FREE STUDY DAY IN LEEDS!
8th September, 2017
FOR GPS AND GP TRAINERS WORKING IN AREAS OF DEPRIVATION. WRITTEN BY THOSE WHO ARE DOING THIS AS THEIR DAY JOB AND INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION.
Gain real life clinical knowledge needed for patients well outside guidance parameters // Hear how others have risen to the challenge // Latest developments in producing a curriculum for deprivation medicine // Have time to chill, meet new people and contribute to the growing network of deprivation doctors
General Practice at the Deep End Yorkshire and Humber brings together healthcare professionals working in the region’s most socioeconomically deprived areas to tackle stark and growing health inequity. The movement has links with academia, the voluntary and social care sectors and groups working with poor or vulnerable people. Inspired by Glasgow University’s GPs at the Deep End project, we were established in 2015.
These are our objectives:
- Help with general practice workforce and recruitment
- Provide educational sessions relevant to deep end work.
- Create a flourishing network to share ideas on planning services and strategy.
- Act as an advocate for deprived communities and vulnerable patient groups
- Develop sustainable links with the academic communities to evaluate the effects of interventions and record the experiences of deep end practitioners and their patients
Follow us on Twitter at #deependYH
You can read a report about our work in the January 2017 edition of the British Journal of General Practice.
The founders of Yorkshire and Humber Deep GP are: Ben Jackson, Dom Patterson, Tom Ratcliffe and Elizabeth Walton. We are all frontline GPs working in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and/or research.
Contact details can be found here.
A map showing Yorkshire and Humber Deep End GP practices can be found here.
The full report from our successful 2016 Symposium can be found here.