The Improving Global Health (IGH) Programme

The Improving Global Health (IGH) Programme

Overview

FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR AUGUST 2022 for 6 months. (Applicants may also request to begin their Fellowship in February 2023).

The IGH Programme recruits NHS employees from across England, from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. If you are a doctor or dentist, you need to have completed your Foundation Programme training. If you have another clinical or managerial background, you need to have worked in an NHS AfC Band 6 role. The IGH Programme currently works with overseas partners in Anguilla, Cambodia, Lesotho, Myanmar, South Africa, Uganda and Zambia. NHS Fellows typically work on a local system-strengthening project, and do not provide patient care. 

Application window opens on 4 April 2022 and closes on 16 May 2022. For more information, and to apply, please review the IGH Programme page on our website.

Qualifications

If you are a doctor or dentist, you need to have completed your Foundation Programme training. If you have another clinical or managerial background, you need to have worked in an NHS AfC Band 6 role.

How to apply

The application form will be available on this page of the website from 4 April 2022. Applicants apply using the online form on the website, and must also send a CV to global.learning [at] hee.nhs.uk before the deadline. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to a virtual 35-minute interview between 9-14 June 2022.

The deadline to apply is 9am on 16 May 2022