Honorary Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners

Professor Kate O’Donnell of the Institute of Health and Wellbeing has recently been awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal College of General Practitioners. It is given for outstanding work towards the objectives of the College, with recipients demonstrating a significant contribution to the development of general practice and primary care. Professor O’Donnell said ‘I am delighted to have received this honour from the College. It recognises the work that I have conducted over 20 years, particularly in relation to the evaluation of primary care policy and developments and to access to care for marginalised groups. There are many colleagues and PGR students whose work with me has contributed to this recognition and I would like to thank them. I look forward to working with the College in the future to further the development of academic primary care.’ 


First published: 7 August 2017