Research Fellow in Primary Care Research: the CATALYST programme

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Closing date 4th March

The Academy of Primary Care at Hull York Medical School seeks to appoint a Research Fellow to support the delivery of the new NHSE funded CATALYST programme.

CATALYST will deliver and evaluate an innovative evidence-informed GP workforce development programme across Humber Coast & Vale (HCV); through a collaborative (living lab) model of research-driven professional development, innovation and improvement. 

The Research Fellow will join the CATALYST team consisting of two GP Portfolio Fellows and a second research fellow, working under the guidance of Prof Joanne Reeve (Director, Academy of Primary Care) and Dr Dan Roper (Clinical Lead Primary Care HCV).

This full-time role will be based at the University of Hull, and involve work with partners across HCV. Remote working during the pandemic is planned for.The post is funded initially for twelve months.

Your day to day role will require you to support local practitioners in quality improvement activities, alongside robust NPT theory informed evaluation of the Catalyst programme. The post  will be of interest to anyone with experience of community-based, including primary care, research. The post offers an exciting opportunity for a primary care/health services researcher to both develop their own academic career as well as contribute to making a difference in primary care.

For informal discussion about the role, please contact Prof Joanne Reeve:

More details and how to apply

Interviews (virtual) are planned for the week of 22nd March 2021
Closing date 4th March 2021

Prof Joanne Reeve