With over 90 GP practices, now working in 21 Primary Care Networks, and serving over one million patients across our 3 localities – Peterborough, Huntingdon & Fenland and Cambridge – working here offers a wide variety of opportunities. C&P Training Hub is committed to providing training, education and resources to support you.

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Fellowship in General Practice

The GP Fellowship scheme offers a 2-year programme of funded support and education for newly-qualified GPs and the practices employing them.

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Keep in Touch (KiT) Programme

If you're a GP on a break from clinical practice, maybe on maternity leave or semi-retired, stay connected to your profession with our KiT programme and resources.

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First5 | Early Career

We know that the first 5 years of practice after obtaining the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) is an exciting time putting learning into practice, but it can also be full of challenges as you adjust. Find information on some of the support and opportunities available to you.

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GP Trainees & International GPs

Information and links to resources for trainee GPs and those new to General Practice in England.

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Returning to Work as a GP

There are several reasons why a GP might take a break from working in NHS general practice and then seek to return - raising a family, moving or working abroad, experiencing a different profession/role, or early retirement - we'll help you find information on resuming your career in NHS general practice.

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Jobs

If you are looking for a job in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Primary Care sector, there are a number of places you can search for jobs & careers.

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Professional Resources

Links to professional practice resources including NHS-E indemnity guidance for GPs during Covid-19, medico-legal services and ethics.

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GP Retention Scheme

The GP retention scheme is a package of support for GPs considering leaving the profession – and for the practices employing them – to help them remain in clinical practice, providing one to four sessions per week.

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