Here’s an interesting insight into the work of some of our more remote colleagues. Granted, this isn’t recent news, but I thought it might tempt readers who’ve not seen this before.
Rosie Donovan is a Scottish photographer who carried out a photo-documentary of the lives of several remote & rural GPs in Scotland. The exhibition that resulted is apparently on permanent display at RCGP in Edinburgh, and is also available in a book – you can order yours on her website.
However, much of the content is available to peruse on the site too – note that you can click the portrait photos to find out more about each story.
Sometime soon, I hope that some practitioners’ profiles can feature on this blog. For the time being, I’m sure Rosie’s commentaries will provide an insightful read.