A diagnostic clinician in primary care working at master’s level with undiagnosed and undifferentiated diagnoses, managing complexity and uncertainty at the first point of contact who has a minimum of 5 years post-graduate experience.
Criteria for applications:
- A GP*
- A clinician (e.g. AHP or Nurse) with a post registration Master’s Degree
- An Advanced Practitioner with an MSc, HEE Recognition or Tier 3 training* (for more information on Tier 3 supervisor training for APs please email firstname.lastname@example.org )
- A First Contact Practitioner with HEE Recognition** or written evidence of completion of stage 1 and stage 2 of the roadmap e.g. checklist for recognition/completion of FCP Survey
- Full MACP member
*Any Tier 3 Advanced Practitioner or Tier 3 GP Educational Supervisors recognised by the quality team do not need to attend the training days, but instead will be able to complete a short online resource. Please fill out the form here if you would like to receive this. Please note that there is no expectation for GP educators to complete the 2-day training. There will however be an optional multi-professional top up day that can be attended as a training update.
You must be able to attend both dates in the sessions that you choose.
The dates for 2022 cohorts are below:
- 6th and 7th December 2022
There are 20 places available for each session which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
There will be more cohorts in 2023, further details to follow.