Royal seal of approval in Queen's honours list
21 Mehefin 2013
Congratulations to Professor Malcolm Lewis of the School of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education (Wales Deanery) who has been awarded an OBE for services to medical education, having made this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list.
The honour is in recognition of Professor Lewis's extensive contribution to Medical Education not only in Wales but as chair of the conference of GP Directors and all the work and he undertook for the GMC.
He has worked as a GP in Swansea since 1988 and is currently Director of General Practice Postgraduate Education at the School of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education (Wales Deanery).
The University also extends its congratulations the following who have also made the Queen's Birthday Honours list:
Sir Anthony Robinson (Honorary Fellow)
Awarded for: public and political service.
Name: Dr Andrew Brown
Position: Deputy Chair, Environment Agency.
Awarded for: services to the Environment.
Studied: BSc Zoology & Environmental Studies
Name: Professor Malcolm Lewis (Staff)
Position: Sub-Dean and Director of General Practice Education, Wales Deanery, Cardiff University.
Awarded for: services to Medical Education.
Name: Mr Tim Rhys-Evans
Position: Music Director, Only Men Aloud.
Awarded for: services to Music and for charitable services.
Studied: BMus Bachelor of Music, 1993
Name: Dr Susan Greening
Position: Clinical Director, Gwent Community Dental Service, Aneurin Bevan Health Board.
Awarded for: services to Dentistry in the UK
Studied: BDS Bachelor of Dental Surgery, 1977
Name: Mr Eric Phillips
Position: Head of Music, Whitchurch High School and Conductor, Cardiff County and the Vale of Glamorgan Youth Orchestra.
Awarded for services to Education and Music.
Studied: BMus Bachelor of Music (1978), MA (1980)
Name: Rajnesh Nirula
Position: Associate Dean for SAS Doctors and Dentists, for the School of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education
Awarded for services to the NHS
BEMName: Mr Douglas Jones
Position: Founder and President, Porthcawl University of the Third Age.
Awarded for: voluntary service to Adult Education.
Studied: MA Education, 1983
Name: Sir Michael Moritz (Honorary Fellow)
Position: Chairman, Sequoia Capital, San Francisco, USA.
Awarded for: services to promoting British economic interests and philanthropic work