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A Unique Offer to All Educators and Trainees in the East Midlands

The East Midlands Cancer Alliance is supporting the development of a Primary Care Cancer Training Academy. Its objectives are to improve knowledge, understanding and capability of earlier diagnosis of cancer from improving cancer screening uptake to developing pathways for diagnostics and imaging. All primary care patient facing staff would have the opportunity to access high quality learning resource . A particular focus will be working with trainees in general practice especially around quality improvement opportunities.


We are seeking interested clinicians as trainers and trainees to work with us to develop and deliver training. This would be an ideal fit for trainees who are seeking to extend the teaching experience and for trainers who are seeking to expand their own learning and teaching resources.


Representatives from each of the constituent integrated care systems (Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire ) are especially welcomed. Prior experience is not required and all who take part will be offered mentoring by the Director (Pawan Randev, an experienced GP trainer and Cancer Lead). An initial, informal discussion is welcomed - please email pawan.randev@nhs.net.

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We make sure that while serving the public GPs are able to uphold appropriate standards of practice, and enjoy a standard of living commensurate with their profession, commitment and training.

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Derby and Derbyshire LMC has a major role to play in the provision of primary care and offers a unique position of influence within the NHS. 

With 100 years of corporate intelligence and memory, we are very experienced in a wide range of GP practice issues – if in doubt, contact us.