How to become a primary care educator
Review our teaching opportunities booklet to decide what teaching you would like to become involved in (practice-based, central etc).
N.B Each page links to the specific tutor guide, providing more information on the unit.
Step 2 : Complete and return an application form to become an accredited Barts and The London teaching practice.
Step 3: Review our expectations for tutors and practices undertaking practice-based teaching
Step 4: Our Community Based Medical Education team will review the application and contact the practice to arrange a visit. This practice visit is an opportunity for us to meet with the practice team and discuss teaching options, training, quality, and the practice site and resources etc, to make sure the practice is ready to start teaching.
Step 5: Once you have been approved, teaching can be allocated to you from our admin team
Remuneration rates can be found here
Esi Amankwah / Tel: 0207 882 8786
Chloe Millan / Tel: 020 7882 7131