Wednesday, 03 February 2021 19:24

Virtual Programmes now open for applications!

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Thank you for your patience with the disruption to our physical events during the pandemic. 
 
We are delighted that many of our programmes are now up and running virtually across the country, with more capacity than ever. Please check the geographical area closest to you under the relevant website section, and if there isn't a programme near you running at present do email us - we will do our best to accommodate you.
 
In the meantime, do follow us on Twitter and sign up to our monthly bulletin (link) to be the first to hear about Next Gen opportunities. You can also listen to lots of inspiring conversations in your own time by subscribing to our podcast
 
Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to connecting with you soon.
 
Sunday, 10 January 2021 23:49

New Next Gen Programmes Announced

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We are delighted to announce that applications are now open for:
Any early-career GP or GP trainee can apply by sending us a brief expression of interest via the links above.

If you know of someone who might be benefit from joining a programme, please let them know.

In the meantime, we look forward to seeing many of you at our new programmes in Hereford and Worcestershire, Cheshire, and Wessex starting this month!

Please keep an eye on  the Website, Twitter and our upcoming bulletins for more programmes coming soon.

The National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme provides doctors in training with the opportunity to spend one year out of clinical training, working with senior leaders and teams in national healthcare organisations to develop skills in leadership, management, strategy, project management and health policy.

NGGP are pleased to announce our first webinar.

This will take place on Thursday 16th April at 8PM.

Wednesday, 11 March 2020 18:56

NextGen Coronavirus Position Statement

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*All Next Generation GP events suspended until at least end of June*

The Next Generation GP team are sorry to announce that we have now made the difficult decision to suspend all current programmes and events until at least the end of June.

We recognise that Next Generation GP participants and leaders are frontline health professionals and that your priority during this period will be to care for your patients, your loved ones and yourselves. It now seems probable that some form of ‘lock down’ will persist into May/June, and we are aware that even when this ends there will be a very busy period of getting back to ‘business as usual’ for all of General Practice, including GP training schemes and of course our speakers.