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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. 

Primary Care Academic Collaborative (PACT)

PACT aims to provide an opportunity for early career primary care health professionals to develop their own research ideas into high quality research projects which can be delivered by a network of PACT members.

PACT has been awarded funding from the RCGP Scientific Foundation Board for a pilot study focusing on the hot topic of home visits. They plan to recruit up to 20 practices via the 15 CRN networks in England in Spring 2020.

For more information, please see attached summary document.

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:

  • Support with your English language to reach the required standard
  • Choose where in England you would like to live and work
  • Relocation package and support
  • Attractive starting salary
  • Ongoing training and education
  • Exciting career path and opportunity to specialise

Find out more information here, IGPR

Expired events

Safeguarding Adults: Level 3 Training

This is a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) developed by HEE and provides FREE level 3 adult safeguarding to registered healthcare professionals. 

Please click here for more information and to register. The course has been planned for the following dates, 

  • 27 Jan 2020
  • 30 Mar 2020
  • 18 May 2020
  • 6 Jul 2020
  • 7 Sep 2020

Royal London Paediatric Update for GP Trainees

Date: 15/07/2020
Venue: Due to the viral pandemic the course will be hosted online.
Fee: £150.00 (However this cost can be reclaimed by GP Trainees through their study leave) 

Royal London is offering a course starting on 15th July 2020 , for more information please click here and for the course programme here for more details.

Please click here to register on the website and further information. 

Free GP Cancer Update Course 

RM Partners is hosting two further events on 6 February 2020, and 18 March 2020. These are free for GPs as well as other clinicians working in primary care practices across west London including nurses, pharmacists, advanced care practitioners and paramedics.

Please note these courses are not suitable for anyone who has previously attended an RM Partners/Red Whale cancer update course, as the content will be the same.

Please click here to registration.

Diabetes 1-Day PrePITstop Course for GPs 

Date: 10/06/2020
Venue: The Fitzrovia Centre, W1W 6DL 

This course is suited for those requiring an update or GPs not directly involved in diabetes care provision. The course will run from 9.15am until 4.30pm.

Please email CLH if you would like to attend.

Places are limited (maximum 30) and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. 

AF and Anticoagulation training for GPs 

The free AF and Anticoagulation training for GPs training due to take place 13th May has been cancelled and will be rescheduled to a later date. You will be notified of the new date in due course.  

GP ST3 Trainee with Out of Hours Experience

Date: 30/04/2020
Venue: Central London venue 

If you are a GP ST3 trainee who have undertaken at least six out of hours sessions and interested in helping aspiring trainers to teach in an out of hours setting, this is an opportunity for you to spend an enjoyable afternoon being taught by keen new teachers for their teaching practice session and learn a lot. You are not being assessed but your feedback on the teaching will be invaluable. 

No preparation is needed. It will be held in a Central London location on 30th April from 13.00 – 16.30, Fee is £100 (before tax and including expenses) will be paid to all volunteers. Lunch and refreshments are provided.

To book your place and for further details please email Carmen Wyles

Wellbeing in Primary Care: preventing illness & sustaining recovery

Date: 25/03/2020
Venue: Ortus Event and Learning Centre, SE5 8SN

This is a free one-day course is aimed at healthcare professionals (pharmacists, GPs, primary care nurses) working in the community who may encounter people in the early stages of mental distress.

Please click here for more information and registration.

Gender Identity Clinic information session

Date: 24/02/2020
Venue: Tavistock Centre, NW3 5BA

The London-based Gender Identity Clinic (GIC) is inviting GPs, nurses and healthcare professionals to a free Gender Identity Information Session.

Please book your place on Eventbrite.

Collaboration Opportunities with RCGP

RCGP's Clinical Innovation and Research Centre (CIRC) works with GPs and practice staff to advance primary care, RCGP are interested in potential collaboration to support improvements in Primary care for patients and clinicians.

Applications are welcome from any clinical topic or area that can demonstrate a strong rationale, and project concept, and one that meets the assessment criteria.

Apply by 28 February 2020 to develop a clinical programme with the RCGP's Clinical Innovation and Research Centre.

You can find all the guidance and application form and further information here.