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When I was asked to write this “meet the rep” blog for our upcoming newsletter I was struggling for what to write without making it sound a little like a curriculum vitae. Well, full disclosure, I don’t think I’m entirely successful, so apologies if it is a little dry, but if anything hopefully I can reassure you I have the appropriate experience…
I am currently in my second year as the representative for the Thames Valley on the GP Trainee Subcommittee and also have the honour of being the deputy chair of the committee for 2017-18. This is my third year involved with the BMA and I currently sit on the Junior Doctor’s Committee and GP Committee.
My interest in medico-politics started during the Junior Doctors Contract dispute. Dismayed by the situation I attended a local meeting of the Regional Junior Doctors Committee and ended up leaving that night as the Chair. There began a fairly turbulent couple of years with a very steep learning curve, which I’m sure you all know about. At some point a national newspaper may have dubbed me a “Moët Medic”, but the less said about that the better.
I got involved with the GP Trainee Subcommittee as I am passionate about a number of different issues affecting GP trainees including standardisation of training requirements and the ePortfolio, improving the quality of out-of-hours training and recruitment and retention of the GP workforce. Working on the committee has given me some brilliant opportunities to work with both the Royal College of GPs and the GMC, as well as other stakeholders, to hopefully improve the education and working lives of GP trainees.
When I’m not doing BMA activities I continue to work as a full time ST3 in practice in Buckinghamshire. I have special interests in Mental Health and Sexual Health which I hope to explore further when I CCT next year. I am also busy preparing for my upcoming CSA examination and my impending nuptials! With the very limited time remaining I can often be found enjoying all things nerd or hanging out with my many nieces and nephews (10 and counting).
Over the coming year I hope to ensure GP trainee interests are represented as we see the rise of new models of care and the further roll out of the 2016 junior doctor contract.
Dr Daniel Djemal is the Thames Valley Representative on the GP trainees subcommittee
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