Last Thursday Cole-Hamilton asked:
Though Cole-Hamilton appears to have read the above 76% figure in the 2019, From the Frontline, report, it is referring to the 2017, Destination GP, report which contains the actual results from the RCGP research into attitudes. The 2017 survey findings are based on only 9.4% of the 3 680 students in 30 UK medical schools from May to July 2017. Not only is this a small sample, it is a self-selecting sample, biased toward those holding a negative viewpoint, but it is also a UK-wide survey with no Scottish breakdown and thus not a valid indicator of morale amongst Scottish students.
Given the numerous indicators that GP practice in Scotland is a considerably preferable experience to that in parts of England, it seems unlikely the results would be similar here. For evidence see: