Dr David Ford

Senior Lecturer - School of Rural Medicine

Biography

David Ford is a General Practitioner who has worked and lived in Armidale since 2013. He has undertaken an active teaching/research role at the School of Rural Medicine, UNE since this time. His teaching responsibilities include Problem Based Learning tutorials, clinical skills demonstration, examination writing and assessment of student performance.

David has worked as a clinical GP at Faulkner St Medical Practice on a part-time basis since receiving his RACGP fellowship in 2016. In addition to University teaching, David is an occasional facilitator and assessor for General Practice training through GP Synergy.

Qualifications

FRACGP

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, University of Sydney

Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience (1st class honours) "Utilising chicken litter derived microalgae to supplement protein in broiler diets", University of Sydney

Memberships

RPA RMO association

Going Places Network (General Practice Registrars Australia)

Teaching Areas

Teach PBL in Year 3 of the Joint Medical Program, School of Rural Medicine