Special Interest Groups
Membership recruitment to the two new Special Interest Groups, Palliative Medicine Special Interest Group and Public Health Special Interest Group has now been completed. Their first meetings to set workstream priorities will take place on the 19th July, keep checking back for information.
Membership applications are now open for the Primary and Urgent Care Special Interest Group (PUCSIG)
Do you want to be more involved in the primary and urgent care workstreams at the College?
We are recruiting for new members to join the Primary and Urgent Care Special Interest Group (PUCSIG). The primary role of the PUCSIG is to represent College members working in primary and urgent care settings. The group will provide a voice for those working in this area of paramedic practice.
There are four positions available in PUCSIG. Membership can be multi-disciplinary and applications are particularly welcomed from paramedics in under-represented, protected characteristic groups and locations, as well as medical doctors, or other appropriately experienced nurses or allied health professionals. Applications are also encouraged from those in clinical, leadership, academic and research roles who feel they could make a valuable contribution to this group. A selection panel will review applications and if applications exceed capacity, an interview process will be initiated. Please carefully note the instructions regarding email submission of applications below.
Applications open 11th July 2022 and will close on 31st July 2022.
Applications will be reviewed between 1st August 2022 and 14th August 2022.
A panel from the College’s Chief Executive Group will consider applications and contact successful applicants within 4 weeks of the application deadline. Depending on the number of applications received, we may need to conduct informal interviews which will take place w/c 15th August and w/c 22nd August with appointments to the group by the end of the month.
Please submit a 300 word summary detailing why you would like to join the group, highlighting key skills and attributes to support your application. In addition, please include a brief summarised copy (maximum 2 pages A4) of your CV to Helen Beaumont-Waters, (Head of Clinical Development in Primary and Urgent Care) by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit applications with attention to the subject heading as follows: Name of SIG; County; your initials. Examples – PUSIG; Yorkshire; HBW, and PUCSIG; Ayrshire; ABC.