Career tip that is not a career tip but which is in fact a career tip

23rd April 2015 by NASGP

Career tip that is not a career tip but which is in fact a career tip

A recent article in Pulse indicated that medical school deans are smearing general practice and indicating that it is a second class choice – do it if you can’t do hospital medicine. The phrase “how very dare you” comes to mind.

Sir John Oldham, chair of the Independent Commission on Whole-Person Care and a GP in Glossop, wrote on Twitter that a medical school dean told a new intake of students last September that “We work you hard because we don’t want you to fail and become GPs”.

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Now this distorted image has been around for a long time; I recall hospital doctors 30 years ago being very ready to elevate their own status by being derogatory about their GP colleagues.

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