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      Dr Kieran Seyan, Medical Director, LloydsPharmacy Online Doctor

      Dr Kieran Seyan has worked for Online Doctor since 2015 and is the Medical Director, overseeing all clinical practice and prescribing. After qualifying, he worked in a range of GP practices and hospitals, gaining experience in general practice, urgent care and sexual health medicine. He still works as a locum GP in the Hertfordshire area.

      GMC number

      6104204

      Qualifications & memberships

      Diploma of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (University of Liverpool)
      Member of the Royal College of General Practitioners
      Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (University College London)
      Bachelor of Science Primary Care and Population Sciences (University College London)
      Royal College of General Practitioners
      European Society of Sexual Medicine
      British Medical Association

      Medical specialty & areas of interest

      General Practice, Digital Medicine
      GMC Expert Advisor for Online Prescribing (General Medical Council)
      Volunteer Doctor (Humla, Nepal)

      • Creating a syllabus and examination for future training of health workers
      • Health needs assessment of two Nepali communities and subsequent recommendations for future interventions for health
      • Health worker training – observing clinics, one-to-one tuition, debriefing after clinics, teaching common clinical conditions in four health posts

      Research & articles

      June 2018 | Sean Perera, Kieran Seyan; Mitigating Pre-Treatment Macrolide Resistance in Mycoplasma Genitalium: The role of online Sexual Health Services Providing Chlamydia treatment. IUSTI World Conference, Dublin

      June 2004 | Kieran Seyan, Trisha Greenhalgh, and Danny Dorling; The standardised admission ratio for measuring widening participation in medical schools: analysis of UK medical school admissions by ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and sex. BMJ, Jun 2004; 328: 1545–1546

      June 2004 | Trisha Greenhalgh, Kieran Seyan, and Petra Boynton; “Not a university type": focus group study of social class, ethnic, and sex differences in school pupils' perceptions about medical school. BMJ, Jun 2004; 328: 1541

      Erection Problems (Good Sex Bad Sex Podcast)

      Everything you need to know about tadalafil, the Viagra substitute that lasts for 36 hours (The Telegraph)

      Online prescription services: An expert shares their dos and don’ts for buying drugs online (BT Home)

      The dos and don’ts of taking your medical needs online (Belfast Telegraph)

      How to delay your period for your holiday (Cosmopolitan)

      We answer 11 embarrassing Viagra questions so you don’t have to ask them (The Sun)

      1 in 10 would rather give up sex than admit erection problems (LadBible)

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