Our next regional meeting takes place over Zoom on Thursday 24th February at 7pm. Members in the Aberdeen & North East Scotland region are invited to join Dr Julie Gray and Dr Fiona Mosgrove as they talk to us about exercise.
In this short talk, Dr Julie Gray discusses how to simplistically prescribe physical activity to anyone, of any ability, and how to tailor it to the individual.
Dr Fiona Mosgrove’s part of the session is for attendees to discover a little about the positive benefits of being involved, in a variety of different ways, with parkrun. Parkrun is a UK charity which helps volunteers to organise weekly, free, timed 5k runs in their own area. The aim is to bring people together and get them moving in a friendly, encouraging space. Find out more about how your patients might benefit from it.
About Dr Julie Gray
Dr Julie Gray is a GP, a triathlete and a regional director for the BSLM. Whilst we all know physical activity is beneficial to our health, many people don’t know where to start and clinicians don’t know how to help guide them.
About Dr Fiona Mosgrove
Dr Fiona Mosgrove is a GP with a special interest in respiratory medicine, with a particular interest in Bronchiectasis. She is passionate about improving care for all patients and about the positive benefits of being active. She has been involved with parkrun since 2018 and am the event director for Crathes Castle parkrun.