Finding fairhealth through connections
An interview with Professor Graham Watt, Emeritus Professor and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow
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For this episode of finding fairhealth I am delighted to welcome Graham Watt, Emeritus Professor and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow. Graham talks to me just prior to a conference in Glasgow celebrating the life work of Julian Tudor- Hart, GP in Wales who passed away last year. He talks about the influence of Julian Tudor- Hart on General Practice and how this has kept him going in his 40 year career. Graham has also just released a new book 'The exceptional potential of General Practice' bringing together input from colleagues nationally and internationally. Graham talks to me about Deep End General Practice, using discretion, integrated care, and keeping hopeful. He finished with highlighting the importance of connections saying...'it is not just what I do but what I am part of.'
Graham’s Book and website recommendations