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Fellow in Medical Education, East London NHS Foundation Trust
& Queen Mary University of London.
Dr Grant-Peterkin qualified in medicine at Bristol Medical
School in 2005. He undertook an intercalated BSc in Healthcare
Ethics & Law at KCL and has published papers relating to
decision-making capacity in psychiatric in-patients, as well as
immigration detainee populations.
He is currently an honorary research fellow at QMUL/Barts and
The London School of Medicine focusing on medical student
professionalism and well-being.
Declaration of interests: Dr
Grant-Peterkin volunteers for a charity which provides support
to asylum detainees, and is also a member of the RCPsych working
group on the mental health of asylum seekers.
Consultant General Adult Psychiatrist at Sussex Partnership NHS
Dr Joy qualified in medicine at Peninsual Medical School in 2008
after previously obtaining a BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science. She
is currently a consultant in a community mental health team in
Sussex and is also an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at Brighton and
Sussex Medical School.
She has a background in medico-legal report writing and has
spent several years working with a charity which provides
independent medical assessments and medico-legal reports for asylum
Declaration of interests: Dr Joy volunteers for
a charity which provides support to asylum detainees.