National Scottish Medical Education Conference
The Scottish Medical Education Research Consortium (SMERC) took part in the 4th National Scottish Medical Education Conference on the 6th of May. The consortium was represented by multiple members from the University of Dundee and NHS Education for Scotland including principle investigator, Charlotte Rees; PhD students Lisi Gordon and Ali Smithies; research fellows, Grit Scheffler and Karen Barton; and consortium members Jean Ker Ashley Dennis, Mark Russell and Peter Johnston. Also attending were Julie Smith and Susan Somerville.
The consortium was highly visible with a stand, brochures and 11 posters detailing the work that SMERC has been involved with over the past few years. Additionally, SMERC was mentioned within the first plenary session by Stewart Irvine, the Director of Medicine for NHS Education for Scotland, where he emphasised the pivotal role research has in moving medical education forward. The team had a wonderful day with the opportunity to participate in multiple workshops, presentations, and discussions with colleagues across Scotland and the UK.
Our photo above shows (left to right): Grit Scheffler, Mark Russell (NHS Education for Scotland), Charlotte Rees, Lisi Gordon, Ali Smithies, Karen Barton, Peter Johnston (NHS Education for Scotland), Ashley Dennis.
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Why?Another Scottish question?
I have noticed that on occasions such as political party conferences and other venues political figures such as David Cameron,Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg have photographs of their wives taken with them.
Now if Alex Salmond is married. Why does he not include photographs of his wife or partner at Scottish National Party Conferences?
Come to think of it. Why does Nicola Sturgeon have photographs taken with her other half?
Question includes if they may be in long term relationships.
What reason/excuses can Scottish National Party members offer.
Response from Beastie,Andrew87 and Firetr…
ROBERT C...Would you want to be on a Photograph with the Angels of Death? Who ever their partners are, they certainly have far more sense and respect, for their own well being (lol)
I am switched on with your sense of humour, but no doubt the usual insults will follow.
All the best.