Glasgow Caledonian University’s Masterclass series brings world-class speakers to the University to share expertise and ideas, encouraging discussion and debate.

Next in their series is GCU Honorary Professor, and Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Professor Nicola Steedman, on 27th April 2022 at 5.30pm.

Nicola completed an undergraduate medical degree at Cambridge University followed by clinical medical training at Oxford University. She initially trained in General Medicine and followed this with specialist training in Genitourinary and HIV Medicine at both Cambridge and Edinburgh.

Nicola worked as a Consultant in Sexual Health and HIV in Chester and Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the University of Liverpool before returning to Scotland as Senior Medical Officer for the Scottish Government in 2012. From 2017 she was seconded as a National Clinical Lead in the Information Services Division for the NHS National Services Scotland, covering national sexual and reproductive health data. In 2019 Nicola returned to the NHS as Scottish Medical Director of National Procurement, Commissioning and Facilities at NSS.

In her current role as Deputy Chief Medical Officer for the Scottish Government, as well as Honorary Consultant in HIV Medicine, NHS Lothian, Nicola continues to lead on a variety of Covid and non-Covid related issues including scientific input to clinical advice, testing and vaccination.

GCU would be delighted if you could join them online on Wednesday 27th April 2022 at 5.30pm, to hear Professor Steedman share her career journey, her experience of having a senior role during a pandemic and how the key lessons learned will shape healthcare delivery in the future.

Click here for more info and to register.