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The records were combined in one office with an open plan reception area, treatment room and facilities for outpatient clinics, physiotherapy and X-rays. The centre also offered community dentistry and a wing for local authority clinics. Including facilities for teaching and research, Woodside paved the way for the development of academic general practice in Glasgow. In 1972, Hamish Barber was appointed senior lecturer in primary medical care. The post was a joint one between the departments of medicine and of epidemiology and preventive medicine.
Two weeks of this was to take place in practices throughout the region with some time spent in city practices. Doctors who took the students in their practices were rewarded with a university title of ‘teacher in general practice’ enabling them to have access to the medical library and sports facilities. Postgraduate teaching of general practice was reasonably well financed and supported. Michael Lennard was appointed as regional adviser in general practice in the early 1970s for the whole of the south-west and this job was subdivided a few years later.
During the later 1970s most of these academic components became more autonomous. General practice was no exception; autonomy came early under a director (Robert Harvard Davis) and full professorial separation eventually occurred. The fragmented community medicine did not inhibit research collaboration between academic components but the geographic separation made communication less easy and a very heavy clinical workload also took its toll on academics. By the end of the 1970s academic general practice was forging ahead in terms of student and academic acclaim.
Academic General Practice in the UK Medical Schools, 1948--2 by John Howie