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Dr Marta Buszewicz
  • Senior Clinical Lecturer
  • Primary Care & Population Health
  • Institute of Epidemiology & Health
  • Faculty of Population Health Sciences
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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 and somatisation, and the overlap between physical and psychological symptoms in primary care patients. She is also involved in projects examining the interface between primary and secondary care services for people with mental health problems, and trying to identify which components of routine GP consultations can have a therapeutic effect for patients presenting with psychological problems. Her research involves both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, and 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. She is also joint primary care lead for the north London hub of the Mental Health Research Network and co-director of the North Central / North East London Comprehensive Local Research Network.
Academic Background
1975 BA Bachelor of Arts University of Oxford
  DCH Diploma of Child Health To be updated
1978 MBBS Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery University of London
  MRCP Member of the Royal College of Physicians To be updated
2003-4 SHCRS Short Course University College London
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