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Ms Marta Buszewicz
Research Department of Primary Care & Population Health
Royal Free Campus
Upper 3rd Floor, Rowland Hill Street
London
NW3 2PF
Appointment
  • Honorary Associate Professor
  • Primary Care & Population Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

Marta Buszewicz trained and qualified in both general practice and psychiatry. She works as a part-time GP in north London, and previously worked for five years as a full-time principal in an inner-city general practice in East London, with a very varied social and ethnic mix. Her research and teaching interests are mainly in the field of mental health, particularly depression, anxiety,unexplained physical symptoms and the overlap between physical and psychological symptoms in primary care patients. 


She has in the past been primary care lead for the Mental Health Research Network and co-director of the North Central / North East London Comprehensive Local Research Network.

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Research Summary

Her research involves both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. It includes an MRC funded national randomised controlled trial of arthritis self-management in primary care and a national RCT of practice nurse led pro-active care for primary care patients with chronic or recurrent depression, as well as several qualitative studies investigating clinician attitudes to working with patients with medically unexplained symptoms. Her most recent research projects have been examining factors associated with distress and depression in general practitioners and suicidality in hospital doctors.


Teaching Summary

She was involved in setting up a general practice based course teaching medical students about community mental health problems as well as courses around avoiding over-investigation and the management of medically unexplained symptoms and somatisation, all of which are still running and get good feedback. 


She has been involved in teaching courses for foundation year doctors and psychological well-being practitioners and supervised many BSc and MSc student dissertations, as well as several PhD candidates to successful completion.

Academic Background
2001 BA Hons Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – History University of London
1994 MRCPsych Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists – Psychiatry Royal College of Psychiatrists
1990 MRCGP Member of the Royal College of General Practioners – General Practice Royal College of General Practioners
1984 DCH Diploma of Child Health – Paediatrics and Child Health Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
1981 DRCOG Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists – Obstetrics and Gynaecology Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists
1978 MBBS Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery – Medicine University College London
1975 BA Hons Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – Physiological Science University of Oxford
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