The resources below are intended to help practices to recruit and retain colleagues.
Recruit a newly qualified GP
To advertise your vacancy directly to GP registrars who are seeking their first role post qualification, send your job advert to Paola Furno, GP VTS and GP Training Administrator from Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Developing your workforce
There are a variety of leadership programmes available for staff working in general practice. Click here to access the programmes delivered by the NHS Leadership Academy.
Apprentices in Primary Care Information Pack
The Apprenticeships in Primary Care Information Pack outlines the benefits of apprenticeship qualifications in primary care support roles and showcases the impact of apprentices within the work environment. There are a broad range of profiles covering medical administration, business administration, customer service, healthcare and team leading. You can find this document in the table below.
Personal and professional development support for practice staff
The Primary Care Resilience Service is a fully funded mentoring service to support general practice colleagues with their personal and professional development. The service is available to all doctors, practice managers, and practice nurses whether that be from those who are entering General Practice for the first time in their professional career to those who have been in General Practice for many years. Please follow the link to access the service.
Please follow the link if you would like to train to become a Facilitator (mentor) and help others fulfil their potential. You can also find an information pack at the bottom of the page.
Advertising roles in practice
You can advertise or find roles currently vacant in Brighton and Hove Practices on our website page here.
ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law. You can find links to key ACAS guidance below
NHS Employers Resources
NHS England Resources
NHS England has published a GP career support pack. This document sets out the various types of support available to general practitioner’s at all stages of their career, whether in their first five years, mid-career, nearing retirement or after taking a career break.
Further resources: Guidance on co-locating mental health therapists in primary care, which you can find in the table below.
Advice for student/newly qualified nurses entering General Practice
Please follow the link for advice for student and newly-qualified nurses on how to apply for jobs in general practice or make the move to general practice from a different care setting.
In the table below, you can find resources to support practices when advertising roles.