Professor Ann Louise Kinmonth is Emeritus Professor of General Practice at the University of Cambridge, and convenor of the St John’s College Reading Group on Health Inequalities (established 2014).
Ann Louise studied for her MD in Oxford. She was Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader and Professor in Primary Medical Care in the University of Southampton 1983 to 1996. Ann Louise held the Foundation Chair of General Practice at the University of Cambridge 1997 to-2011. Since then she has been Director of Research at Cambridge, Clinical Director of Studies (St Johns) and Academy of Medical Sciences mentor.
Professor Kinmonth’s main areas of research interest are development of trial evaluations of complex behavioural intervention, the prevention and management of chronic disease, patient-centered care, and inequalities in health. Professor Kinmonth was a practising GP for 30 years and continues to teach General Practice in developing countries. She is academic lead for the Foundation for Family Medicine in Palestine. She was appointed CBE for Services to Primary Care Research.