Dr. Elizabeth Muir trained as a physician and subsequently as a GP. She has been the Theme leader for the Foundations of Clinical Practice theme in the Faculty of Medicine. The course leaders for this theme are responsible for the learning and teaching in the Early Years (1-3) in Clinical Communication, Society and Health, Epidemiology, First and Second Clinical attachments, Basic Life Support, use of the Library and Digital literacies support, Ethics and Law and Personal and Professional Development. She designs and delivers the PPD course and, in this capacity, serves on the UK Council for Teachers of Professionalism. From 2016 to 2019 Elizabeth has been involved in the Care of the Aging Reimagined for Europe (CARE) project that is funded by EIT-Health: firstname.lastname@example.org. In past years Elizabeth developed Problem Based learning in the first and second years of the six-year curriculum. Current educational research interests are in developing teaching and learning opportunities for students around Professional Values and Behaviours and, in particular, working with service users to co-design learning materials.