Dr Paul Stillman is a principal in General Practice in Crawley, Sussex. Educated at Bristol and then London Universities, he became a Trainer in General Practice with the British Postgraduate Medical Federation and subsequently a Course Organiser with a special responsibility for the use of television. He was a Consultant Producer and Presenter to British Medical Television, a course organiser in vocational training for general practitioners and has worked widely in broadcast radio and television. He has been Consultant Adviser to a College of Continuing Medical Education and Chairman of the Association of Broadcasting Doctors. He also works as a consultant to Medialink International producing broadcast television throughout the UK and Europe and teaches communication skills with the British Postgraduate Medical Federation. He is also the founder of Media Medics, a group of over 250 doctors involved in all aspects of the media.
Dr. Stillman has written widely about pharmacists and their role in the clinical management of illness, and lectured for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. He has a keen interest in health education, and the ways by which medical information reaches the public.
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