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MD, SFHEA, DA. FAcadMED, MMedSc, MHSM, FRCGP, FAMEE Professor Trevor Gibbs is currently an independent Professor and Consultant in Medical Education and Primary Care. He holds the positions of WHO Consultant in Medical Education, Adolescent Health & Primary Care, International Development Officer for the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), Chairman of the AMEE Fellowship Committee, Educational Consultant for International Affairs RCGP Scotland and Educational Consultant to WONCA and the World Federation of Medical Education. He is also currently Professor of Medical Education at Sun Yat-sen University Medical School, Guangzhou, and Honorary Professor of Primary Care, University of Hong Kong. As an Oncologist, General Practitioner and Academic for over 40 years, he has extensive experience in the development and delivery of Hospital-based, Primary Care and Community-based Education. During his career as a General Practitioner, he was involved with many of the innovations in Primary Care, including leading the first small practice Fund-Holding programme (recognised by the then UK Prime Minister as ‘an example of how General Practice should be developed’), designing the first curriculum for the UK GP Practice Nurse concept, and the re-design of the “Little Red Book” – a booklet that accompanies all babies born in the UK, charting their development. His experience in General Practice and his interest in Medical Education have given him the opportunity to develop curricula in many parts of the world, specifically in those regions in which medical and healthcare education is often a challenge. Prof Gibbs writes extensively on the subject of Medical Education, with a special interest in Curriculum Development and the Social Accountability of Medical Schools. As Associate Editor of Medical Teacher he had the specific responsibility for the development of the AMEE Guides in medical education, the BEME Guides in medical education, the Medical Education around the World series, as well as general publication duties. He is now Associate Editor for the new e-journal MedEdPublish, which approaches publication through an alternative post-publication review process.