is Associate Director (Post Assessment Training and Development) at the National Clinical Assessment Service. He began his career as an inner-city GP in Leicester and was awarded the first Research Training Fellowship by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) in 1991. He currently works as a principal GP in South Leicester and was Associate Postgraduate Dean at the Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland Deanery from 1991-2006. From 1993-1996 he was Chairman of the Education Network of the RCGP and from 2001-2005 he was Director of the National Leadership programme at the College. Aly Rashid was appointed to a Chair in Primary Care at De Montford University in 1998. He has researched and published widely on many areas of primary care including academics careers, diversity and health prescribing, quality and education. Prior to joining the National Clinical Assessment Service Aly Rashid was Director of the Clinical Performance Support Unit (CPSU) within the Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland Deanery in 2005-2006. He worked to help primary and secondary care trusts to clarify the nature of professional performance concerns and to help design and monitor educational interventions, where appropriate, amongst doctors in training and established hospital doctors and GP´s whose performance gives concerns.
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