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.
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?