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Fiona Magee

Gp Lecturer/Assistant Professor and Clinical Network Coordinator

School of Medicine
Health Sciences Centre
Belfield
Dublin 4

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Email: fiona.magee@ucd.ie

Biography

Dr Fiona Magee graduated from UCD in 2004. She trained initially in paediatric medicine, and was awarded membership of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland in child health. She subsequently qualified as a GP in 2011, having completed specialist training on the Eastern Regional programme. She developed an interest in medical education from her early training posts, and obtained a Masters in Medical Education and Leadership.

 

She works as a GP in Blackrock, and shares her time between clinical and academic practice. She is involved in postgraduate education in the ICGP, where she delivers a section on children¿s health for the SCALES course. She joined the School of Medicine at UCD as a lecturer with Academic General Practice in 2012. Her research to date has focused on medical education.

Professional

         

Conference Contributions

Magee, F (2015) The local context of the undergraduate GP placement - are we educating our students within deprived areas?: The characteristics of one large network of teaching practices. [Oral Presentation], 44th Annual Conference of the Society for Academic Primary Care, Oxford, UK , 08-JUL-15 - 10-JUL-15.
   

Education

Year 2012 Institution: Royal Coll Surgeons in Ireland
Qualification: MSc Subject:
Year 2004 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: B.Med.Sc. Subject:
Year 2004 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: MB, BCh, BAO Subject:
         

Publications

                                                                                                     

Research

Research Interests

Research interests currently focus on medical education.

 

One area of research looks at the Learning Environment of students on their GP placement. This research is based on 177 GP practices in Ireland, utilizing CSO data to give demographics including deprivation indices for each ¿practice area¿. It was presented as a poster at AUDGPI Belfast April 2015, and as an oral presentation at SAPC in Oxford July 2015.

 

The second involves the development of teaching modality within our department, which utilises patient management software system to create virtual patients for medical students in one of our existing module. An evaluation of this is in progress and will be presented as a poster at SAPC in Dublin July 2016 (paper pending).