Gloucestershire Primary Care Training Hub Population Health (PH) Fellowship 22/23

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Following on from previous innovative PH fellowships in Gloucestershire we are looking to appoint a further PH fellow from Primary Care. Priority for this fellowship will be given to nurses, AHPs and Clinical Pharmacist roles. We are however happy to accept interest from GPs and have an informal conversation about the role.

  • 2 sessions per week for 12 months (either as one whole day, or 2 half days, although further flexibility can be discussed as needed)
  • Fellowship advisor from the training hub and a supervisor from the local Public Health team to support and guide you in your fellowship
  • Regional connectivity with other PHM fellows, alongside regular sessions from the regional public health team, providing an exceptional learning and career development opportunity
  • Pay for the sessions will be commensurate with experience, up to a maximum of band 8a AfC
  • Education and training allowance of £1000 during the fellowship year to access additional courses, study materials, conferences or other pre-agreed use of the budget
  • Need to be available to start the fellowship alongside other regional fellows w/c 6th June, although happy to discuss flexibility beyond this start date for the main project work component
  • For full details of the fellowship, including a person specification please click here. (please note the link to the Learning Agreement embedded within this document is broken, therefore to access the Learning Agreement please click here)
  • Informal discussion welcome, please email to request. Application by submission of a brief covering note and CV to glccg.pcwc@nhs.net. Closing date 20th May.
  • Interview dates TBC

Areas of focus for this fellowship will typically include one or more of the following:

PCN DES Service Specification areas

  • Structured Medication Review and Medicines Optimisation, Enhanced Health in Care Homes, Early Cancer Diagnosis, Social Prescribing Service, Cardiovascular disease (CVD) diagnosis and prevention, Tackling neighbourhood inequalities, Personalised care, Anticipatory care.

Primary Care Educational Capacity & workforce development strategy in areas of deprivation

  • Developing a targeted approach to develop & support education & training capacity for areas of health inequalities/deprivation and workforce challenges.
  • Placement capacity & development
  • Workforce planning
  • Initiatives to support retention of the PC workforce
  • Resources for Supervision in Primary Care 

Primary Care Education & Training

  • Digital solutions for Primary Care Training and Development
  • Collaboration with the Primary Care (GP) School & the local GP Training programme to develop training initiatives which reflect the needs of the local population & the services in the community.


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