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Organizational psychologist becomes a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine

Dr Caroline Kamau pleased to join the Society and looks forward to benefits of networking and access to literature.

Organizational psychologist becomes a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine

Dr. Caroline Kamau (Organizational Psychology, Birkbeck) has been admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine due to her research into occupational preparedness in medicine.

Dr. Kamau’s recent publications include articles in the British Journal of General Practice, Clinical Medicine and the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. In her research she focuses on inductions and workplace support for new doctors and other health professionals.

Dr. Kamau said, “I’m really excited about becoming a Fellow for many reasons. The Royal Society of Medicine has one of the finest medical libraries in Europe with over half a million publications that date from the 15th century onwards. In my research, I conduct systematic reviews that will benefit a lot from accessing this library. I also love that it is quite close to Birkbeck in distance. There is a really nice restaurant for Fellows and other members and I’m looking forward to lunches there.”

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