Fellowships

Registration Form Fellowship (download)

We have recently delivered  some information webinars on the NTP Fellowship Scheme

You can see the webinar recordings and relevant documents below. 

If you are interested or would like to join, please email your locality lead.

Once you have joined the programme, you will be able to find all relevant documents and information on NHS Networks here.

NTP GPs (Doctors)

NTP GPNs (Nurses)

  • 2 year programme
  • Newly Qualified GPNs and New to General Practice GPNs
  • Webinar slides (download)
  • Webinar recording – video bottom of webpage

Physician Associates

Please contact [email protected]

Other Staff

Please contact [email protected]

For further information on the PAs New to Practice Fellowship please click here or contact the PCN workforce development team [email protected]

 

Download the flyer here.

HEE NW Post CCT Fellowship via the Primary Care School

Please  see here for programme information, eligibility criteria and the application link.
If you have any questions regarding the HEE Fellowships, please contact [email protected]nhs.uk

Development Opportunity for the Clinical Health Care Workforce.

  • Applications are invited for the position of Fellow in Population Health, funded by Health Education England.
  • Nine Fellowships are available across the Northwest region.
  • Fellowships will commence from September 2022, 2 days per week for 1 year, supported by a complementary education programme.
  • Targeted at early to mid-career registered healthcare professionals providing NHS services.

This is an opportunity for NHS clinical staff across the multi-professional team to develop skills in population health. The fellowship targets early to mid-career registered healthcare professionals providing NHS services (AfC band 6 and above, or equivalent; dentists-in-training; doctors-in-training post-FY2 and their SAS equivalent). The aim of the fellowship is to develop a network of clinicians from a non-population health background with population health skills to benefit place-based healthcare systems across England.

It is a 1-year part-time programme at 2 days a week alongside clinical practice. Population Health Fellows will lead on a population health project and will be supported by a blended mostly online and virtual learning programme. For eligibility to apply please read the Rough Guide & Frequently Asked Questions documents before you apply.

 

About this fellowship

  • Fellows will be recruited by one of nine host organisations – population health projects have been determined by those host organisations.
  • IMPORTANT – please send your application directly to the host organisation and project that you are most interested in – contact details are included on each host organisation application form and can also be found here.
  • Application deadline for all nine fellowships is 21st March 17:00hrs.
  • Please note: You may submit a maximum of two applications only should you be interested in one or more projects.
  • The host organisation that you apply to will contact you directly regarding your application and interview process.
  • Access to the application form is here – https://www.nwcpwd.nhs.uk/nwphpn/nwphpn-our-work/population-health-fellowship-north-west

 

For any further enquiries regarding the fellowship please contact [email protected] and Good Luck!

The NHS Regional Clinical Fellow Scheme offers early career multi-professional clinicians with the opportunity to work in regional systems, leading improvement projects across clinical pathways.

The scheme offers clinicians the unique opportunity to work within NHS Regional Teams in England to gain experience of system leadership, transformation, and service improvement, which will equip them with the skills they need to lead in a complex and integrated NHS in the future. Clinical Fellows will lead on key projects that contribute to regional and national priorities, including the recovery, reset and implementation of learning from Covid-19 and will develop a range of essential leadership and strategic skills required for clinical leaders.

How it works

This opportunity is ideal for doctors in training, dentists, pharmacists, allied health professionals, nurses, midwives, and healthcare scientists who are keen to increase their leadership capabilities and have not held a senior leadership role previously.

The scheme is open to qualified clinicians that hold full registration with the relevant professional body and are able to demonstrate experience at team leader level, equivalent to an NHS Band 7 role. Doctors must have completed foundation training and not gained CCT.

FMLM runs a single recruitment process to identify potential candidates for the scheme. The scheme commences from 1st September 2021 and runs for 12 months. Posts are available less than full time at 0.6FTE and are offered as a secondment opportunity from current employers.

The Chief Sustainability Officer’s Clinical Fellow Scheme presents a career defining opportunity for clinicians with a particular interest in sustainability and carbon reduction within our health services. The scheme is open to following professional groups that meet the essential eligibility requirements: Allied Health Professionals, Doctors in training, Nurses, Midwives, Public Health Specialist Registrar Trainees. 
Applications closed.

CPPE are pleased to announce that HEE have agreed to fund a limited number of PCPEP places across the North aimed at Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians not funded through the DES Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme.

RePAIR

The RePAIR Fellows provided an update on their workstream, sharing useful case studies and the introduction of new dedicated sub groups to prompt a critical review of current practice. 

This opportunity is  open to doctors in training, dentists, pharmacists, allied health professionals, nurses, midwives and healthcare scientists who can demonstrate experience at team leader level, equivalent to an NHS Band 7 role. Please circulate as appropriate.

NHS England and NHS Improvement, in partnership with the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM) are launching the second cohort of the NHS Regional Clinical Leadership Fellow Scheme. The scheme continues to deliver on a key commitment of the NHS People Plan to expand the opportunities and support to talented clinical leaders and to strengthen clinical leadership capability in the NHS

Key information:

  • Clinical fellows are based in a regional NHS team for 12 months from 1 September 2022.
  • Posts are available as less than full time (0.6FTE) secondments and will be hosted by NHS England and NHS Improvement. NB Employers will continue to pay salary and on-costs and will be reimbursed by NHS England and NHS Improvement by way of a fixed salary contribution of £25,000 per appointment.
  • The scheme is  open to doctors in training, dentists, pharmacists, allied health professionals, nurses, midwives and healthcare scientists who can demonstrate experience at team leader level, equivalent to an NHS Band 7 role.
  • Clinical fellows will lead key projects that contribute to regional and national priorities supporting recovery, reset and the implementation of learning from the Covid-19 pandemic.
  • Clinical fellows will develop a range of skills in leadership, management, strategy, healthcare policy, commissioning, workforce and more, and will have access to a supported alumni scheme upon completion for ongoing support, development and to act as a resource for the NHS to draw on.

Applications are now open from midday Wednesday 23 February 2022 and close on Wednesday 23 March 2022 at 5pm.

The application form along with more details can be found here > https://www.fmlm.ac.uk/clinical-fellow-schemes/nhs-regional-clinical-leadership-fellow-scheme

Please direct any questions or requests for further information to [email protected]

NHSE New to Practice (NTP) Fellowship Scheme - Webinars

GPN (Nurse) Fellows

For information on the NTP Mentorship, visit our Mentorship page here.

Higher Professional Education (HPE) Sessions organised by Health Education North West to support all GPs in the NW and Mersey region within the first 5 years of obtaining CCT

Differences between NHSE/I Fellowships and HEE Fellowships

NHSE

HEE

Must be within first 12 months of CCT

Must be within first 5 years of CCT

2-year programme

1 year programme

One funded session pro rota for development

2 funded sessions plus educational bursary

Peer support

Peer support

Qualified Mentor

Mentor provided by host organisation

Available to all GPs within first 12 months, either as salaried or partner in GMS practice

Up to 28 fellowship posts available across the NW (whilst in salaried or partnership post)

Learning and development package

Educational bursary available

PCN Portfolio working

PCN footprint advised

Coaching sessions

Induction and educational sessions

Population Health Fellowship – Development Opportunity for the Clinical Health Care Workforce.

  • Applications are invited for the position of Fellow in Population Health, funded by Health Education England.
  • Nine Fellowships are available across the Northwest region.
  • Fellowships will commence from September 2022, 2 days per week for 1 year, supported by a complementary education programme.
  • Targeted at early to mid-career registered healthcare professionals providing NHS services.

This is an opportunity for NHS clinical staff across the multi-professional team to develop skills in population health. The fellowship targets early to mid-career registered healthcare professionals providing NHS services (AfC band 6 and above, or equivalent; dentists-in-training; doctors-in-training post-FY2 and their SAS equivalent). The aim of the fellowship is to develop a network of clinicians from a non-population health background with population health skills to benefit place-based healthcare systems across England.

It is a 1-year part-time programme at 2 days a week alongside clinical practice. Population Health Fellows will lead on a population health project and will be supported by a blended mostly online and virtual learning programme. For eligibility to apply please read the Rough Guide & Frequently Asked Questions documents before you apply.

 

About this fellowship

  • Fellows will be recruited by one of nine host organisations – population health projects have been determined by those host organisations.
  • IMPORTANT – please send your application directly to the host organisation and project that you are most interested in – contact details are included on each host organisation application form and can also be found here.
  • Application deadline for all nine fellowships is 21st March 17:00hrs.
  • Please note: You may submit a maximum of two applications only should you be interested in one or more projects.
  • The host organisation that you apply to will contact you directly regarding your application and interview process.
  • Access to the application form is here – https://www.nwcpwd.nhs.uk/nwphpn/nwphpn-our-work/population-health-fellowship-north-west

For any further enquiries regarding the fellowship please contact [email protected] and Good Luck!