Case Study: Sustainable Healthcare GP Registrar Scholarship Programme

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A case study about the Sustainable Healthcare GP Registrar Scholarship Programme, run by the Severn Deanery School of Primary Care (SoPC), NHS Education – South West. The purpose of the programme is to offer high performing GPST3 trainees the opportunity to develop skills in sustainable healthcare within the context of the NHS.  Such skills will help equip them for future appointments within clinical commissioning groups and the NHS as a whole. 

Trainees on the programme have 20 days of study leave over 13 months, during which to learn about sustainable healthcare and to design and complete a relevant project, with educational support from the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare and others.

The case study can be downloaded here as a word document or may be found in web format at http://map.sustainablehealthcare.org.uk/severn-deanery/sustainable-healthcare-gp-registrar-scholarship-programme

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Centre for Sustainable Healthcare & Severn Deanery

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December, 2012

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  • case study

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