What is a First Contact Practitioner?

A diagnostic clinician in primary care working at master’s level with undiagnosed and undifferentiated diagnoses, managing complexity and uncertainty at the first point of contact who has a minimum of 5 years post-graduate experience.

Interested in becoming a FCP Supervisor?

Criteria for applicants:

(Note: the directories are not yet active)

*Any Tier 3 GP educators who are recognised by the Quality team do not need to attend the training days, but instead will be able to complete a short online resource.

You must be able to attend both dates in the sessions that you choose.

Next Cohort:

  • Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th June 2022

There are 20 places available for each session which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

If you would like to apply to attend training to become an FCP Supervisor, please complete one of the forms below:

  1. Existing Tier 3 GP Educators (interest only, online resource to be shared upon completion of form)
  2. All other applicants (required to attend the 2-day teaching course): Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th June 2022

For additional information, please see the HEE national FCP/AP Roadmap Landing Page.

This information is also available on the HEE EoE Primary Care website.

Please also see the attached FAQ documents. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by email (primarycare.eoe@hee.nhs.uk).