Fran.

Dr Saira Jawaid

Saira Dr Saira Jawaid is a portfolio GP with a keen interest in medical education. Prior to her career in general practice, she completed core medical training in hospitals with further experience in health care of elderly and dermatology. She then completed GP training in Nottingham in 2018. Currently alongside her clinical role as a GP, she is a GP associate for Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub overseeing the educational needs of social prescribers. Saira joined the Phoenix Programme in March 2019 and has been working as a GP tutor for the programme since then.

Dr James Waldron

James James is a GP working in Nottingham and works with the Phoenix programme as a Tutor for the New to Practice and Trainee Transition Programme schemes. Though originally from the south, he moved to Nottingham for University but loved it so much he did his training here and intends to stay! James has a great interest in technology and online interactive education and has a boundless enthusiasm and drive to create and support communities of doctors and learners and also in finding new ways of doing things and delivering interesting interactive education. As a big extrovert he loves nothing better than spending time with people and has a passion for music and am dram, and is busy filling his house with guitars (15 and counting) but also play the violin with the NSO. James is also an avid traveller having taken 2 years within training to explore the world and try new and exciting things!

Dr Daniel Crowfoot

DanC Dr Daniel Crowfoot works as a GP in Nottinghamshire after completing training with the Nottingham GP Specialist Training Programme. Daniel undertook a post-CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training) Fellowship and developed an interest in Medical Education and completed a Master’s in Medical Education. He now holds a portfolio career in undergraduate medical student education and clinical work as a GP. Daniel would like both GP Trainees’ and post-CCT GPs alike to realise the variety, support and potential that post-CCT Fellowships can offer in enhancing careers in primary care.

Dr Harpreet Sandhu

Harpreet Dr Harpreet Sandhu qualified from the Nottingham GP training scheme and has worked across several practices across the Nottingham and Derbyshire area since she qualified as a doctor. She recently became an LMC committee member and is now a trainee transition tutor. Harpreet has interests in Medical Education and recently completed the Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education. She also has interests in sexual health and dermatology.

Dr Paul Davis

Paul D Paul is a GP in Rushcliffe. He moved to the East Midlands to attend the University of Nottingham for his medical degree, which he completed in 2013. He joined the Phoenix Programme TTP team in 2021 having spent a year as a GP fellow after completion of GP training from the Nottingham scheme. This year enabled Paul to pursue his interest in education and undertake a Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education. Alongside his clinical work and role as a TTP tutor, Paul also works for the Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub as a GP associate and enjoys the varied elements of a portfolio career. Outside of work he enjoys running, cooking and travel.


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