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We also devised a classification of drugs later taken on by Professor Wade to the BNF (British National Formulary) when he became its editor. In the late 1970s the then Vice-Chancellor, Lord Hunt, who had a medical background, was persuaded that proper funding was needed. Money was provided for one part-time senior lecturer and two full-time The University of Birmingham 33 research lecturers together with formal, if not over-generous payment and recognition of the four university teaching practices.
Butterfield led the establishment of the school of clinical medicine (1976), and Peters the transformation of the school into a world leading centre for medical research. The path to realising the academic aspirations of general practice led uphill. The combined efforts of postgraduate general practice educators, the RHA, Royal Colleges and local practitioners took twenty years to establish a chair of general practice. In the 1970s the Royal Commission on Medical Education1 strongly recommended including general practice in the clinical curriculum, recognising it as a specialty and proposing structured general practice postgraduate training and senior academic appointments for general practice undergraduate teachers.
Even the ancillary staff 20 Academic General Practice in the UK, 1948–2000 were streamed in this way. Modern A4-sized medical records replaced the old Lloyd George envelopes and off-line computers at the university captured data for clinical research purposes, long before PCs arrived. A busy and forward-looking multidisciplinary health centre was fully functional by the time Prince Charles the Prince of Wales conducted the official opening of the building in 1972. He was impressed by early clinical audit activity.