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A circuitous route

Our third GP registrar blogger Dr Syed Arfeen introduces himself

Our third GP registrar blogger Dr Syed Arfeen introduces himself



At present I'm happily a GP registrar at Emperor's Gate Surgery in Kensington, London.

It's been a circuitous route to this point though - from qualifying (just!) in 2004, via old-style house officer jobs, a six-month hiatus for travel, A&E, anatomy demonstrating and basic surgical training in London and then Manchester before returning back to the capital as a GP trainee.

Based on some of the experiences I've had - and some ignorance of what I haven't - I will be writing about the position of the general practitioner within the profession of medicine as well as without.

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