Fellowships for GPs

Fellowships are 2-year long projects, designed to support new-to-practice GPs and nurses transition towards empowered and independent practice.

Fellowships are 2-year long projects, designed to support new-to-practice GPs and nurses transition towards empowered and independent practice.

Fellows identify local healthcare needs and work towards improving services in that area.

FAQs

If you are interested in becoming a fellow, please take a moment to read the Frequently Asked Questions before submitting an application.

Fellowship Opportunities

Below is a list of fellowship opportunities in South East London. If you are interested, you can contact the fellowship providers directly using the contact details provided, or you can email us at fellowships@seltraininghub.co.uk

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Find out more

This episode of the Primary Care UK Podcast is about the General Practice Fellowship Scheme that provides funding to allow GPs and GPNs to pursue interests. Developed by NHS England and further enhanced in areas, such as London: The SPIN-new-to-Practice offer: Munir Adam is joined by a variety of contributors to see how this plays out, the benefits, the challenges and even how AHPs, such as Pharmacists in Practice are benefitting from it.

If you are interested in becoming a fellow, please take a moment to read the Frequently Asked Questions before submitting an application.

Some feedback from one of our fellows

Hi, I'm Steph, and I'm one of the KUMEC (Kings Undergraduate Medical Education in the Community) SPIN teaching fellows.

I started working with KUMEC for 1 session/week funded by the SPIN programme in 2022, and absolutely love working there!

I am a recently qualified salaried GP, I work clinically for 6 sessions and have a strong interest in medical education. My session with KUMEC this year has included teaching students on GP simulation clinics, course evaluation and facilitating workshops for the Clinical Humanities Course. This involved the 2nd year students working in small groups to make a final piece through the lens of the arts, inspired by data collected from patients during their one-year longitudinal GP placement.

This culminated into a fantastic exhibition of their work displayed in Somerset House where students, faculty and friends could appreciate the unique projects, and prizes were given for highly commended projects.

This is a picture of me at the exhibit! Steph at the exhibit

There are more SPIN opportunities in KUMEC either teaching in your GP practice or working alongside faculty, and I would highly recommend the experience if you are interested in medical education.

If you are, please contact Laila Abdullah our Teaching Development lead on Laila.abdullah@kcl.ac.uk.