CONFIRMED

FELLOWSHIP AT BARTS (F@B) PROGRAMME IN CLINICAL SKILLS EDUCATION

BOROUGH: NEL

LEAD ORGANISATION: Barts Hospital/QMUL

DETAILS:

    • Come and teach clinical and communication skills to enthusiastic 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate medical students at Queen Mary University London Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry prior to their placement years for one session a week on Fridays. This exciting new opportunity will help you develop your educational skills in teaching, assessment and scholarship, and is based at the Robin Brook Centre, Barts Hospital, West Smithfield campus.

       Key points:

      • Approximately 20 sessions per year in the clinical skills centre, teaching practical procedures on mannequins [e.g. catheterisation, intravenous infusion, arterial blood gas sampling], or physical examination skills
      • Teaching communication skills as opportunities arise [e.g. patient-centred consulting skills, culture and diversity in communication, and breaking bad news]
      • Monthly mentorship including support for your Higher Education Academy fellowship application [e.g. observation and feedback on your teaching]
      • Access to the CILT qualification (Certificate of Learning and Teaching: an accredited qualification leading to Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy) https://www.qmul.ac.uk/queenmaryacademy/educators/taught-programmes/cilt/
      • Further opportunities for your professional development [e.g. attendance at our educational scholarship programme and/or faculty development sessions]
      • OSCE examining with free training provided
      • Up to 3 fellowships available for one session each [either mornings or afternoons] on Fridays
      • Honorary contract with Queen Mary University London

      The Communication and Clinical Skills Unit at the Robin Brook Centre at Barts is a small and friendly team who are all enthusiastic medical educators coming from a range of clinical backgrounds including general practice, anaesthetics, psychology, sexual health and public health. We are very supportive of each other and would welcome like-minded doctors who are keen to enhance their teaching skills by participating in our programme.

      If you would like to find out more please do not hesitate to email Professor Graham Easton on g.easton@qmul.ac.uk [before July 2022] or Dr Dason Evans on d.e.evans@qmul.ac.uk [from July 2022 onwards].

    • This project is suitable for GPs
    • Project lead: Professor Graham Easton on g.easton@qmul.ac.uk [before July 2022] or Dr Dason Evans on d.e.evans@qmul.ac.uk [from July 2022 onwards]
    • Deadline for applications is 12th August with a start date of 26th August for induction

 

GREAT PROGRAMME

BOROUGH: NEL

LEAD ORGANISATION: QMUL/Barts

DETAILS:

  • GP and Registrar Educator Academic Training. The GREAT programme runs over 2 years:
    Year 1 includes:
    o 6 x 3 hour interactive educator workshops
    o Medical student teaching experience
    Year 2 includes:
    o Medical student teaching experience
    o Opportunity for engaging in central teaching, medical student course development, medical education research etc.

  • For more information contact: Louise Younie (Academic) m.l.a.younie@qmul.ac.uk – Chloe Millan (Admin) c.millan@qmul.ac.uk

  • Deadline 30th September 2022

 

BREAST PHYSICIAN

BOROUGH: NEL

LEAD ORGANISATION: Barts NHS Health Trust

DETAILS:

  • The successful candidate(s) would join an established group of 8 substantive Consultant specialist breast Surgeons in Barts Health based across 3 sites.
    The 2 year Fellowship would include 2 clinical sessions per week plus associated administration time with the option for review on completion. The aim of the Fellowship is to provide specialist physician support as part of the breast rapid diagnostics team within Barts Health. The successful candidate(s) would be welcomed into the breast surgical network within Barts with the option to work flexibly throughout the service based across three main Barts sites – St Bartholomew’s, Whipps Cross and Newham Hospitals. It would be anticipated that two clinics a week would be undertaken – one stop rapid breast assessment with radiology and consultant surgeons support and one routine follow up clinic. The site of working and the working day(s) themselves are all negotiable depending on the candidate(s) personal requirements. It is hoped that this exciting opportunity will also lead to improved working between both primary and secondary care to improve the overall patient pathway. The successful candidate would ideally act as a breast champion within primary care, potentially leading to local educational events with community and patient engagement.
  • Prospective candidates are encouraged to visit the Trust, which may be arranged by contacting Miss Laura Johnson, Breast Surgery Clinical Network Director and Clinical Lead for the St Bartholomew’s site: laurajohnson5@nhs.net

 

PCN FELLOWSHIP MODEL

BOROUGH: NEL

DETAILS:

  • This is a proposal for a Model that can be used to develop PCN-wide Fellowships that are based on the General Practice SPIN- New to Practice offer, referred to as ‘SPIN’. The ‘SPIN’ is an approach developed jointly by NHSE and HEE and is the recommended method of utilising the NHSE GP Fellowship Scheme in London.
    The proposal below can be applied to any PCN based in North-East London.
    The purpose of the scheme is to improve recruitment and retention into General Practice, and to attend to the workforce needs of other providers.

    More information about the SPIN offer can be found here:
    SPIN – New to Practice Fellowships | Health Education England (hee.nhs.uk)

    Information about the standard NHSE Fellowship scheme can be found here:
    https://www.england.nhs.uk/gp/the-best-place-to-work/gp-fellowship-programme

    GPs about to qualify and within 12 months of receiving CCT are invited to apply for the Fellowship, and PCNs across NEL are encouraged to consider offering a SPIN option that the doctors can apply for.
     The SPIN fellow works between 4 and 7 sessions within the PCN as a normal working GP, across one or more Practices.
     The SPIN fellow also works two more sessions undertaking an additional portfolio role within the same PCN.
     The total number of sessions will be between 6 and 9.
    The additional portfolio role can be of two types:
    TYPE 1: Provision of specialist clinical or educational services within the PCN.
    TYPE 2: The role of Clinical Lead for the PCN, working under the supervision of, and supporting, the Clinical Director.

  • Contact details:
    Munir Ali-Zubair – NEL Clinical Director for SPIN Newly Qualified Fellowship Programme – mali-zubair@nhs.net
    Sara Buthlay – NEL Programme Manager for SPIN Newly Qualified Fellowship Programme – sara.buthlay@nhs.net
    Sule Kangulec – NEL Training Hub Programme Management Lead – Sule.Kangulec1@nhs.net

 

NORTH EAST LONDON PRIMARY CARE NET ZERO CLINICAL FELLOW

BOROUGH: NEL

DETAILS:

  • The NEL Primary Care Net Zero Clinical Fellow holder will be supported by the NEL net zero primary care clinical leads and NEL Deputy Programme Manager. The NEL Primary Care Net Zero Clinical Fellow will also be a part of a wider team made up of a range of primary care professionals to:
    • shape the primary care elements of the NEL ICS Green Plan 2022-2025
    • engage and inspire primary care colleagues, both in general practice and across different primary care setting such as pharmacy, to get involved in the Greener NHS strategy
    • champion environmental sustainability in clinical and non- clinical work
    The exact specifications of the role will be developed around the interests of the fellow but possible options for the area of focus are:
    • Workforce
    • Estates and facilities
    • Adaptation
    • Supply chain and procurement
    • Medicines
    • Travel and transport
    • Food and nutrition
    • Green spaces and improved wellbeing
    • Digital transformation
    • Models of care
  • We are initially offering a 1-year fellowship with the potential to extend to 2 years at the end of the first year
  • The fellow will work within the team of 4 NEL net zero primary care clinical leads but will also be allocated a specific primary care clinical leads as their supervisor dependent on their chosen area of interest for their fellowship. The fellow will also be supported by the NEL Deputy Program Manager. We would also encourage fellow to take up the mentoring available via the NEL GP SPIN-New-to-Practice Fellowship Programme.
  • Contact details:
    For further information about the role or to set up a time to talk about the role with any of the current NEL net zero clinical leads, please contact Rebecca Waters (NEL Deputy Programme Manager) at rebecca.waters@nhs.net
Will be available soon / details are being verified.
Will be available soon / details are being verified.

TRAINING HUB / PCN WORKING

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Training Hub has been working closely with Newham Health Collaborative and PCNs to identify Workforce Leads in all PCNs to support workforce planning, embedding and retention of new staff. This will contribute to NHSE/I and HEE priorities of Workforce planning, Career support and retention, and embedding the new roles.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Sule Kangulec, Newham Training Hub Programme Lead, sule.kangulec1@nhs.net

 

INNOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT HUB TEAM

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Launched in September 2020 the Newham Improvement and Innovation Hub (NIIH) is a space to advance quality improvement (QI) and promote innovation in primary care. Innovation can be viewed as providing a novel solution to a complex problem and NIIH aims to support. General Practices in Newham to addressing common problems encountered in primary care. The NIIH sits within Newham Training Hub and through our partnership with EQUIP, we are supporting individual general practices with QI, identifying QI champions and providing training.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Dr Martin Edobor, Innovation and Improvement Hub Lead, martin.edobor@nhs.net

 

COACHING, MENTORING AND LEADERSHIP HUB TEAM

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Coaching, Mentoring and Leadership Hub is a team of coach mentors, working towards ILM5 Certification and experienced in practical coaching and mentoring. The Hub hail from an array of Newham’s workforce as GPs, pharmacists, nurses, dentists, practice managers and public health staff. The Hub’s story began in December 2018 with the first cohort of coach-mentors being trained with transformative and positive changes in their professional and personal lives. All of Newham’s primary care having the opportunity to apply for coaching and mentoring. The vision of the hub is to embed a coaching and mentoring approach in Newham.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Dr Rabia Ishaque, Coaching, Mentoring and Leadership Hub Lead, rabia.ishaque@nhs.net

 

NEWHAM PRIMARY CARE BLACK AND MINORITY LEADERSHIP TEAM

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • The Newham Primary Care Black and Minority Leadership Network (PCBLN) is a Newham initiative committed to supporting ambitious and effective BME primary care leaders in the local health and care system. Focus of this network is on primary care in Newham, so that we are working with people where they are and where they identify as a community. Our ambition is to enable our members to develop their personal networks, skills sets, and their profile, by celebrating and promoting their achievements in delivering enhanced care for all by developing effective solutions to core system and service challenges.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Dr Kavita Gaur, Newham Training Hub Chair, kavita.gaur@nhs.net

 

NEWHAM TRAINING HUB HEALTH EQUITY PROGRAMME

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • NEL covers areas of significant ethnic and social diversity with some of the most disadvantaged/deprived Boroughs in the UK most affected by Covid-19. Evidence shows that patients in deprived areas with complex problems consult more often feel less enabled and their doctors feel more stressed after consultations. Newham Training Hub Health Equity Programme is working towards to reduce and increase the awareness for unfair and avoidable or remediable differences in health among population groups defined socially, economically, demographically, or geographically in Newham.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Dr Lucy Langford, Newham Training Hub Health Equity Lead, lucylangford@nhs.net

 

NEWHAM HIGH INTENSITY USER SERVICE

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: East London NHS Foundation Trust, Newham Mental Health

DETAILS:

  • A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a newly qualified GP as part of NELs Fellowships Programme to join the new High Intensity User (HIU) service in Newham, based in the Psychiatric Liaison Team at Newham University Hospital.
    The service operates from 9 – 5pm, Monday to Friday and is a service designed to support individuals who frequently attend A&E.
    The HIU service aims to review a cohort of people who are frequently attending A&E at Newham University Hospital and provide clear guidance and specific personalised care plans for some of the most complex patients who attend A&E.
    The work of the HIU Team focuses on the person, with the ethos that high usage of services indicates an unmet need and vulnerability. The unmet needs and vulnerability may be physical, social, psychological or drugs & alcohol.
    Another function of the work is to support other Teams with clinical responsibility to identify the drivers behind the frequent attending behaviour. This aspect of the work acknowledges that caring for high intensity users can be stressful at times. Therefore, providing support to staff is important to helping them support the vulnerable person.
    The post holder will be part of a multi-disciplinary team made up of a Clinical Psychologist, Senior Clinical Practitioner, Clinical Psychology assistant, administrator and Consultant Psychiatrist. In addition, the team is closely supported by A&E colleagues with an identified lead nurse and consultant for emergency medicine as well as LAS.
    The post is an excellent opportunity for a GP fellow to gain an understanding of how the Newham’s health and social care system works, acting as a link between acute and primary care, working with a small case load of people who frequently attend the emergency and urgent pathway. Their emphasis will be on supporting their GP colleagues to support the person as well as having an input into the physical health part of the care plan and support the colleagues in the Team with identifying the physical care needs and ways of getting it met in a primary care setting as appropriate.
    Local knowledge of general practice in Newham is desirable and preferred.
    The post holder will be supported in their role by the Team’s Operational and Clinical Lead for line management and informal peer support from the Tower Hamlets HIU Team GP.
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Please submit a statement with your expression of interest in no more than 1000 words by e-mail to edward.lander@nhs.net and cate.bailey@nhs.net by 9th September 2022.
    Interviews will be held during week commencing 19th September 2022.

 

CARRYING OUT A SPECIFIC SKILLS AND TRAINING NEEDS AUDIT FOR THE ROLES IN THE PCNS

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: London Borough Of Newham

DETAILS:

  • The NHS Long term plan is putting more roles into primary care networks to support better population health outcomes around prevention and management of long-term conditions. We are looking for someone to carry out a specific skills and training needs audit for these roles- eg Social prescribers, GPNs, HCAs, Health coaches, PAs, pharmacists etc and anyone else with first contact of patients. The specific skills are in the area of supportive conversations.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ysabella Hawkings, Public Health strategist with Adeola Agbebiyi Asst. Director of Public Health (Consultant)

 

CARRYING OUT A RAPID NEEDS ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW OF CONFIDENCE PATIENT FACING STAFF IN PRIMARY CARE HAVE IN TALKING ABOUT RECOGNISING AND SUPPORTING PATIENTS AROUND COMMON MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: London Borough Of Newham

DETAILS:

  • Pre COVID 25% of GP workload related to common mental illness. Common Mental illness is linked to worse outcomes and experience of long-term conditions and may play a role in preventable development of LTCs. We are seeking an individual or team of 2 to carry out a rapid needs assessment and review of confidence patient facing staff in primary care have in talking about recognising and supporting patients around common mental health issues. the staff roles are Social Prescribers, HCAs, Health Coaches, Physician assistants, GPNs.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ysabella Hawkings, Public Health strategist with Adeola Agbebiyi Asst. Director of Public Health (Consultant)

 

EXPLORING AMONG GPS THE APPROACHES TO AND LEVELS OF CONFIDENCE IN SUPPORTIVE AND EFFECTIVE CONVERSATIONS WITH PATIENTS TOWARDS PREVENTION AROUND LONG TERM CONDITIONS

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: London Borough Of Newham

DETAILS:

  • Conversation with my GP is often held up as a powerful motivator for behaviour change and a precursor to prevention or better management. This project seeks to explore among GPs the approaches to and levels of confidence in supportive and effective conversations with patients towards prevention around Long Term conditions and make option recommendations.
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Project Lead: Adeola Agbebiyi Asst. Director of Public Health (Consultant)

 

AIR POLLUTION AND HEALTH

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: London Borough Of Newham

DETAILS:

  • Developing and implementing health care worker training on air pollution and health to build knowledge, skills and confidence advising patients on air pollution. This is a joint project across Newham, Hackney, City and Tower Hamlets.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Claire Greszczuk, Deputy Director of Public Health

 

SUPPORTING IMPLEMENTATION OF NEWHAM’S AGEING WELL STRATEGY

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: London Borough Of Newham

DETAILS:

  • Supporting implementation of Newham’s Ageing Well Strategy, which is being launched in July 2022. This strategy has been developed in partnership with residents and NHS, voluntary / community sector partners. The strategy has five accompanying action plans, which span a wide range of issues and services. The Fellow would have a leadership role in shaping and delivering one or more action.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Claire Greszczuk, Deputy Director of Public Health

 

REVIEW/ REFRESH OF CURRENT MDT AND OPTION APPRAISAL FOR CHILDREN’S MDTS REVIEW AND MAPPING OF SP TYPE ROLES ACROSS THE BOROUGH AND ACROSS PROVIDERS

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Health Collaborative

DETAILS:

  • The project includes running focus groups and user engagement.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Paula Beare, Director of Patient Services, Newham Health Collaborative

 

REVIEW AND MAPPING OF SP TYPE ROLES ACROSS THE BOROUGH AND ACROSS PROVIDERS

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Health Collaborative

DETAILS:

  • Looking at competencies, salary, support network and supervision. There are around 5 roles that seem to offering very similar services.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Paula Beare, Director of Patient Services, Newham Health Collaborative

 

OPTIONS PAPER (OR SIMILAR) ON SOCIAL PRESCRIBING AND CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE AND END OF LIFE CARE AND OTHER SPECIALITIES

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Health Collaborative

DETAILS:

  • The project includes running focus group and desktop work.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead:Paula Beare, Director of Patient Services, Newham Health Collaborative

 

WORKING WITH LBN AND WORKPLACE TO LOOK AT RECRUITMENT FOR LOCAL PEOPLE INTO PRACTICE ROLE

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Health Collaborative

DETAILS:

  • Gap analysis or skills required for future proofing primary care.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Paula Beare, Director of Patient Services, Newham Health Collaborative

 

COORDINATING AND PRODUCING INDIVIDUAL PRACTICE PH SCREENING AND IMMS DASHBOARD

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Health Collaborative

DETAILS:

  • Coordinating and producing individual practice PH screening and imms dashboard
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Paula Beare, Director of Patient Services, Newham Health Collaborative

 

PRACTICE PERFORMANCE AND PRESSURES

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Health Collaborative

DETAILS:

  • What their current provision is and where the pressures are – we know that coming out of the pandemic many practices have struggled to return to Business as Usual – there could be some analysis of what is happening across the Borough and how this is used to inform the development of new services?
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Paula Beare, Director of Patient Services, Newham Health Collaborative

 

7-DAY ACCESS/UTC/ED PRESSURES

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Newham Health Collaborative

DETAILS:

  • The analysis of what is happening /not happening to relieve pressure out of the 9-5? There are other models from other areas that have drawn the whole service together in more coherent way.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Paula Beare, Director of Patient Services, Newham Health Collaborative
Will be available soon / details are being verified.

FEDNET – OUT OF HOURS

BOROUGH: Waltham Forest Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: WF GP FedNet

DETAILS:

  • WF GP FedNet works collaboratively to provide GP Weekend and Evening services at a time that is convenient to all residents in the Borough. Late evening and weekend GP appointments have been made available, with appointments also available on bank holidays. This allows patients to see a GP or a nurse over the weekend for routine GP appointments, health checks and treatments. This is an exciting opportunity for a newly qualified GP to enhance their skills outside of their core clinical sessions. Appropriate supervision and induction would be provided for the Fellowship.
  • 2 portfolio sessions to supplement a salaried GP contract with a participating GP surgery in North East London, for a 1 or 2 year fixed term contract with the possibility of an extension

IN DEVELOPMENT / DETAILS TO BE VERIFIED

There is no In Development Portfolio/Project.

LOOKING AT WAYS TO IMPROVE CHILDHOOD IMMUNISATIONS AND CANCER SCREENING IN B&D

BOROUGH: Barking & Dagenham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: The White House Surgery – Barking & Dagenham

DETAILS:

  • NW1 PCN has successfully led an MMR uptake pilot on behalf of B&D, leading to more than 600 catch up MMR vaccinations given over a 16-week period. We also have experience of successfully leading the Covid 19 vaccination programme, working alongside our local GP Federation – Together First CIC.
    Dr Kanika Rai is the BHR Cancer Lead (also Primary Care Lead for B&D and a GP Trainer) and led on the implementation of innovations like “C the signs” cancer diagnostic tool and also supporting the early cancer diagnostic centre. As a PCN, we are also leading on a pilot to produce videos in different languages to increase the uptake of cervical screening.
    The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with Dr Kanika Rai to build on existing work and models of care to improve childhood immunisations and cancer screening for NW1 PCN.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Dimitri Bakanov, PCN Business Manager, dimitri.bakanov@nhs.net

 

POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT PROJECT LOOKING AT IMPROVING CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN THE COMMUNITY

BOROUGH: Barking & Dagenham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: The White House Surgery – Barking & Dagenham

DETAILS:

  • B&D has a very high rate of childhood obesity, among highest in London and one of the highest nationally. This has been identified as a priority for the B&D Borough wide partnership which brings together key stakeholders like the Voluntary Sector, Patient Representative Groups, Public Health, Primary Care and the Local Authority and Community Services.
    The successful candidate will work alongside Dr Shanika Sharma, PCN CD and Clinical Lead for PCN Development with Transforming Primary Care Team, London region, to look at ways in which we can try to tackle childhood obesity in NW1 PCN and B&D.
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Dimitri Bakanov, PCN Business Manager, dimitri.bakanov@nhs.net

 

POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT PROJECT LOOKING AT IMPROVING DIABETES CARE IN THE COMMUNITY

BOROUGH: Barking & Dagenham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: The White House Surgery – Barking & Dagenham

DETAILS:

  • NW1 PCN has a high prevalence of Type 2 and Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. We have successfully supported a digital diabetes education pilot and are currently also working on a low carbohydrate diet pilot.
    The successful candidate will work alongside Dr Adeel Ansari, who is a GPSI in Diabetes and does clinics at Porters Avenue. The role will involve looking at integrating and leading on a PCN based model for diabetes care , for example setting up PCN diabetes MDTs and Group consultations on diabetes for patients. There will also be a strong focus on prevention and on work identifying and managing patients with prediabetes and gestational diabetes..
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Dimitri Bakanov, PCN Business Manager, dimitri.bakanov@nhs.net
 
There is no In Development Portfolio/Project.

TEACHING AND TRAINING PRACTICE TO DEVELOP LEARNING CULTURE

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: The Vicarage Lane Surgery – Newham Practice

DETAILS:

  • Teaching and Training Practice to Develop Learning Culture
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ms Mia Labelle, The Vicarage Lane Surgery

 

ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFORMING CULTURE

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: The Vicarage Lane Surgery – Newham Practice

DETAILS:

  • Organisational Development and Transforming Culture
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ms Mia Labelle, The Vicarage Lane Surgery

 

IMPROVING LONG TERM CONDITION POPULATION OUTCOMES

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: The Vicarage Lane Surgery – Newham Practice

DETAILS:

  • Improving Long term Condition Population Outcomes
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ms Mia Labelle, The Vicarage Lane Surgery

 

TRANSITIONS – COLLABORATION WITH PCNS

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Specialist Children and Young People’s Service (SCYPS)

DETAILS:

  • Development of pathways, systems and link/networks within Primary Care networks in conjunction to any discipline within SCYPS. For example step up and step down care in long term conditions or diagnosis, development of local diagnostic services, regular review pathways reducing use of acute care. Joint clinics and access to specialist advice. Including transitions from children’s services, promoting independence as young people approach adulthood. For example – Health summaries in LAC and LD/ASD yearly reviews
  • Developing a neighbourhood model for children and young people with complex health needs. Harnessing the MDT in the community to ensure maintenance of health needs and reduce hospital admissions
  • Other areas of interest that SCYPS are progressing and would involve collaboration from Primary Care Networks:
    • addressing child health needs related to social determinants and inequalities – https://fingertips.phe.org.uk/profile/child-health-profiles
    • taking a community approach to improving population health with a focus on children and families – https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/publications/communities-and-health
    • digital health projects for improving child health in Newham – https://www.england.nhs.uk/digitaltechnology/child-health/
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Hazel Dean, Lead Nurse, Specialist Children’s and Young People’s Services (SCYPS) Newham, East London NHS Foundation Trust

 

SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH FELLOWSHIP

BOROUGH: Newham Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: All East Integrated Sexual Health Services At Barts Health

DETAILS:

  • We can offer a sexual & reproductive health fellowship for 2 years. This would enable the GP to get qualifications from the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Health (FSRH). This includes the Diploma from the FSRH allowing them to issue contraception and Letters of Competence in Sub-dermal Implants and Intrauterine techniques allowing them to insert Long acting reversible contraception (LARC) ie Coils and implants.
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Project Lead: Dr Preeti Bharadwaj who is the SRH Consultant for Newham & Waltham Forest based at the Sir Ludwigg Guttmann Centre at Stratford

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT TRAINING VIA TRAINING HUB

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Basic life support training via Training Hub
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

MENTORSHIP AND COACHING OF MED STUDENTS AND JUNIOR DOCTORS

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Mentorship and Coaching of med students and jnr docs
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

TEACHING MED STUDENTS

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Teaching med students
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

STAFF WELLBEING PROGRAMMES

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Staff wellbeing programmes
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

CLIMATE EMERGENCY/GREEN PROJECTS VIA TRAINING HUB

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Climate Emergency/Green projects via Training Hub
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

PUBLIC/POPULATION HEALTH PRIORITIES

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Public/Population Health priorities
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

PAEDS AIR QUALITY

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Paeds Air Quality
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

PAEDS IMPROVING CARE FOR ECZEMA

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Paeds improving care for eczema
  • This project is suitable for GPs and GPNs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

SCHOOL HEALTH PROJECTS AND OTHER 0-19 SERVICE DELIVERY PROJECTS

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • School Health projects and other 0-19 service delivery projects
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

OTHER CLINICAL SERVICE DEVELOPMENT WORK

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • Other clinical service development work
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

 

PCN PROJECTS

BOROUGH: Tower Hamlets Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: Tower Hamlets Training Hub

DETAILS:

  • PCN projects
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Project Lead: Ekramul Hoque, Tower Hamlets Training Hub Programme Manager, ekramul.hoque@nhs.net

SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH FELLOWSHIP

BOROUGH: Waltham Forest Only

LEAD ORGANISATION: All East Integrated Sexual Health Services At Barts Health

DETAILS:

  • We can offer a sexual & reproductive health fellowship for 2 years. This would enable the GP to get qualifications from the Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Health (FSRH). This includes the Diploma from the FSRH allowing them to issue contraception and Letters of Competence in Sub-dermal Implants and Intrauterine techniques allowing them to insert Long acting reversible contraception (LARC) ie Coils and implants.
  • This project is suitable for GPs.
  • Project Lead: Dr Preeti Bharadwaj who is the SRH Consultant for Newham & Waltham Forest based at the Sir Ludwigg Guttmann Centre at Stratford