We will be recruiting to the Rural, Health Inequality and Medical Education Fellowships from Mid to late March with interviews in May.
Application to all Fellowship options are now available through the link NES Intranet - 2020 (scot.nhs.uk)
For all rural fellowship enquiries please email Gill Clarke
Rural Fellowships in General Practice
The one-year GP Rural Fellowships represent an opportunity to work in Scotland to develop the generalist skills required to work in some of the most beautiful areas of our country. There are three types of Rural Fellowship - 'Standard', Hybrid and 'Acute Care'. Up to 10 Rural fellowships are available this year.
Fellows gain experience by working in remote and/or rural general practice for the 'Standard' option or hospital practice for the Acute Care option as well as in a 'base practice' in a rural area. The fellowship year includes 13 weeks of protected time and a generous financial allowance to support a flexible, individually tailored learning programme based on the fellow's individual needs. Part time opportunities are available.
The Rural Fellowships are designed for doctors that have reasonably recently completed their General Practice Specialty Training and have an interest in experiencing remote and rural practice. There may be regular travel to and within remote areas which may not be served by public transport, therefore if candidates do not hold a valid UK driving licence, it will be necessary to organise travel arrangements and suitable alternative transport. Travel expenses incurred as a result of the need to travel will be reimbursed.
A range of Rural Fellowship options are available in 2021 and are listed below, including links to individual descriptors for each fellowship. Recruitment to the 2021 Fellowships opens on 18th March and closes on 15th April 2021. For further information please contact the fellowship coordinator Dr Gillian Clarke and follow the Rural Fellowship Facebook page at, https://www.facebook.com/ruralGPfellowship/ The link to the Rural Fellows posts is available here
Standard Fellowships (information about the standard fellowship programme is here [doc])
Acute Care (specific information about the acute fellowship programme is here [doc])
A copy of the 2021 Job information is here (pdf)
Medical Education Fellowships in General Practice
The Medical Education Fellowships are designed for doctors who have reasonably recently completed their General Practice Specialty Training and have an interest in medical education. The part time nature of the posts allows candidates time to continue to develop generalist skills in the context of service general practice (e.g. through a locum appointment) while undertaking a tailored programme of exposure and training in relation to medical education. This will involve being attached to the regional Postgraduate GP unit with opportunities to become involved with teaching, educational developments, quality assurance initiatives and evaluation/ research. Individuals will be encouraged to start a postgraduate qualification relevant to medical education. Four 0.5 WTE posts are available in the 2019 recruitment round, one in each of the East of Scotland, South East of Scotland, West of Scotland and North of Scotland.
If this stimulates your interest please contact the GP Director or Assistant GP Directors to discuss, or any of the current medical education fellows through the regional postgraduate GP offices.
Health Inequality Fellowships in General Practice
These Health Inequality Fellowships aim to provide an introduction to the opportunities and challenges of delivering generalist skills in the context of service general practice in a relatively deprived area. There is protected time to undertake additional training (education and/ or a research project) relevant to your needs and those of the practice population. Three posts are available in the 2019 recruitment round in the West of Scotland (1), South East of Scotland (0.5 wte) and East of Scotland (0.5 wte).
If this stimulates your interest, please contact Prof Amjad Khan or any of the current health inequality education fellows through the appropriate regional postgraduate GP offices.
Clinical Academic Fellowship
This is a fixed term Academic Fellowship tenable in the stated Universities in Scotland. The post is a joint development between NES and the Universities in Scotland.
Suitable applicants for the 2019 recruitment round have either to have completed ST3 or have a CCT within the previous two years or expect to complete ST3 in 2019. The post is for one year and comprise 80% academic work in the University Department and 20% clinical work in a suitable practice. It may be full-time or part-time.
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