In collaboration with Health Education England School of General Practice, Canterbury Christ Church University have launched a Primary Care Fellowship in General Practice.
To enable a post CCT GP (registered as an independent practitioner on the National Performers List) to develop a special interest in education and research related to the education and training of the GP and primary care workforce.
The academic qualification undertaken will be an MSc in Health and Wellbeing (with the possibility of a themed award in General Practice).
The overarching aims of the programme independent of the individual award are:
- To enhance the function of Primary Care professionals within the community care setting
- To develop and demonstrate high level research capability skills
- To develop and demonstrate high level skills in leadership and management
- To successfully complete an MSc in Health and Wellbeing Programme
During the duration of the 12 month Fellowship the Fellow will undertake an integrated programme of clinical activities and academic study with a weekly commitment of:
- 6 sessions per week in clinical practice setting
- 4 sessions per week within the academic setting or engaged in project work
The Fellow will be a partner / employed by their host organisation. The Bursary provided will support.
Tuition Fees for the registration of the Award
Financial support for the Fellow to enable them to be fully able to engage in the 4 sessions / week of the academic programme
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For further information regarding the above programme, please contact
Jane Arnott, email@example.com.
Applications should be made to Penny Wills, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Both a CCCU and HEE application form should be completed and sent along with copies of ID and previous qualifications.