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The Lincolnshire Refugee Doctor Project, a non-profit Community Interest Company formed in 2016 and works across North East Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire. Our mission is to enable qualified refugee and asylum seeking Doctors within the UK to become registered with the General Medical Council and practice in the NHS. LRDP provides targeted support through educational programmes that enable our doctors to improve their language skills and acquire the necessary level of language competency as recognised by the General Medical Council. As part of their learning, the project also provides opportunities to refresh their clinical knowledge and communication skills through a series of taught clinical sessions and placements, in partnership with local NHS and Primary Care Trusts.
Due to the growth in numbers of doctors participating in our programme, we are looking to support this expansion by appointing an additional Clinical Leader, preferably from a Primary Care background, to work alongside the two Clinical Leaders who are already providing clinical leadership and support the the programme members.
Can you help?
Our Clinical Leader will be experienced in medical education, preferably with knowledge of Plab 1 and 2, including curriculum planning, managing a network of tutors, identifying learning needs and undertaking learning reviews to ensure our programme members have the necessary support to achieve GMC registration. You will be supported by our Learning & Development Co-ordinator and will also have administrative support from the project where needed. Currently, our learning programme is, in the main, delivered through Zoom/Teams but once we can safely do so, we would anticipate some of the teaching would ideally be done face to face. We are currently looking to source up to 4 half day sessions per week, and we offer remuneration of £43.50 per hour on a bank/sessional basis.
If you would be interested in being part of this fantastic opportunity to make a genuine humanitarian difference and support the NHS locally, or would like to discuss any aspects of the role or the project, please contact our Director of Operations firstname.lastname@example.org who will be happy to arrange a conversation at your convenience.
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