For General Practitioner (GP)
GP colleagues - Register for Virtual Doctor's Mess held on Wednesdays
The virtual Doctors’ Mess was set up on a voluntary basis by a group of enthusiastic medical educationalists in April 2020, to offer a protected place for doctors to talk with their peers. We are running weekly facilitated small groups on Zoom for GP and Hospital colleagues across the UK.
Would you like to:
We welcome any doctor with a GMC number who would value a psychologically safe space and a positive coaching approach to sharing and flourishing in a group.
Register before the session (currently Wednesday’s) by emailing: email@example.com
Note: Registration for each event will be via an Eventbrite link
Calling All GPs!!!
Do you have or know of a GP in Westminster who is:
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Salaried Portfolio Innovation (SPIN) programme fellowships for North West London
The Central London Training Hub is excited to announce a series of innovative salaried GP fellowships which incorporate peer learning into a supportive network to help the transition through the early years of working as an independent GP, Please click here for more information.
Hypertension upskilling learning module via e-learning for Healthcare
This 45 minute on-line upskilling learning module incorporates up to date guidelines and evidence based aims specifically addressing the needs for front-line primary care in the diagnosis and management of hypertension and CVD risk including familial hypercholesterolaemia, atrial fibrillation, dyslipidaemia and other cardiovascular disease related conditions.
This hypertension upskilling learning module has been accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP), therefore, if you are a GP, you would be entitled to learning credits.
To access the new upskilling module, please click on the link. An account to ‘e-learning for Health’ is required to access this training module.
For more information, please see here.
International GP Recruitment (IGPR)
NHS England is supporting family doctors who work in European Economic Area (EEA) countries and Australia to come and work in England, whether you were trained as a family doctor / general practitioner (GP) abroad or qualified in the United Kingdom (UK). In the UK, family doctors are known as GPs.
Benefits of the programme:
Find out more information here, IGPR