Morrison, Dr Gordon

MRCP(SCE Acute), MBBS, BSc, PgDip

Specialty

Acute medicine

Sub-specialty

General medicine 

Training and education

  • BSc pharmacology – King's College London, 2003
  • MBBS (medical degree) – Guy's, King's and St Thomas' School of Medicine, London, 2005
  • Completion of foundation programme – South East Thames Foundation School, 2007
  • Completion of core medical training – Wessex Deanery 2009
  • MRCP (member of the Royal College of Physicians) membership exams – Royal College of Physicians, London, 2011
  • MRCP specialty certificate exam in acute medicine – Royal College of Physicians, London, 2013
  • Postgraduate diploma in healthcare management – Henley Business School, Reading University, 2015
  • Completion of acute and general medicine specialist training (CCT) – Wessex Deanery, 2016

Experience

Dr Morrison is a consultant in acute and general medicine who joined the Trust in 2016. 

Dr Morrison's roles at UHS include:

  • lead for undergraduate students in the acute medical unit (AMU) 
  • education lead for the AMU
  • the AMU's lead for hospital standardised mortality ratio
  • ACCS (Acute Care Common Stem, a training programme for junior doctors) lead for acute medicine at UHS
  • deputy module lead for final year medical students at University of Southampton
  • registered educational and clinical supervisor.

Key achievements

In medicine

  • Published author in medicine
  • Specialist training committee for acute medicine trainee rep - 2012-16
  • Associate college tutor at Bournemouth Hospital, 2014-15
  • Training in expedition medicine, 2014
  • Faculty member of renowned Tomorrow's Teachers course, 2012-16

Outside of medicine

  • Gold, silver and bronze medals in British, Welsh, London and regional taekwondo championships
  • Competed in world taekwondo championships
  • London Marathon finisher
  • Olympic triathlon distance finisher
  • Qualified gym and Insanity workout instructor

Publications

  • Management of acute hypothermia, Medicine, vol 45, issue 3, March 2017 P135-138.