Emily Tait, a 4th year medical student at Dundee University, has published this e-book following a student module travelling around rural Scotland. If you are interested in our Rural GP Training Program this book gives a really good feel for some of the issues facing Scottish Rural General Practice. A must read for anyone considering the Rural GP Training program.
Remote and Rural Medicine, Emily Tait
Wednesday, 21 November 2012
Tuesday, 6 November 2012
In the 2012 GMC Survey trainees voted the North Deanery as best in the UK for the general practice component of GP Training
|NHS Education for Scotland (North Region)||92.76|
|NHS Education for Scotland (East Region)||92.28|
|NHS Education for Scotland (South-East Region)||91.90|
|South West Peninsula Deanery||91.38|
|Yorkshire and the Humber Postgraduate Deanery||90.61|
|Northern Ireland Medical & Dental Training Agency||90.57|
|NHS Education for Scotland (West Region)||90.01|
|North Western Deanery||87.49|
|East of England Multi-Professional Deanery||87.08|
|Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery||86.90|
|East Midlands Healthcare Workforce Deanery||86.50|
|NHS West Midlands Workforce Deanery||86.05|
|Defence Postgraduate Medical Deanery||84.27|
So don't take our word for it, look at what our trainees are saying!
Applications for GP Training open Monday November 12th. For details of GP training in Scotland follow this link:-
Scottish GP Training
Closing date is midday Friday 7th December so you have four weeks to get your application in. Have a look at our page on "10 Reasons to Love General Practice" to see why there is only one specialty to apply to!