Dr Helen Millott
I graduated from the University of Birmingham’s Medical School in 2003. I worked as a junior doctor in the East of England and came to Leeds in 2008 to continue specialist training in Histopathology. After completing a PGCE in 2012 I spent some time teaching general science and biology to high school students.
I joined the University of Leeds in 2015 and have been a member of staff in the Leeds Institute of Medical Education since then.
- Academic Sub-Dean Postgraduate Assessment
My research interests are linked to the integration of new professions (PAs) into the healthcare sector.
- BMedSc (Hons.) History of Medicine 2002 University of Birmingham
- MBChB 2003 University of Birmingham
- PGCE 2013 University of Huddersfield
- MA (Action Research for Education 2018 University of Huddersfield
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
I am currently responsible for the MSc in Physician Associate Studies. This is a 2-year postgraduate qualification aimed at graduates with health-related science degree and is a relatively new course at the University of Leeds; it aims to address workforce issues within the Yorkshire/Humber region. I am also responsible for the histology content in the Body Systems ICU for Year 1.
I teach on the MSc Physician Associate Studies and the MBChB courses.
Research groups and institutes
- Leeds Institute of Medical Education