Dr Campbell Murdoch

Person-centred care is a core focus of Campbell’s work as a doctor. He is driven by a desire to understand people, their diversity, and what is truly important and matters to them. He is fascinated by people’s unique lives and their journeys. These stories are a constant source of education, and a reminder that evidence-based medicine works best when the person is at the centre.  This person-centred approach will often assist people to be in control of their own health.

Campbell has been a GP since 2007 and currently works in the South West of England. His postgraduate education has included; organisational development, leadership, and quality improvement. This knowledge and experience has provided a broad range of skills and perspectives. These are used in combination with his appetite for innovation to develop effective, efficient and safe healthcare services.

Sports and exercise medicine is another interest. Campbell’s postgraduate studies raised his awareness about the importance of lifestyle factors in optimal health and wellbeing. This is especially true with conditions related to metabolic health.

Campbell is certain that significant improvements can be made to the health and wellbeing of the global population. By developing and diversifying how healthcare is offered great results are achievable now.

Dr Campbell Murdoch’s current roles

  • General Practitioner in South West England
  • Public Health England – Clinical Champion for Physical Activity
  • Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group (NHS) – Person-Centred Care Lead
  • University of Bristol Medical School – Tutor in Effective Consulting
  • Royal College of General Practice – Clinical Advisor

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