Graham Easton

Dr Graham Easton is a general practitioner in west London, fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and honorary clinical senior lecturer at Imperial College Medical School where he trains medical students and junior doctors. He has divided his career between clinical medicine and journalism, working on a range of programmes for the BBC, including presenting Radio 4’s 'Case Notes', 'Pick of the Week', 'Cancer Moonshot' and the World Service global health programme 'Health Check', and writing for publications such as Eve magazine, the BBC health website, the Radio Times and Tesco Healthy Living.

Dr Easton was an editor at the British Medical Journal for four years, serves on the editorial board of the British Journal of General Practice and has coedited two textbooks, How to Pass the CSA Exam (the clinical exam that all new GPs in the UK have to pass) and General Practice at a Glance (winner in the primary-care category at the 2013 British Medical Association Book Awards) as well as writing a chapter about the doctor–patient consultation in Storytelling in Medicine. He lives in London with his wife and two children.