SPECIALISING WITHIN GP DR ANJALY MIRCHANDANI MBCHB MRCS MRCGP SALARIED GP SPECIALTY DOCTOR IN PALLIATIVE MEDICINE [email protected] MY TIMELINE Graduated University of Bristol 2001 Basic and High Surgical Training Rotations
Decision to switch to GP training Careers advice Mentoring GP SPECIALTY TRAINING Last hospital post in Palliative Medicine
Inpatient unit Community team Day Centre GP ST3 Palliative care locum shifts
European Certificate in Essential Palliative Care POST CCT 5 Session salaried GP 5 Session equivalent Specialty Doctor Inpatient Unit
Middle grade on call rota Day centre - OPA and medical reviews Education/Service Development DEVELOPMENT OF OTHER INTERESTS Medical Education GP tutor Imperial College
Trainer Difficult Conversations Palliative Care teaching to GPs and allied Health Professionals MSc Medical Education in progress Minor Surgery and Joint Injection - accredited
Event Medicine Coach/Mentor Imperial Lead Provider Scheme PATHWAY Open minded Opportunity
Networking Development of role Accreditation BENEFITS Pursue specialist interest in wide variety of specialties
Personal satisfaction and development - increase in competence and certainty in specific area Vary working week Different working environment and professional relationships Share knowledge with colleagues in practice Opportunities for teaching and training
Opportunities for service development DISADVANTAGES Time commitments - competencies, setting up service, appraisal, personal development, timetable Variable income
Medico-legal Know your limitations USEFUL LINKS A Career Companion to Becoming a GP: Developing and Shaping Your Career by Patrick Hutt, Sophie Park London Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education Coaching Service
http://www.lpmde.ac.uk/professional-development/coachingservice Imperial Lead Provider Coaching and Mentoring Scheme http://leadprovider.imperial.nhs.uk/resources/coaching-mentor ing/ [email protected] ANY QUESTIONS?
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