Dr Clayton Micallef

Scottish Trainees Representative
Role on the Council
To represent Scottish trainees at the BGS Scotland and national BGS councils.
Scottish BGS council meetings, Scottish trainees meeting, national trainees council meetings.
Reason for joining the BGS Trainee’s Council
Throughout my training I have attended several BGS educational events and was always impressed with the high standard delivered.
With the growing momentum that this specialty has gained in recent years both with increasing evidence in clinical practice as well as with policy makers I look forward to representing geriatric medicine trainees within Scotland to help continue landscaping the future of our training as well as help improve the care of the people with most enjoy looking after.
I am also excited to meet trainees from other regions and to gain skills in leadership and management. Certainly the high standard that has already been achieved by current and previous trainee representatives is something to aim for and continue especially during the current challenging times.
Why trainees should get involved with the committee
I feel that trainees are crucial to the society to help improve the future of geriatric medicine by improving their own training. The BGS trainees committee provides a very well structured and supported platform to achieve this.
Term of Office: 2 years