Paul is approachable, empathetic and understanding to the challenges that face trainees. I’m always impressed with his attitude that solutions can be generated by trainees themselves and he actively encourages suggestions for improvement. I am extremely glad that he is running for RCGP President and feel that he would be an excellent candidate. Matt Jones GPST2[…]
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I am delighted that Dr Paul Myres is standing in the RCGP president election. We first met three years across when I was appointed as the AiT representative for North Wales. Dr Myres has been very supportive to both myself and Dr Sioned Enlli, First Five Rep and through is guidance we have created a strong[…]
I am delighted and honoured to nominate Paul Myres for the role of President of the Royal College of General Practitioners. I have known and worked with Paul for a number of years. He is a vastly experienced general practitioner with a knowledge of the issues affecting modern general practice. In the present challenging environment[…]
The role of the RCGP President is critical to the college. As elected leader of the college, not only is the President an ambassador for the RCGP, but the role requires an individual who is able to bring together sometimes quite differing opinions and perspectives across the UK (and beyond) to ensure the College remains not only relevant to[…]
It is a privilege to nominate Paul Myers as candidate for RCGP President I have known Paul for a number of years through our work on the RCGP Committee of Medical Ethics, and have always been struck by his wise and balanced approach to the many challenges facing our profession. He has a strong sense[…]
Paul was a very successful chair of RCGP Wales Council and I think would make a balanced and effective president of the College. Malcolm Lewis, Director Postgraduate Education for General Practice, Wales Deanery
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