Clinical Teaching Fellow in Primary Care

Imperial College London - Department of Primary Care and Public Health, School of Public Health

(2 Posts)

Faculty of Medicine

Campus: Charing Cross Hospital Campus, Hammersmith

General practitioners who have gained their CCT are invited to apply for the 2 day per week post of Clinical Teaching Fellow in Primary Care in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health (PCPH), within the School of Public Health at  Imperial College London, Faculty of Medicine. The Primary Care education team in which this post sits, is one of the largest of its kind across the UK, working with over 500 GPs to deliver teaching across 13 attachments in the MBBS programme at Imperial.

This is an exciting postgraduate training opportunity for those interested in developing a career in medical education, to train and develop their skills and academic qualifications as medical educators. At the end of the 2 year post, the post holder will have gained a wide range of educational experience which will equip them to move on to further teaching and training roles.

Teaching takes place both in General Practices and at the Medical School and encompasses a broad range of contemporary teaching and assessment methods. The post holder needs to have a clinical attachment in a practice in reasonable commuting distance of the medical school and be prepared to commit to teaching Imperial students.

The appointee will be based at the Charing Cross campus (located in Hammersmith), as a member of the Department of Primary Care and Public Health. They will be expected to participate generally in the department’s activities and may take on other duties in agreement with the Director of Undergraduate Primary Care Education. The appointee must continue to work part time as a NHS GP for the duration of the appointment.

You will need a Certificate of Completion of Training in General Practice or equivalent, full registration with the General Medical Council and evidence of teaching experience.

This is a Part time (14 hours per week post) for a fixed term of 2 years.

As this post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, a satisfactory (standard/enhanced/enhanced for regulated activity) Disclosure and Barring Service check will be required for the successful candidate.

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Should you have any queries please contact: Jenna Mollaney

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