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GP Lecture 2018: Professor David Haslam NOT 'JUST A GP'

Lucy Lloyd, GPEG

Tuesday, 6 March 2018 from 17:00 to 19:30 (GMT)

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17:00 Career Forum: drop in for one-to-one advice

Snacks and drinks

18:00 Lecture

19:00 Reception for all 

Drinks and nibbles

 

NOT 'JUST A GP': Lecture by Professor David Haslam

As medical science becomes ever more complex - manipulating molecules, exploring therapeutic possibilities undreamt of by previous generations, unravelling genomic information - the role of the generalist is increasing in importance.

The more effective that science becomes at keeping us alive – living with conditions, rather than dying from them – the more we will all need a physician who can see us as a whole, rather than merely a collection of malfunctioning organs.

Predicting the future is notoriously difficult – but the breadth of skills required by the generalist physician is likely to remain vital and invaluable.

What is more, it is a fascinating, challenging, stimulating, and unpredictable career.

 

About Professor David Haslam

David Haslam is Chair of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). He is a former President and Chairman of Council of the RCGP, past-President of the BMA, a former vice-Chairman of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, and is visiting Professor in Primary Health Care at de Montfort University, Leicester, and Professor of General Practice at the University of Nicosia. He was a GP in Ramsey, Cambridgeshire, for 36 years and has been an expert member of the National Quality Board, and National Clinical Adviser to both the Healthcare Commission and CQC.

 He is a Fellow of the RCGP, the Faculty of Public Health, the Academy of Medical Educators, and the Royal College of Physicians. He was awarded CBE in 2004 for services to Medicine and Health Care, and has been awarded Doctorates by Birmingham University and the University of East Anglia.

 

About the Career Forum

Plan your academic/clinical career with Dr Carol Sinnott, Dr Juliet Usher-Smith and recent Academic Clinical Fellow Dr Greg Irving
Thinking about a portfolio career? chat with NIHR doctoral research fellow Dr Duncan Edwards and Associate Directors of GP Studies including Dr Jon Ferdinand, Dr Kinnary Martin and Dr Alexandra Davidson
Career paths into GP and academic primary care: with Health Education East of England
Meet early career GPs and join your student GP Soc and the Royal College of GPs




This event is organised by the General Practice Education Group (GPEG)

School of Clinical Medicine, University of Cambridge

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The University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine
Hills Road
CB2 0SP Cambridge
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 6 March 2018 from 17:00 to 19:30 (GMT)


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