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Job reference: 094195
Location: Various locations within Scotland
Job closing date: 07/04/2022
Job posted date: 14/03/2022
Salary: Please see advert
Job Type: Medical and Dental
Employment type: Fixed-term
Hours Per Week: 40
Department: Professional Development
Employer (NHS Board) : NHS Education for Scotland

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Established as a Special Health Board, NHS Education for Scotland is the provider of leading-edge specialist learning, education and skills development for all health service employees in Scotland. These General Practice Fellowships are for one year, from August 2022. Doctors from overseas wishing to be considered for these fellowships will need to achieve an overall score of 7.5 out of 9 in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test.


You must have completed your General Practice Specialty Training prior to taking up post.


Rural Training Fellowships in General Practice

Closing date: 7th April 2022

Salary will be £60,643. (Any 2022/23 salary uplift will be applied).

Interviews will be held by MS Teams on Thursday 21st April 2022


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. Two distinct fellowship options and one Hybrid option are included from August 2022:

  • The ‘standard’ GP Rural Fellowship option based on the curriculum for rural practice developed by the Remote and Rural Training Pathways Group (GP sub-group Final Report Sept 2007). Nine optional posts.
  • The GP Acute Care Rural Fellowship option based on the GP Acute Care Competencies work following from the agreement of the Framework for the Sustainability of Services and the Medical Workforce in Remote Acute Care Community Hospitals. Two posts.


You will 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.


The Rural Fellowships are designed for doctors who 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 you 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. Posts will be available from August 2022 in a variety of rural locations across Scotland (details of locations with post descriptors available at:

http://www.scotlanddeanery.nhs.scot/your-development/gp-fellowships/


Application and Job information are available below.

For further information, please contact Dr Gillian Clarke gillian.clarke1@nhs.scot and/ or discussion with previous post-holder(s) can be arranged if desired.


We actively encourage applicants from a range of backgrounds, regardless of gender, age, disability, race, sexual orientation, religion or belief. https://www.careers.nhs.scot/about/who-we-are/

 

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