Dr James McMorran BM BCh PhD DCH DRCOG MRCGP
Jim is a Coventry GP and an Honorary Professor at the Centre for Primary Health Care Studies, Warwick University.
Jim trained in medical informatics before winning a Pre-Clinical Adviser’s Scholarship to study medicine at Oxford University. During his medical degree he was awarded a Foulkes Fellowship and a Hobson Memorial Scholarship. He graduated from Oxford University in 1993 and completed house jobs in Oxford and Warwick before undertaking his general practice training in the Mersey Region. He is the Clinical Governance lead for his practice and is a member of the local primary care group Clinical Governance Committee. He has been recently appointed to undertake a clinical assistant session in lipid management and also undertakes child health surveillance in his practice. Jim is co-organiser of a cardiovascular risk course, which is to be part of a Warwick University Masters degree in Clinical Medicine.
Outside general practice, Jim enjoys time with his three children. He is keen on sport and won an Oxford Blue for cross-country and represented Warwickshire at football and athletics.
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