Liz Moulton is a freelance general practitioner (GP) in West Yorkshire and a GP appraiser and advisor to the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) Practice Support Unit. She graduated from Leeds University and was a GP registrar on the Airedale Training Scheme. She then worked in the Academic Primary Care teaching practice at the University of Dundee before settling in Yorkshire, working in two different GP training practices. Liz was a GP trainer for more than 20 years. She has been course organiser for the Leeds Vocational Training Scheme for general practice, served as associate and deputy director at Health Education Yorkshire and the Humber, worked in primary care development for Leeds Health Authority, and acted as a GP advisor to the UK Department of Health. Liz has also run many courses on consultation skills for GPs, GP registrars, nurses, and nurse practitioners, and was recently appointed to lead “The Consultation” and “Teaching the Consultation” modules for the University of Leeds’ masters’ level course for medical teachers. She was absolutely delighted to be awarded an MBE in 2005 for services to medicine and healthcare in Yorkshire.