Vibrant Faculties Awards 2018

Are you a member of the College's most Vibrant Faculty? 

Archana Anandaram - Midland Faculty AwardThe Vibrant Faculty Awards 2018 are now closed.

The Awards, now in their third year, are an annual celebration of Faculties' innovation and success. 

We want to hear about the innovative work you are doing to engage with members and promote the work of the College locally.

There are two categories:

  • a main award
  • a second for smaller Faculties with fewer than 700 members

The winners will be announced at the RCGP Annual Conference in Glasgow, 4-6 October 2018.

Last year, Midland Faculty was the winner of the main award for its social media campaign encouraging people to share what general practice meant to them in 150 words.

North Scotland took home the smaller Faculty award for implementing web conferencing enabling members to join Board meetings remotely. 

Nominations need to be aligned to one of the College's four strategic objectives: 

  • shaping the future of general practice 
  • ensuring GP education meets the changing needs of UK primary care 
  • growing and supporting a strong, engaged membership; and 
  • being the voice of our profession

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Our four strategic objectives

  1. Shape the future of General Practice - to restore pride and confidence in general practice, and defend the profession from longstanding underfunding by enhancing its influence.
  2. Ensure GP education meets the changing needs of UK primary care - to provide curriculum, training, assessment and CPD resources which will prepare and support GPs to deliver a first class patient service wherever they work and which will respond to the changes in primary care service delivery.
  3. Grow and support a strong, engaged membership - to promote the value of membership, improve the member experience, build the perceived value of membership and strengthen links with and between all members.
  4. Be the voice of the GP (influence) - to extend its stakeholder engagement (local and national), explain and celebrate the role of general practice in the future health and social care system, and promote the work of the GP as an attractive career choice.

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