"Bringing health workers into public service on the African continent"
We are a social profit organisation with a dedicated team of people working with a network of
government bodies, private sector institutions and civil society organisations.
Rural practice demands a generalist approach. It's not always busy, but the variety makes it exciting. The days of Dr Finlay are long gone, along with the tea, scones and elbow pads. Rural practice combines elements of good old-fashioned personal attention with evidence-based GMS. True generalism couldn't be more apparent when you're ‘it' for a rural, remote or island community. Working and living in stunning scenery, with a close – and often highly supportive – community is a major attraction.
Read the full article on Pulse: http://www.pulsetoday.co.uk/main-content/-/article_display_list/13770878/trainee-gps-must-be-willing-to-consider-rural-practice