Co-President - Ellie Davis I’m Ellie, a 5th year medic from Newnham College. I am one of the Co-Presidents for GP-Soc this year and am excited to promote General Practice as a career to the medics of Cambridge. Personally, I really enjoy the diversity of opportunities that GP has to offer, as well as the large amount of patient contact. We have a lot of plans for different educational and career-focused events, as well as our Conference on the 4th March – stay tuned
Secretary - Kieran Smith Hi, I am Kieran, a 5th Year Medic, and I am looking forward to serving as the Secretary for the GP Society 2022-2023. If I were to summarise the rationale behind my involvement in this society, I would probably refer to a fascination with the many, varied, and (occasionally) humorous ways in which patients interact with the most public facing aspect of the NHS.
Treasurer - Anthony Lim Hi! I’m Anthony, a 6th year medical student at Caius, and I’m the treasurer. I’m really excited to be working with the rest of the committee, both behind the scenes in managing finances to run events, and providing general support to the other officers.
Events Officer - Louis Vuillermoz Hello, I’m Louis, one of the 5th year students at St John’s College and an Events officer for GP-soc this year. I look forward to helping plan and run the many events hosted by us this year.
Education Officer - Anissa Faher Hi! My name is Anissa, a final year from Christ’s College. I am very excited to be the education officer of the GP Society for the following academic year. I am looking forward to organising a variety of GP-themed lectures, workshops and seminars in the coming months! General practice is a versatile and diverse specialty with a vast array of patient presentations and skills required thus allowing for exciting topics from an educational perspective-stay tuned!
Communications Officer - Marcus Au Hello, I'm Marcus - a final year from Queens' and the Communications Officer for GPSoc. I look forward to updating you on society's latest and greatest in the year to come!