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Rose Singleton
GP. Fell runner. Field custodian. Currently taking a break from Twitter.
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Rose Singleton Feb 19
My experiences of training and working in and the vital role of rural areas in training the expert generalists of the future
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Rose Singleton Feb 16
You are a bit of a pioneer Imo, forging a path in a rural area when the conventional training system has seemed determined not to support you.
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Rose Singleton Feb 15
The article concludes that it should be a carefully considered option for all trainees and offers reasons why. It also highlights the importance of contentment, not enslavement. Rural areas need and deserve good doctors and perhaps some might feel inspired by it.
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Rose Singleton Feb 14
Replying to @sweb68 @pdbyrne
The risk is transferred from the hospital to the patient.
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Rose Singleton Feb 14
I'm really proud to have contributed to this edition of with my opinion on the benefits of rural training and how it is best placed to produce the expert generalists of the future
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Rose Singleton Feb 5
This is a brilliant service that we are very lucky to have. A shout out to the fabulous Lesley (in blue) who works with us
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Rose Singleton Jan 11
Because honestly, what else would I have done on such a bad weather day?
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Rose Singleton Jan 9
Really great article, setting out the problems very clearly, thank you.
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Rose Singleton Jan 6
Replying to @MFAminGP
I completely agree, people in own homes arguably more vulnerable and shifting resources to care homes will mean people at home get less. Also a weekly round also takes onus away from residents and care home staff to self manage things and puts more responsibility onto GP.
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Rose Singleton Jan 6
Replying to @annalewis77
Congratulations 😊 I was really surprised by the reaction to the tweet, all very positive! Hope you enjoy the new role.
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Rose Singleton Jan 6
I'm sorry to hear about this Caroline. I've been on the receiving end of NHS bullying (thankfully not recently) and it's horrible and a huge challenge to tackle. You're right that it often comes from the top. I hope you get the support you need.
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Rose Singleton Jan 5
Replying to @Zohra_Qureshi1
Congratulations to you too 😀
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Rose Singleton Jan 5
"I surround myself with good people and let them get on with their jobs". Ingenious, but so simple and obvious when you think about it.
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Rose Singleton Jan 5
Replying to @hilariefryer
Thanks Hilarie 😊
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Sir Michael Marmot Jan 4
A simple summary of a whole body of evidence: people are not poor because they make poor choices. Poverty leads to poor 'choices' or, more precisely, no choices. That health follows the social gradient is more to do with circumstances than the 'choices' people make
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Rose Singleton Jan 4
Replying to @drceit
That's exactly why I want to do it 😊
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Rose Singleton Jan 4
Replying to @DrPeterWeeks1
Thank you 👍 got lots to learn!
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Rose Singleton Jan 4
Sadly not next week, will be fell racing (the main thing that keeps me away!) Hopefully catch you there another time though 👍
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Rose Singleton Jan 4
On 1st Jan I became a GP Partner. It feels a bit scary but it also feels right. I believe in this system to provide the best care for our patients and I'm excited about the opportunities ahead.
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Rose Singleton Jan 4
My local parkrun, love it 💚🏔
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