Dr Euan Lawson has been working at Lancaster Medical School since the first cohort arrived in 2006. He is now the lead Community Clinical Teacher and is involved in all aspects of delivering the community clinical course.
He graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 1997 and went off with the British Army on a short-service commission. He completed his GP training within the Army. He has spent time in Germany, inluding a tour of Bosnia, before finally fetching up in Brunei with the Gurkhas. In 2004 he left the Army and moved to the north west of England. As well as continuing with some nullnormalnull general practice his main clinical interest is the management of substance misuse in primary care.