South East Scotland
Dr Donald Macaulay, Provost and Fellowship Lead
Dr Ed Russell-Smith, Faculty Chair and Scottish Council Representative
Dr Susan Arnold, Honorary Secretary and MLG representative
Dr Robert Duncan, Honorary Treasurer
Dr Rachael Duncan, Joint Education Chair
Dr Rachael Imrie, Joint Education Chair
Dr Stuart Blake, UK Council Representative
Dr Manesh Gill & Dr Ross Stewart, AiT representatives
Dr Susannah Maxwell, SES Rep national AiT Committee
Dr Andy McIntosh, First5 representative
Dr Katie Cathrow
Dr Rodger Glenfield
Dr Rob Lawson
Dr Robert Manson
Dr Susannah Mitchell
Dr Paul Bailey
Dr Robin Ramsay
Dr Digby Thomas
Dr Anne Woods
Mr Graeme Bell, Lay Representative
Mrs Allison Tait, Practice Nurse Representative
Mrs Susane Hogarth, Practice Managers Representatives
Dr Ed Russell Smith. Faculty Chair
Dr Donald Macaulay. Faculty Provost
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We support over 1200 members, Fellows, Associates and Associates in Training in the Borders, Edinburgh, Lothians and the south of Fife.
Continuous professional development is high on the Faculty agenda with a varied programme of events. We cater for all members of the primary care team from AiTs right the way through to retired GPs. We have recently run a series of First5 events focusing on topics that are relevant to GPs at the commencement of their career.
We rely on members to play an active role locally, promoting the College aims and objectives. It is essential to raise and maintain awareness of demographic issues and needs of GPs and patients alike, and develop initiatives to support these. If you would like to find out more about becoming involved with the faculty we would be delighted to hear from you.
The next Faculty Board meeting will be held Tuesday 9 February 2016.
All members are invited to attend board meetings. If you would like to discuss any item covered or would like an item to be considered at a future meeting, please contact us.
We are continually developing our educational programme and welcome any suggestions for future educational events.
The Faculty hosts two lectures during the year, the Richard Scott Lecture in spring and the Keynote Lecture in the autumn.
Details of forthcoming South East Scotland Faculty meetings, social events and educational courses can be accessed via the Upcoming Events box on the right.
The Faculty also run a Retired Members Forum, a group set up for semi-retired and retired members which meet at lunchtime at the Scottish Arts Club. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy of the full programme.
New for 2015 is a series of AiT Education events. Full details are on our events pages or email email@example.com
Faculty Workers Award
The medal is awarded annually at the AGM to 'grass roots' GPs whose work and dedication in their local community has not been recognised by any other means. Nominations for this award are welcomed.
The 2014 Faculty Workers Award was presented to Dr David Bee at the AGM by Prof. Mike Pringle
Allen and Margaret Wilson Award
Awarded bi-annually to a GP to recognise and congratulate their work in research.
Please contact us for more information on any of these awards
Dr Pat Manson Educators Award 2015
The Dr Pat Manson Educators Award will be presented to an educationalist who has made an outstanding contribution to the development of General Practice Speciality Training in South East Scotland.
It is intended to recognise the contribution to training by anyone, medical or non-medical, involved in GPST education who is currently working within the region.
The Dr Pat Manson Educators Award 2015 was presented to Dr Tom Schofield at the AGM by Prof. Maureen Baker.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for full details of the award and how to nominate.
Closing date for 2016 applications 31 August 2016.
The South East Scotland Trainee of the Year award for 2015 was presented Dr Sandra Dundas who achieved the highest marks in the CSA and AKT exams in their diet of the exam.
Joint South East Scotland and SE Scotland Deanery GP Trainee Audit Prize
All AiTs in the region will have received information on this prize inviting them to submit a full cycle audit. The audit should be relevant to General Practice and submitted in either electronic or poster form. Please submit applications to email@example.com
Faculty Mentoring Scheme
We have just launched our improved and updated Mentoring scheme, full details of the scheme and an application form are below:
RCGP South East Scotland Faculty
25 Queen Street
Telephone: 0203 188 7752
Faculty Administrator: Fiona Paterson
Please call before visiting the office.