Written by Dr Mohamud Verjee (S. 1965-69)
Saturday, 18 February 2006

Great to receive the Pelican and read all the news. It makes me feel but a stone's throw away! Life as a physician in Canada is no less busy than in the NHS in England which I left in 1994.

Currently very involved with teaching,and maintaining a practice at the same time, as well as completing research, and at this later stage of my life, taking up the challenge of an e-course MSc in International Primary Care. Lifelong learning to the full! As the Director of the Family Medicine Clerkship programme, and Clinical Associate Professor, I currently oversee and organise the GP training of all final year medical students at the University of Calgary, in Alberta. This is my fifth year on the Board of Directors of the Alberta Chapter of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, and my third as the Chief Examiner for the Medical Council of Canada national Licensing examination - the LMCC.

My wife and I remain very happy in Alberta, and have two sons in their 20's, our eldest completing his own MSc in Developmental Studies, the the younger training to be a commercial pilot. We would be pleased to hear from anyone visiting our city.

www.verjee.com

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