RCGP Fellowship

We award fellowship in recognition of a significant contribution to medicine, and general practice in particular. Fellows are ambassadors for RCGP.
 
Fellowship is an honour and mark of achievement recognising a significant contribution to:

  • health and welfare of the community
  • science or practice of medicine
  • aims of RCGP, or any organisation which benefits general practice

Fellowship applications

Fellowship applications should be submitted online in your MyRCGP member area.
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Nomination

The candidate or nominee, nominator and two seconders must each complete a form and a supporting statement.

Nominators should set out their reasons for recommending the candidate in up to 500 words.

Each seconder must provide a supporting statement of up to 400 words.

Candidates should provide max 1000 words and may wish to structure their statement around the six potential achievement categories .

You can also download and complete our word nomination forms and guidance notes.

Submission and election

As a nominator you should submit the completed forms to the candidate’s local Faculty

The Faculty’s fellowship committee will consider the application and make a recommendation to our Council. 

Approved candidates are formally elected as fellows at our annual general meeting or spring meeting.

Candidates must pay a one off fee of £499 before their formal election.

If you have any other questions about fellowship please email us or phone 020 3188 7665

International Fellowship

Just like our UK Members, International Members are eligible for International Fellowship, or FRCGP[INT]

The criteria are the same for both UK and International Fellowships, but the process differs slightly. International Fellowship applications or nominations are considered by the International Faculty Fellowship Committee (IFFC).

RCGP International Fellowship is an honour and a mark of achievement recognising a significant contribution to:

  • the health and welfare of the community
  • the science or practice of general practice or family medicine
  • the aims of RCGP, or any organisation which benefits general practice or family medicine

Process

There are two routes to International Fellowship:

  • nomination
  • portfolio

You should use the RCGP ePortfolio to log your evidence which then can be used to support you application.

Download and complete the application forms and guidance notes:

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Submission and election

You should email completed paperwork to the RCGP International Faculty, for consideration by the Faculty’s fellowship committee. 

The International Faculty fellowship committee considers the application, then makes a recommendation to our Council. Approved candidates are formally elected as fellows at the our AGM or spring meeting.

International fellowship application fees are linked to the world bank rates, please contact us for details.

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