We have recently appointed nine new Year 2 Generalist Clinical Mentors (GCMs) and one new Year 1 GCM to the ScotGEM programme!
The School of Medicine recently welcomed approximately 70 delegates to celebrate the partnership between the ScotGEM programme and the third sector.
ScotGEM students visited the Improvement Academy with students from University of Dundee School of Medicine for a morning of learning and interaction with the theme of ‘Making A Difference’.
On Wednesday the 30th of January, Dr Panna Muqit, Henry Rae and ScotGEM student Philip McKee delivered CPR and AED training to a Year 3 junior class at St Leonards School as part of their class project on creating safe environments.
The School of Medicine was delighted to host Jeane Freeman MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport, during her recent visit to launch the ScotGEM Programme.
Scotland’s first Graduate Medical Programme, designed to meet the current and future needs of the country’s NHS, will be delivered by the University of St Andrews together with the universities of Dundee and the Highlands and Islands, it has been announced.