Lisa Jackson qualified from UCL (MBBS) and King’s College London (BSc Nutrition). She has experience in Public Health Nutrition including time in the Food Standards Agency (Nutrition Policy and research funding) in the UK. She qualified as a specialist in Family Medicine (GP) in 1994. She is an experienced under/post- graduate educator, including curriculum development for Norwich Medical School, UK.
Honorary Senior Lecturer
Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom.
Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education
University of Bedfordshire.
Diploma in Therapeutics
University of Wales College of Medicine.
Clinical studies, MBBS.
University College & Middlesex School of Medicine.
Intercalated BSc Nutrition
King’s College London.
Experienced with: Problem Based Learning, Consultation Skills (Calgary Cambridge Model), Motivational Interviewing, GP educator development and quality assurance of teaching for clinical placements, Postgraduate trainer for MRCGP, Clinical Audit Tutor
Honors and Awards
Membership of Professional
- 1994 MRCGP
- 1994 JCPTGP certificate
- 2012 Fellow of the Association for Nutrition
- 2013 Fellow of Higher Education Academy
- July 1996 – March 2000 Survey Doctor, National Diet and Nutrition Survey, MRC Dunn Nutritional Laboratories, University of Cambridge; known as Medical Research Council Human Nutrition Research from July 1998.
- March 1999 – March 2000 Clinical Assistant to post study monitoring clinic for Norfolk arm of United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study
- March 2000 to July 2002 Medical Secretary to Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition, Department of Health & Food Standards Agency, London, Nutrition Division
Clinical and Community
- GP Principal and partner at Millwood Surgery, Bradwell, Great Yarmouth from 2014
- General Practice Principal and partner, East Norwich Medical Partnership, April 2003 until June 2014: Special interests, Diabetes (including insulin initiation); obesity; child health and child protection; complex chronic disease in the elderly; undergraduate teaching in practice, postgraduate GP trainer
- Former member of NIDM (Norfolk Integrated Diabetes Management Group), multidisciplinary group which allows networking and development of best practice in Diabetes
- Consultant to Institute of Food Research (Now Quadram Institute), Human Nutrition Unit
- Member of Human Research Governance Committee