Salaried and Locum GPs needed to champion GP Commissioning

15th November 2010 by NASGP

The RCGP has set up a new Centre for Commissioning, and is looking for a range of GPs from First5, Salaried, Chambers, Locums and Partners to apply to become Clinical Commissioning Champions. These Clinical Commissioning Champions (CCCs) will use their first-hand knowledge of working in the frontline of primary care to inform the production of educational resources and support tools. These champions will then be responsible for delivering training and education to GPs and those involved in commissioning, so a great opportunity for Sessional GPs, especially those working across a range of practices, to bring their knowledge and experience to the forefront of commissioning.

These posts will initially be for up to 10 days a year and GPs will be reimbursed for £393 per day. To find out more and  to apply to become a Clinical Commissioning Champion visit the RCGP website here.

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