Adam Fraser

Adam Fraser was an academic registrar and subsequently a clinical tutor in communication skills at the University of Birmingham. He was the registrar representative on the RCGP curriculum development group, which produced the new curriculum for GP training. He has worked as a Programme Director for the West Midlands Deanery, a continuous professional development tutor for the West Midlands Strategic Health Authority and a GP principal in inner city Birmingham.

He was the original author of the curriculum statements on the GP consultation, men’s health, cardiovascular problems, digestive problems, ENT and facial problems, metabolic problems, respiratory problems and rheumatology and conditions of the musculoskeletal system. He was the RCGP curriculum guardian of the GP consultation curriculum statement from 2005 to 2014, and was co-editor of the GP consultation module of the e-GP programme with Roger Neighbour.

Adam now works as a GP principal and GP trainer at the Bridges Medical Practice in Weymouth. He is a Programme Director for the Dorset patch of Health Education Wessex and teaches on the Bournemouth day release course. His interests include GP training, communication skills and therapeutic consulting.