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Some papers arising from David Hannay’s research into illness behaviour were published as The Symptom Iceberg in 1979. John Goldie, an Easterhouse general practitioner, obtained his MD based on student responses to ethical dilemmas. Other publications reflected Hamish Barber’s pioneering work on health visitor programmes of prevention for children and care of the elderly. At one time, half the general practices in Scotland were using his Woodside child health record. In 1975, Hamish Barber produced a textbook entitled General Practice Medicine, with contributions from members of the department and others.
With the opening of a major health sciences centre at Belfield, most early teaching has moved to the university campus and a major network of teaching general practices (currently almost 150) has been developed. The introduction of four-year gradu- Academic General Practice in Ireland 29 ate entry programmes has also been a significant driver in developing general practice sites for student placements starting in the first year. A major theme of general practice at UCD has been the recruitment of general practitioners to academic life.
In 1965 the southwest faculty of the College of General Practitioners sent a memorandum of evidence to the medical curriculum review committee of the university stating ‘we strongly urge the setting up of a department of general practice as a logical step in the development of undergraduate medical education’. The general practice input within the public health teaching enthused the medical students and the medical student society asked Dr Macara to conduct a survey of medical student opinion about the need to have dedicated time in general practice.
Academic General Practice in the UK Medical Schools, 1948-2000: A Short History by John Howie, Michael Whitfield