Simon Gregory’s research interests are curriculum development, selection methodology and "value-added" in medical education. He is particularly interested in what makes a good doctor, how this can be identified, build upon and demonstrated to have been built upon.
Simon is Dean of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education of the East of England Multi-professional Deanery and Regional Postgraduate Dean, University of Cambridge. He is responsible for postgraduate medical and dental education for Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Norfolk, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Essex with additional responsibilities for other healthcare education.
- Gregory S, Medical Teaching and Training. Medical Management: A Survival Guide. In Markar H, O’Sullivan G. London: Hodder Arnold (in print).
- Patterson F, Zibaras L, Carr V, Irish W, Gregory S. Evaluating candidate reactions to selection practices using organisational justice theory. Medical Education 2011; 45: 289 -297.
- Patterson F, Carr V, Zibaras L, Burr W, Berkin L, Plint S, Irish W, Gregory S. New machine-marked tests for selection into core medical training: evidence from two validation studies. Clinical Medicine 2009; 9(5):1- 4.
- Gregory S. Learning specialist skills for a generalist discipline. Br J Gen Pract 2009; 59:75- 80
- Booker R, Fletcher M, Gregory S, Holmes S. (2009) Respiratory Problems in Primary Care. RCGP, London. (Lead editor and author or co-author of 4 chapters; COPD, Respiratory infections, Clinical Examination and Quality of Care).