Innovative Training Posts (ITPs)
We are offering a range of innovative posts for trainees in ST1 and ST2.
There can only be one of these posts in a rotation.
Up to August 2021 these posts will count as a secondary care post, from August 2021 they will count as a GP Post.
Aims of Innovative Training posts
To link relevant specialty experience with the practical application of the learning in General Practice.
The post will be split between a GP practice setting and a community or Trust specialty.
The percentage in the GP setting will be between 25-50%
The specialty will be relevant to General Practice
The learning opportunities will meet the relevant curriculum areas.
For August 2020- August 2021 there is no requirement for any GP OOH. The post may include on call with the speciality part of the post.
We have 14 ITP posts attached to the York Scheme these are: Last Years of Life; Sexual and Reproductive Health; Dermatology; Women’s Health; Community Medicine for the Elderly; Diabetes, Endocrinology and Neurology; Dermatology and Rheumatology; Palliative Care; Deprivation and Substance Misuse Medicine; CAMHS; HYMS;
York Scheme also supports two ‘Trailblazer’ rotations. Read more about these here.