George Lueddeke OCT MEd PhD - Article Contributor

19 Feb 2013 10:42 PM | Anonymous member

George Lueddeke OCT MEd PhD

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George Lueddeke OCT MEd PhD is an educational consultant in higher and medical education.  He has held posts in educational and organisational development, management, research and teaching in both Canada and the UK and has led a number of provincial and national projects.  Specialising in higher and medical education, educational development and change management, he has also conducted workshops and seminars in Canada, the US, the UK and Sri Lanka as well as for visiting groups (e.g. from China, Mexico, Malaysia, Japan). Previously, he was senior lecturer in medical education at Southampton University’s Faculty of Medicine and consultant education adviser with the KSS (Kent, Surrey and Sussex) Postgraduate Deanery in London.

He has presented at international conferences and seminars on change management, curriculum planning and historical perspectives on medical education.  Most recently, he conducted seminars on his current book, Transforming Medical Education for the 21st Century: Megatrends, Priorities and Change, at several medical schools and was invited to be a keynote speaker at the annual UK Centre for Workforce Intelligence conference (London and Leeds). He will also present at three other conferences in the coming months: at the ‘Leaders for European Public Health - Senior Public Health Policy Forum (Brussels, 21 March); Universitas 21, Health Sciences conference (Dublin, 3 September); and at an American Medical Association (AMA) conference (Chicago - late October /early November).

George is keen to share findings from his research on the future of medical/healthcare education and welcomes invitations to present to either small or larger groups (

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