HEE-EOE offers a number of fellowships that provide trainees with opportunities to develop knowledge and skills in education, leadership, quality improvement, mentoring, global health and clinical entrepreneurship whilst continuing with their clinical training.

Most fellows opt to train LTFT, although some may take an OOP to work as a fellow. Posts last one year. Fellows are expected to complete a specific project and present this at relevant conferences / meetings. Project support is provided by the educational research group which meets on-line monthly.

In 2021 we reviewed the fellows programme in line with GMC promoted curriculum changes that have a greater emphasis on professional capabilities.  HEE-EOE is committed to this programme and fellows are enrolled on a development programme whilst in post.

Below you will find the Job Description for all roles we currently recruit to within the EoE.  Please see the recruitment section of the website for information on roles currently in advertisement to ensure you don't miss your opportunity to apply! 

 

 

GP QI & Educational Leadership Fellowship

ST4 Quality Improvement and Educational Leadership Fellows
Person Specification

Eligibility

Essential
• Evidence of the likely achievement of GP competences to CCT level by the end of ST3

Desirable
• Evidence of commitment to General Practice
• Evidence of leadership potential
• Evidence of involvement in medical education
Evaluation by application form and ePortfolio

Knowledge and Achievements

Essential
• Demonstration of a commitment to develop the values, skills, competencies and expertise required to deliver clinical and educational leadership and development.

Desirable
• Demonstration of good general knowledge / broad interest in general practice and medical education.
• Demonstration of an awareness of quality improvement processes.

Evaluation by application form and interview

Educational and Personal Aspects

Essential
• Demonstration of a commitment to develop the values, skills, competencies and expertise required to deliver GP education and to develop the systems around GP education.
• An ability to attend the organised educational sessions

Desirable
• Demonstration of good general knowledge / broad interest in general practice and medical education.
• Demonstration of personal reasons for applying for this programme.
Evaluation by application form and interview

Communication Skills

Essential
• Evidence of good communication and team working skills.
Evaluation by application form and interview

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