A General Practice Training Podcast; encouraging and inspiring the next generation of GPs. In the current climate of pressure and negativity the Jolly GP Podcast aims to inspire and encourage the next generation of GPs.
Reversing Type 2 Diabetes and a wide-ranging discussion with Dr Simon Tobin.
Today’s podcast is an interview with Dr Simon Tobin, a GP working in Merseyside, interested in diet, exercise and social prescribing and who’s GP practice has seen 86 patients achieve a reversal in their Type 2 Diabetes using dietary changes alone. To follow Dr Tobin @DocRunner1 https://nutrition.bmj.com/content/early/2020/11/02/bmjnph-2020-000072 Parkrun Practices: https://r1.dotdigital-pages.com/p/49LX-52M/parkrunpractice @jollygppodcast Host: Dr Daniel Butler Music: Safety net by Riot - YouTube Audio Library
'Ikigai' and how to prepare for a post CCT career in General Practice with Dr Dipesh Gopal
Today we chat to Dr Dipesh Gopal, a GP who recently completed his training. We chat about his progression through training, how he got into academic training and thoughts around how to enjoy your future career. To find out more about Dipesh: https://linktr.ee/dipeshgopalAnd here is the article we talk about:https://bjgp.org/content/70/690/24.long Enjoy this week's podcast! Host: Dr Daniel ButlerContact @jollygppodcast Music: Safety Net by Riot - YouTube Library
Let's Talk Money; an interview with Medics Money co-founder Dr Tommy Perkins.
Today’s podcast is an interview Daniel did with GP and Medics Money co-founder, Dr Tommy Perkins. We discuss how Tommy got into General Practice and how he ended up starting a business to advise doctors to make better financial decisions. To find out more about Medics Money visit https://www.medicsmoney.co.uk/ they also have a new podcast called “Medics Money podcast”. Host: Dr Daniel Butler Contact: @jollygppodcast Music Safety Net by Riot - YouTube Audio Library
Is General Practice in 2020 what we signed up for? After six months in hospital, the Jolly GP trainees discus how life has changed in primary care.
The three Jolly GP trainees are reunited (via zoom), to discuss their return to primary care this month, after six months in hospital. With so many changes and challenges facing primary care is it what we signed up for and can we still be 'jolly' about it?Dr Richard Bothwell, Dr Daniel Butler and Dr Richard Arneill chat through some of their experiences and also which songs best encapsulate their feelings on starting GPST3. Please also consider completing this online feedback form:https://s.surveyplanet.com/orjefRayRS Hosts: Dr Richard Bothwell, Dr Daniel Butler & Dr Richard Arneill Music: Safety Net by Riot - YouTube Audio Library
Finding Fair Health, an interview with GP trainee and podcast host Dr Rachel Steen.
Today’s podcast is an interview Daniel did with GP trainee Dr Rachel Steen in May. Rachel hosts a podcast called Finding Fairhealth Podcast and more information can be found at fairhealth.org.uk. Host: Dr Daniel Butler Contact: @jollygppodcast Music Safety Net by Riot - YouTube Audio Library
From CCT to Global Pandemic - An interview with GP Dr Jon Emmett on his recent transition from GP Training into General Practice, amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
This week Daniel chats to Dr Jon Emmett, a GP trainee who received his CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training) the month before Covid-19 changed Primary Care and the wider healthcare system. We discuss the experience of a newly qualified GP into this ever changing climate and discuss the changes he has seen in a short amount of time. Host: Dr Daniel Butler Contact: @jollygppodcast Music: Safety Net by Riot - YouTube Audio Library
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New jolly trainee
I’m a new ST1 listening since I started in August and have now gone through the lot. Laughing out loud at the podcast, the guys are really funny and the content is really useful and interesting. Making my drives to my work and on calls more enjoyable!!
3 inspiring GP trainees highlighting the reward of being a GP. Lighthearted and easy to listen to, it’s the perfect format for both trainees and qualified GP’s to be reminded what makes the job so special!
Good for non-trainees too!
It’s a few years since I was a GP trainee but this podcast is new, full of enthusiasm and lots of fun - a great reminder that GP is like that too...most of the time!! Keep up the good work, looking forward to the next one to inspire the current and future generations of GPs!!