Our Instructors

Dr. David Cockshoot

Honorary Senior Lecturer, Department of Primary Care, University of Leeds.

Dr David Cockshoot is a clinical tutor at the University of Leeds and teaches medicine in final year. He has long and wide experience in teaching and the organisation of teaching undergraduate medical students.

Voted Undergraduate (final year) Tutor of the Year 2005 and 2006 by Leeds Medical Student Representative Council, Dr. Cockshoot is also a practising clinician working in Primary Care, Neurology and Accident and Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Tom Ratcliffe

BSc (Hons), MB ChB

Dr Tom Ratcliffe is a specialist trainee in General Practice. As a Foundation Educational Fellow he taught basic clinical sciences and established an acute medicine teaching programme for final year students. He is presently studying for a certificate in medical education.

He gained a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry from the University of Bristol and graduated from Warwick Medical School in 2008, gaining a Merit for the pre-clinical phase and winning the clinical methods prize in his final year. He completed his foundation training in Coventry and Warwickshire.