Dr Kate Little
Primary qualifications: MBChB, MRCP, MRCGP, PG Cert Primary Care, DRCOG DFFP
Kate is a regional clinical lead for the Practitioner Health service. She covers southeast England, which includes Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
She graduated from Edinburgh University in 1995 and initially started training in hospital medicine. She soon realised that her passions and skill set were more aligned with general practice so made the switch in 2000, completing her GP training in Poole in 2002.
She joined a partnership in Brixton in 2005 where she worked for over 8 years as a GP trainer and clinical lead in women’s health and cardiovascular disease.
Since relocating in 2014, Kate has worked in a variety of GP roles: partner, salaried, OOH and freelance, and as a GP appraiser. She recently set up Physician Burnout UK, a resource for doctors that are feeling fed-up, stressed, anxious, depressed or burnt-out.
Her passion is supporting physical & emotional health in doctors and the wider community. She is currently involved in a number of projects around these areas, one of which includes working for Public Health England as a Clinical Champion for physical activity.