We are delighted to present our next event in the ‘Professionalism in Medicine’ series with an evening in which you will have the opportunity to understand better how the current pensions issue may affect you now and in the future and perhaps for the first time fully appreciate how consultants have the capacity to transfer their skills to that of leadership roles.
Dr Miles graduated from London in 1986 and trained in general and respiratory medicine in Birmingham, Wellington NZ and Manchester before taking up a Consultant post there in 1996. He has been an undergraduate tutor and associate PG Dean in the North West. In 2013 he took up the post of Consultant Physician and Divisional Director of Acute and Community Medical Services in Rotherham South Yorkshire before locating to WGH as an acute physician in 2018.
Dr Robertson is a Consultant Cardiologist and member of BMA Scottish Council. He is one of four current employee members of the NHS Scotland Pension Scheme Advisory Board. He qualified from the University of Glasgow in 2003 and also received an MD from the University of Dundee in 2014. He currently works in Dundee & Perth and has previously worked in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Melbourne (Australia).
Important legal information: Dr Robertson is not a financial adviser. However, he has been closely involved in discussions on pensions on behalf of the BMA for over two decades and is a previous chair of the BMA UK Pensions Committee as well as Deputy Chair (Negotiations) of the Scottish Consultants Committee. His great experience in this area makes him ideally placed to answer your pension queries as well as having an up-to-date knowledge of what the BMA is doing in taking forward pensions issues with HM Treasury and Scottish Government.
As always, you are encouraged to seek independent financial advice before making any decision on your own financial planning.
Who should attend?
• Consultants, associate specialists and doctors in training
We look forward to seeing you at this exciting and engaging event.