Consultant, infectious diseases and general medicine
Member since 2004.
“I’d urge you to join, because the RCP keeps you in-tune, by virtue of the commentary and email communications, with the direction of travel — that in turn may reduce your chances of feeling burnt-out, because you realise there are people who want to listen and you’re able to ask those vital questions to the right people who can help.”
“I took part in the training meetings and was on the specialist advisory committee for infectious diseases. I really felt I was part of something that was impacting on the training of my colleagues and now my juniors. That is the thing that makes me feel really proud of what the RCP is all about.”