Alexander Trompetas is Clinical Professor at the University of Nicosia Medical School.
Prof Trompetas holds a Medical Degree (MD) from the University of Ioannnina, Greece and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the London Business School. He achieved the Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners, (MRCGP), London and later he was awarded the Fellowship of the same College (FRCGP). He also holds a T(GP) (JCPTGP) for his specialist training in General Practice and he is on the GP Specialist Register in the UK. In addition he obtained the Postgraduate Certificate in HIV and Health Counselling, University of Surrey, the Postgraduate Certificate in Dementia for Practitioners with a Special Interest, University of Bradford and the ILTM (Membership of the Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education), The Institute for learning and teaching in Higher education, UK
His areas of interest cover Musculoskeletal Medicine, Primary Care Minor Surgery and Chronic Multimorbidity in the Elderly including Dementia. In addition to his clinical interests he specialises in Health Business Administration and Management.
TROMPETAS A. A Practical guide to Primary Care Groups and Trusts, edited by Michael Dixon and Kieran Sweeny. 2 Chapters: “Human Resources” “Involving all the Health Professionals in the PCG” Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, 2000.
TROMPETAS A, WHITE C, KOUMITSIDIS C et al. Substance misuse services in Primary Health Care. Drugs: education, prevention and policy, Vol. 9, No. 3, 2002
TROMPETAS A. The General Practice Journey, edited by Tim Swanwick and Neil Jackson. Chapter 14. “GP Appraisals and Revalidation –The role of the educationalist” Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, 2003
TROMPETAS A, WHITEMAN J. Postgraduate Medical Education and Training. A guide for primary and secondary care. Edited by Anne Hastie, Ian Hastie and Neil Jackson. Chapter 16. “Deanery Performance work in Primary Care” Radcliffe Medical Press Ltd, 2005
TROMPETAS A, MACEY S, KHERAJ S, MCAVOY P, ASHWORTH M. Local performance investigation in primary care: the training and development of a group of lay and professional investigators. Education for Primary Care, 2006, VOL 17; NUMB 6, pages 593-601
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