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Are you thinking of becoming a GP Tutor or QUB Teaching practice?

Click on the link below to see our video. It shows local GPs, practice managers and medical students all sharing their reasons why to get involved

GPS Nurturing The Next Generation Of Doctors



We are always looking for new practices and new GP tutors who would be interested in teaching undergraduate medical students. 
It is a very exciting time for the medical school as the new undergraduate curriculum C25 was introduced in Autumn 2020. This will deliver approx. 25% of the undergraduate course through General Practice.



Who can become a GP Tutor?
You must be on the NIPMPL but can be working as a:-
GP Partner
Salaried GP
GP Retainer
Sessional GP (Some tutor roles)

What experience do I need?
No formal teaching qualification is required (though is desirable)
An interest in education
Enthusiasm for General Practice as a career

What are the benefits?
A rewarding personal experience
Promoting GP as a career and expanding our workforce
Developing an interest in education and learning new skills
Peer learning from other GP tutors
Networking with colleagues

How do I apply?


Click on the link above to register your interest.
There has never been a better time to be involved.
If you are a partner or salaried in a practice, we may ask to visit the surgery so that we can talk to the whole team about the opportunities available, and explain what is needed to be a QUB practice.
If you are a sessional GP, we will explain how you can get involved.

What will happen next?
You will be asked to complete a short online survey. If a teaching opportunity is available, you will be provided with an educational induction session.
You will be asked to complete a HSCNI Diversity online module (required if you have not completed this, or a similar module in the past 5 years). Click on the link below to access this free module

Current GP Tutors/Practices

The key contacts for General Practice are:

For all general enquiries related to clinical attachments in General Practice please used the following email address: If you are teaching a specific year group and have an enquiry regarding that then please use one of the email addresses below.