Next Gen GP is fully funded leadership programme for trainees and early career GPs. It is based on the principle ‘Energise, Engage and Empower’. The fundamental idea is to turn the insight into impact with inspiration from prominent national and local leaders. This programme was started by Nishma Manek, who is a GP registrar in Cambridge and NHS England fellow.
It consists of five sessions over five months period and each session has a talk by one of the speakers followed by an interview with a second speaker. The programme successfully completed the first cohort in Nottingham in early 2019 with the second ending in February 2020.
Speakers who have been involved include, Dr Nick Harding, Caroline Wilkinson, Nikita Kanani, Stephen Shortt, Peter Homa, Laura Neilson, Dom Patterson, Tracy Taylor, Simon Gregory and Martin McShane for the first cohort.
Next Generation GP 2021 - Information for Nottingham Participants
Next Generation GP is a Nottingham based programme for emerging leaders in general practice, designed by a group of trainees and new GPs.
The aim is to inspire GP trainees and newly qualified GPs to be informed leaders as well as excellent clinicians, with the insight and connections they need to make changes in the system.
The programme consists of five evening events from February-June. There are two parts to the evening sessions: a themed workshop, talk or facilitated group work session addressing a specific leadership challenge followed by an interview with an inspiring national leader where the audience can engage and ask questions.
If you would like more information about the local branch of Next Gen GP, please contact us.
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