International Faculty representatives

International Faculty Representatives, is a new initiative within the International Department to engage UK faculties with International work.

The role profile is detailed below and the International Department is accepting volunteers to take on this role for their faculty. 

International Faculty Representatives foster engagement and communication between their faculty and the International Department and International Committee. They provide two-way linking, providing information to our team, and receiving information given to them, then communicating it to GPs registered with their local faculty. 

It's an important role, because it ensures the RCGP International team are aware of the international links and working that faculties are engaged in. It also allows us to engage GPs who want to work internationally, and get those with expertise involved in our work. 

If you are interested in becoming an International Faculty Rep or have any comments or suggestions, email

Role Profile

Key Objectives:

  • To facilitate information dissemination through the distribution of email bulletins from the International Faculty Administrator
  • To act as an email contact for ad hoc enquiries and raise queries to International Faculty Administrator where appropriate
  • To sit on the Faculty board and provide updates from the International Department where appropriate
  • To raise awareness and disseminate information regarding projects and initiatives running within the International Department by issuing email updates provided by the International Faculty Administrator
  • Act as a communication channel between the Faculty and the International Committee, allowing IFRs for to influence the International Committee and our international policy.

Time requirements:

  • This is a largely information dissemination and communications role, and in the first instance will predominantly be based on using emails to pass on information to relevant faculty members. We expect the role will require 3-4 hours per month and presence at Faculty Board meeting where updates are necessary.
  • Ad hoc contact to the International Department to discuss issues, queries and plans where appropriate
  • Yearly IFRs Meeting at 30 Euston Square
  • To be available as a point of contact, responding to enquiries within a reasonable time frame, approximately half an hour per week.

Input from the International Department:

  • Updating IFRs with bulletins for dissemination every 4 weeks to ensure they are well informed of our work.
  • Available as a point of contact and responding to all enquiries
  • Liaising with Faculty chairs where necessary
  • Developing the IFR role where Reps want to engage further with the International Team

If you are interested in becoming an International Faculty Rep or have any comments or suggestions, email

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