Dr Nicholas Demetriou completed his MD at Masarykova Universita in the Czech Republic in 2016. He began his career in the NHS of the UK, completing his foundation training in one of the largest district general hospital’s (DGH) in Liverpool and then worked for 3 years as a junior clinic fellow in pediatrics (in both a DGH and tertiary centre). Having a passion for quality improvement and education, Dr Demetriou participated in multiple quality improvement and teaching projects, one of which he went on to present at a national conference and won the first prize award for his study (Kawasaki disease in children – how a district general hospital can help).
In 2021 he returned to Cyprus to pursue his career in becoming a general practitioner. He is currently working as a junior doctor at the Aposotolos Loukas health care centre, as well as a clinical associate and tutor at the University of Nicosia medical school and St George’s, University of London (MBBS4 programme) delivered by the University of Nicosia.
Having a strong passion for family medicine and patient-centered care, he decided to undertake an MSc in Family Medicine to further his knowledge and to improve the quality of care provided to his patients and their families.