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My work has four main strands – patient care, membership of the unit management team, clinical research and the College. At different times I can, or have to, place greater or lesser emphasis on any one of these areas – the result is a job virtually devoid of routine. Let me tell you about each area. I hope by doing so you will also learn a little about what is going on in psychiatry north of the border. You will know we arrange things rather differently from the rest of the United Kingdom.

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