MB BS, MSc, MRCGP, FFPH, MFTM After graduating from Guys Hospital Medical School as an Army Cadet in 1989, Susanna went on to train as a GP in the Army and continued in General Practice becoming a GP principal and trainer until she changed her career path to Public Health in 2009. Having successfully completed Public Health training, Susanna undertook the Diploma in Travel Medicine in 2015 and won the Cameron Lockie prize. She developed a keen interest in Travel Medicine and ran the Defence Medical Services Travel Medicine courses until her retirement from the Army in July 2018, having passed the Faculty Membership examination in December 2017. She now works as the Faculty of Travel Medicine Course Manager for the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians Glasgow and retains a keen interest in teaching and learning. When not working from home for the Faculty, Susanna runs a smallholding in mid-Wales where she has an extensive apple orchard, sheep, chickens and several other pets. Dr Susanna Roughton