Faculty:Faculty of Medical Science
Department:School of Medicine
Roger is a general medical practitioner and an educationalist with extensive experience of clinical education related to primary care in both the undergraduate and postgraduate fields.
Roger has combined a career as a practising clinician with educational work. In the field of specialty GP training, Roger has experience as a GP Trainer, Programme Director and, more recently, an Associate Postgraduate GP Dean for Health Education England, this latter post involving educational management at a senior level, including national responsibilities. Roger is also an examiner and examiner trainer for the Royal College of GPs.
Roger has recently moved to the School of Medicine in order to develop the Primary Care curriculum and work with Essex GP practices to quality manage student practice placements.
Hacker Hughes, J.G.H., 2013. Foreword to Fossey, M. Future Horizons programme 12-month evaluation report. Brentwood: Innovo Consultancy Limited.
Hacker Hughes, J.G H., 2012. Foreword to Fossey, M. Unsung heroes: developing a better understanding of the emotional support needs of service families. London: Centre for Mental Health.
McCauley, M., Hacker Hughes, J.G H. and Liebling-Kalifani, L., 2012. Military mental health professionals on operational deployment: an exploratory study. Community Mental Health Journal, 48, pp.238-248.
Greenberg, N., Hacker Hughes, J.G H. and Earnshaw, N.M., 2011. International perspectives on combat mental health: focus on the UK. In: Ritchie, E.C. (Ed.). Textbook of Military Medicine. Washington, DC: Department of the Army, Office of the Surgeon General, Borden Institute.
Iversen, A.C., van Staden, L., Hacker Hughes, J.G.H., Browne, T., Langston, V., Greenberg, N., Hotopf, M., Rona, R., Wessely, S., Thornicroft, G., and Fear, N.T., 2011. The stigma of mental health problems and other barriers to care in the UK armed forces. BMC Health Services Research, 11, p.31.