GP trainer

GP trainer

An experienced GP in the UK who has:
(1) The appropriate paperwork (active registration with the Royal College of General Practitioners).
(2) Experience—acted as a Foundation Year 2 Clinical Supervisor (FY2CS) for at least one 4-month FY2 placement, or participated in supporting the FY2 Community Educational Supervisor (FY2CES) role locally.
(3) Training—undertaken all 3 modules of the GP educator pathway (or has a portfolio of evidence supporting his/her educational activities), and shouldered the responsibility of training junior doctors to become general practitioners.
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Pat Feeney, a GP trainer and partner at the Branch End Surgery in Stocksfield, Northumberland, clinical executive for Vocare and a founder of NDUC, said: "As an organisation we have built an extensive network of highly-qualified clinicians and operational staff to provide a number of important functions working in partnership across the region with the NHS.
Yet in November 2004, she declared she had obtained the qualification in 1995 when applying to become a GP trainer to Birmingham Deanery.
Dr Paul Stillman, a GP trainer with the British Postgraduate Medical Federation, said: "There are real advantages for everyone if we can encourage people to take greater control over the management of their minor ailments.
Dr Paul Stillman, a GP in Crawley, Sussex and a GP trainer with the British Postgraduate Medical Federation, says: "There are real advantages for everyone if we can encourage people to take greater control over the management of their minor ailments.
Warren is a general practitioner and GP trainer in Sheffield, England.
I've spent 20 years as a doctor; 10 as a GP trainer and 18 months in my current role at Northern Doctors Urgent Care.
Dr Liston has worked in general practice for 22 years and is also a GP trainer.
I also have experience as a GP trainer, a GP tutor and as a medical manager.
Doctor Neil Statham, a GP trainer working in Beechwood Surgery, Newport, added, 'If the Assembly can't be trusted to look after the GP registrars it already has, how does it expect to attract new ones?
The BMA's Newcastle office has been overwhelmed with complaints from junior doctors, consultants and GP trainers since the cuts were announced.
To do that, we also need to increase the number of GP trainers and ease the transition for those moving from training into general practice.