GP Academic Fellow with Special Interest in Mental Health

Location
London (Greater)
Posted
23 Aug 2019
Closes
23 Sep 2019
Ref
363-MRBGPF4982AA
Career Level
Academic (other), Fellow
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

GP Academic Fellow with Special Interest in Mental Health 363-MRBGPF4982AA

This is an innovative GP Fellowship post, developed jointly with East London NHS Foundation Trust and King Street Surgery in Bedford, offering a range of opportunities to gain enhanced mental health experience and to access academic development.

The post will be jointly funded by King Street Surgery and Bedfordshire Directorate.

The post is structured around a 10 session week, however applications from those seeking less-than-full-time working patterns will considered. The split between primary care and mental health will be agreed individually with the successful applicant but a working week with four sessions in primary care, four sessions working in mental health and two funded academic sessions is suggested.

The successful applicant will work at Associate Specialist level in the hosting mental health team and we can offer a choice of placements. Similarly, academic support and opportunities can be tailored according to interest.

This is part of an expanding programme to build capability around mental health within primary care and to develop alternatives for medical staffing in mental health teams.

This is an exciting role and a great opportunity for the right candidate to develop into the role.

What we can offer

In addition to being part of an excellent team we can offer:

  • A generous salary
  • Free indemnity cover
  • To be part of a highly effective and motivated team to build capacity in Primary Care
  • Paid annual leave
  • Full support in your CPD
  • Opportunity to enrol on courses relevant to the post
  • Full consultant support during supervision
  • Staff benefits

 

For further details / informal visits contact:

For more information, please contact Dr Dudley Manns, Medical Director for Luton and Bedfordshire on 01525 638537 ext. 8357 or via email at dudley.manns@nhs.net