Free Ophthalmic Teaching - HEE project
As part of a project with Health Education England (HEE), there is a completely free training to support Advanced Clinical Practitioners (ACP’s) and trainee ACP’s in urgent care and GP services with the development of ophthalmic knowledge and skills.
There will be lots of online sessions (common eye conditions, case studies, triage of the ophthalmic patient and corneal emergencies, bespoke training), and depending on Covid-19 this will also include skills training.
To receive the link for the virtual training sessions, please email Clinical Educator on email@example.com
NHS England GP support pack
GPs are a valued and vital part of the NHS team. Regardless of where you are on your career path – whether you are straight out of training, in your mid-career or nearing retirement – support is available to help you to continue in practice and develop a rewarding and sustainable career in general practice.
Whether you need career-planning advice, help exploring portfolio career options, assistance with indemnity or pension questions, or just the support of understanding colleagues who’ve ‘been there,’ help is available.
This guide is intended to signpost GPs to support which is offered by NHS England and other key partners such as the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and the British Medical Association (BMA).
National GP Retention Schemes
Health Education England (HEE) provide joint financial and educational support for GPs, who might otherwise leave the profession, remain in General Practice.
The GP Retention Scheme replaced the Retained Doctors Scheme 2016.
For more information, click here
London and Southeast
Tel: 0207 866 3139
North West London
Dr Celia Dawson
GP Induction & Refresher Scheme (I&R)
I&R provides a safe, supported and direct route for qualified GPs to join or return to NHS general practice after a career break and whom were previously on the GMC Register and NHS England’s Medical Performers List.