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GP Health Inequality Fellowship
Various GP Practices/Hospitals

Established as a Special Health Board, NHS Education for Scotland is the provider of leading-edge specialist learning, education and skills development for all health service employees in Scotland. These General Practice Fellowships are for one year, from August 2017. Doctors from overseas wishing to be considered for these fellowships will need to achieve an overall score of 7.5 out of 9 in the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test.

You must have completed your General Practice Specialty Training prior to taking up post.

Job Ref: 3093BR
Health Inequality Fellowships in General Practice 
3 posts (1 full time and 2 x 0.5 WTE)
Salary will be £53,711pa for the F/T post and £26,856pa for the half time post. Any 2017/18 salary uplift will be applied
Closing day: 6 April 2017
Interviews will be held in Glasgow on 23 May 2017

These Health Inequality Fellowships aim to provide an introduction to the opportunities and challenges of delivering generalist skills in the context of service general practice in a relatively deprived area. There will be protected time to undertake additional training (education and/or a research project) relevant to your needs and those of the practice population. 1 full-time, one-year post is available in the West of Scotland and 2 x one-year, 0.5 WTE posts are available, one in each of South East of Scotland and East of Scotland.

For further information, please contact Prof Moya Kelly at moya.kelly@nes.scot.nes.uk and/ or discussion with current post-holder(s) can be arranged if desired.

If you are interested in this vacancy and would like further information, please refer to the Job Information Pack which includes a copy of the Job Description, Person Specification and Conditions of Service.

Unless otherwise stated the deadline for applications is 23:59hrs on the closing date.
6 April 2017
23 May 2017
Please contact us at recruitment.hr@nes.scot.nhs.uk