Peter Morris

BMJ 2016; 354 doi: (Published 16 September 2016) Cite this as: BMJ 2016;354:i4870

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  1. Barbara Shepherd,
  2. Bill MacRae

After resident house officer posts in Manchester and Lancaster, Peter Morris completed training posts in obstetrics, paediatrics, and anaesthesia. He spent a year as an assistant in general practice in Cockermouth and 18 months as a senior house officer in anaesthesia at the Royal Lancaster Hospital. He then became a general practitioner in Lancaster and continued his interest in anaesthesia as a part time clinical assistant at the Royal Lancaster.

By 1964, however, he realised that his real ambition was to be a career anaesthetist. He passed the Primary FFARCS examination while still working in general practice. He joined the Manchester training scheme and swiftly moved through the ranks; in May 1967 he was appointed to a consultant post at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

He …

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