The Scottish Doctor

The Scottish Doctor

A collaboration between the five Scottish Medical Schools (SMSs), steered by the Council of Deans' Curriculum sub-group, the remit of which is to promote high quality medical education in SMSs. It is an agreed set of learning outcomes which clearly define the qualities and abilities of medical graduates from any of the SMSs.

The Scottish Doctor—Learning Outcomes
• Clinical Skills
• Practical Procedures
• Patient Investigation
• Patient Management
• Communication
• Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
• Medical Informatics
• Basic, Social and Clinical Sciences and Underlying Principles
• Attitudes, Ethical Understanding and Legal Responsibilities
• Decision-Making Skills and Clinical Reasoning and Judgement
• The Role of the Doctor within the Health Service
• Personal Development
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As I write Liam Fox, the Scottish doctor turned international trade secretary, has just suggested that the post-Brexit trade deal with the EU "should be one of the easiest in human history".
"You tend to meet a lot of the same people on the small flight to the island and they all know me as the Scottish doctor."
And what about the Kailyard, which made the Scottish doctor a trope in British and imperial discourse?
In October 1871 he was given hope the Scottish doctor was alive - a white man matching his description had arrived at Ujiji, now in Tanzania.
James McAvoy, won best actor for his role as the Scottish doctor to Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland.
James McAvoy is the Scottish doctor who is entranced, then horrified, by the Ugandan dictator in the 1970s.
And there are already Oscar whispers about The Last King Of Scotland - in which he plays Nicholas Garrigan, the Scottish doctor of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin, played by Forest Whitaker.
Volume 1's Apocalypse tells the tale of how the misunderstood mutants came into being and the Scottish doctor who seems able to reverse their powers, making them into "normal" humans.
THE Scottish doctor who holds the key to Wayne Rooney's World Cup dream is one of the best in the business.
Would-be patients from across Europe were soon trying to get in touch with "the Scottish doctor".