About the programme
The Clinical Adviser Programme is:
- It allows you as a member of the RCGP to have a say on the direction of clinical policy for primary care across the UK.
- By reading and commenting on the guidelines and policy consultations it will keep you up to date with clinical changes.
- All qualified GP members with a licence to practice.
- The programme influences the whole of primary care by effecting via national policy
As a Clinical Adviser you can:
- Submit written comments on draft clinical policy, guidelines and quality standards
- Attend events on behalf of the RCGP, such as one-off scoping workshops
- Have the opportunity to become part of guideline development committee
- Support other related work across the RCGP
- The Clinical Adviser role is unpaid within the RCGP; however, specific projects may offer expenses for involvement,
- The success of the Clinical Adviser programme relies on participation, and while there is no set obligation, it is implicit in your registration that you will actively participate.
Register as a Clinical Adviser
Participation is open to RCGP members who are practising GPs in the UK, non-practising GPs within three years of retirement, or clinicians with relevant clinical, academic or voluntary experience.
Anyone applying to be an adviser must declare any conflicts of interest to us. For successful registrations, there will be a need to re-register annually.
To register to be a Clinical Adviser, please:
If you have any queries regarding our Clinical Advisers Network, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org