Launch of innovative scheme to train next generation of primary care leaders

The University of Glasgow’s School of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing is to launch an innovative scheme to equip selected medical students with the requisite skills and experience to become the next generation of leaders of primary care in Scotland. The new Community Orientated Medical Experience Track (COMET) will see medical students gain enriched and immersive exposure to primary care within both urban and rural settings.

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Professor Dame Anna Dominiczak commented: “We are committed to providing our students with world class medical education in a superb clinical environment. We are delighted that this new initiative will allow a greater number of talented young people to fulfil their potential and enter the medical workforce equipped with the skills they need to thrive as 21st century General Practitioners”.



First published: 26 June 2018