Professional Experiences

Posted by | December 29, 2008 | My activities ... | One Comment

I am an experienced professional. I graduated from King’s College, London in 1986 with a medical degree (MBBS). Since then I have climbed the ladder of success in the medical world culminating in being a senior partner at a general practice in the UK. I have gained many qualifications and prizes amongst which are a Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRGOG), Diploma in Medical Education (DipMedEd), Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) and numerous other qualifications including the Family Planning certificate, a degree in The History of Medicine, the Chief Edo Osagi Prize in Human Reproduction and Diploma in Diabetes.

I have traveled widely throughout my career, attending and speaking at conferences, seminars and workshops in many different locations. Prior to 1991 I was already teaching and examining for St John’s Ambulance and the Red Cross but after this I was appointed as GP Tutor which introduced me to the wider world of education, ongoing training and personal development. After this time I pioneered changes in the medical education scene in parts of the UK. This led to the position of examiner for the Royal College of General Practitioners and thereon to other supervisory, appraisal and mentoring roles.

As well as being responsible for many and varied educational meetings (from individuals to large professional and lay audiences) I am an experienced speaker. I have given lectures and presentations on a wide variety of subjects from health related topics to motivational and mindset issues. I have written numerous articles and contributed to many online and offline journals and publications. I also have extensive experiences in teleseminars and webinars.

I have worked with the General Medical Council as a Performance Assessor and Specialist Advisor and together with my positions with the Health Service Ombusdsman and Independent Review Panels have gained a broad knowledge of the education, training and mentoring needed both within and outside of the profession.

I have worked recently as a professional Appraiser and have helped many others take action in their personal and professional lives. This has helped my work in Internet Marketing where I coach students as well as running a multitude of websites in a range of areas. I was chosen as one of 7 finalists for the Stompernet Online Entrepreneur Award in Orlando in 2006.

As well as these activities I administer and moderate several online forums including the “How To” , Traffic Geyser and My Affiliate Store forums. I am a recognised authority in SEO and a respected member in the online internet marketing world.

I have been married for 21 years and have two sons – ages 15 and 18. I remain upbeat and happy through most things, enjoy life when I can and look forward to changing the perspectives of others when given the opportunity. I play the guitar and dabble with photography.

About Mark Clayson

One Comment

  • Stinky12 says:

    Think of what you can say to friends, co-workers and family about what is going on so you can develop a safety net around you. ,

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