Trainee Blogs

Read about our trainees experiences of their GP training in the North of Scotland. There is a huge variety of training experiences in the north Of Scotland. This ranges from the rural experience offered in the Western Isles, Orkney and Shetland, all linked into the Rural Track program to the more urban environment of the city practices in Inverness and Aberdeen.

To give you an idea of what it is like to train in these environments a cross section of our trainees has agreed to blog about their training. Don't take our word for how great the North of Scotland is, have a read about what they think!

Kate Dixon is on the Rural Track program and is currently based in Stornoway doing her ST1 year. Read her blog








Mike McIver is in the Caledonian 4 Year Program and is currently in Grantown on Spey having completed his first year in Oban. Here is his blog.










Zoe Anderson is now back in Elgin having taken a year out from the Caledonian program to work in Kambia , Sierra Leone. She has been blogging about her experiences here.




 Catherine Brown is in the second year of the rural program based in Shetland. She is currently in Aberdeen. She gives some compelling arguments for considering our rural Track Program. Read her blog here








We now have two new bloggers, one from the Grampian program and one from the Caledonian.

Gillian Henderson is based in an Aberdeen practice and is in ST1.











Iain Mcnab is an ST1 on the Caledonian practice and is based in an Inverness practice.



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