Dr Gavin Johnson: gastroenterologist in Central London
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Dr Gavin Johnson Gastroenterologist in
London

MBBS Dipl Med Ed MSc (Hons) MD MRCP

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Dr Gavin Johnson is a leading London consultant gastroenterologist and expert in medical education with over 20 years' experience in his field. He has an interest in general gastroenterology with an expert interest in interventional endoscopy, and conditions including irritable bowel syndrome, acute and chronic pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, biliary disease, and gallstones.

Dr Johnson has a strong background in medical education, and is the academic lead for year 4 of UCL Medical School and is the Director of Undergraduate Education at UCL Hospitals. He is a former editor-in-chief of United European Gastroenterology eLearning. Dr Johnson has published a range of peer-reviewed papers and book chapters, focusing on both gastroenterology and medical education. He is committed to education, organising regular gastroenterology and endoscopy courses. 

Dr Johnson sits on the training committee for the UK Joint Advisory Group of Endoscopy and is leading on setting the UK standards for the certification process for ERCP and EUS.

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