The Primary Care Development Team are recruiting GP clinical facilitators to deliver online training to community pharmacists as part of a joint national project between the RCGP and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. The training will equip pharmacists with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to undertake effective consultations and clinical assessments including blood pressure, pulse, respiratory rate, pulse oximetry and peak flow.
Online and e-learning delivery in groups make this a wide-ranging role in a progressive, adaptable and flexible team. The successful candidate will be an experienced educator, ideally a clinical or educational supervisor.
All training will be delivered from home using online video platforms. Training delivery will alternate between 2.5 and 3 hours per week and may take place on evenings and weekends; we are therefore looking for people who are available on a part-time basis who have flexibility. The course is split into two sessions, delivered one week apart to allow for reflection and practical application of clinical skills covered in the first session. GPs will be contracted at minimum 5.5 hours a month and will be paid at RCGP sessional rate as standard. They will deliver this training alongside two ANPs.
From July 2021 to October 2021, with likely extension to March 2022.
Time commitment and remuneration
£312.18 per month, 5.5 hours per month at £56.76 per hour (plus opportunity to pick up additional hours)
CPCS Clinical Facilitator GP
How to apply
If you are interested in applying, please complete the application form below and return to email@example.com by Wednesday 16 June 5pm, titling your email ‘CPCS Clinical Facilitator (GP) Application’. Please include the table in the body of your email and not as an attachment. Mandatory facilitator training will be held on Friday 9 July, 12pm to 2pm or Monday 12 July, 12pm to 2pm.
If you have any questions, please email Cassie Forbes, Programme Operations Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are excited to work alongside the RPS to strengthen ties between general practice and community pharmacy. We look forward to receiving applications in due course.
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