We are also offering a 1-year Transition into Practice Programme for Registered Nurses moving into General Practice from other parts of the NHS. Places are limited to 7 and the deadline for applications is 4th January 2023. Click here for more details and an application form.
As a newly qualified General Practice Nurse or Nursing Associate, the Fellowship in General Practice funded by NHS England is designed to provide you with a 2-year programme of support and education as you get established in your new post. You’ll benefit from a combination of early career learning, mentorship, peer support and coaching, to help you develop your skills and progress your career in General Practice. See below for full details.
Fellowship in General Practice for Newly Qualified GPNs and Nursing Associates
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Training Hub are now able to offer places on the 2-year fellowship programme for any General Practice Nurse or Nursing Associate who:
- qualified in the last 12 months (rolling)
- is employed in a substantive post in a Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Practice
A SMOOTH TRANSITION
A structured and supported induction to help you settle into your new environment.
TIME TO LEARN
Monthly protected study time (4hrs) and practice-based learning.
Dedicated GPN fellowship education sessions to learn alongside your peers.
Access to our wider Training Hub learning programme with a wide range of topics.
A named in-practice mentor with protected monthly mentoring time and individual attention.
NETWORKS & PEER SUPPORT
Bimonthly group supervision to help you discuss shared experiences, ask questions and build a supportive network.
Access to recognised development programmes and individual development opportunities.
A financial grant to your practice to support your time to learn and mentoring.
C&P Training Hub is developing a tailored programme of monthly fellowship mornings that all Nurses and Nursing Associates on the Fellowship scheme are expected to attend in protected learning time. The fellowship mornings will be facilitated by the CPTH Early Career Nurse Lead and will include lectures/education sessions on a range of clinical and non-clinical topics, delivered by experienced clinicians and trainers.
All fellows will be automatically booked onto these sessions, please advise us if you are unable to attend by emailing email@example.com
Dates and programme details can be found in our GPN Fellowship Education Programme
Funding is via a grant to the employing practice, there is no grant direct to fellows.
How to apply for a fellowship place
Application is via your employing practice. If you are a newly qualified General Practice Nurse or Nursing Associate employed in a Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Practice then please ask your practice to consider enrolling you in the Fellowship scheme.
If you are seeking employment, ask at interview whether the practice is already signed up to the scheme and if they are willing to enrol you in the Fellowship programme.
Want to know more?
If you have any questions or wish to register your interest in the Fellowship, get in touch via our Contact Form and our General Practice Nurse Education Facilitator Kathryn Caley will be happy to contact you for an informal discussion.