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The Intercalated BSc in Primary Care is an optional extra year of study for students who have completed 2-3 years of a UK MBBS.
It's an exciting opportunity for medical students to engage further with a general practice clinical experience, whilst also studying aspects of primary care in more depth and undertaking a research project.
It aims to inspire doctors and health care leaders of the future and give an excellent generalist grounding to students planning a career in both general practice and other medical careers, equipping them with the skills necessary to lead integrated and innovative care.
As part of the iBSc Primary Care, students spend one day a week in general practice for two terms (October to March). More information for GP Tutors about this clinical placement can be found in the 'Quick Reference Guide' and Handbook below.
- GP Tutor Handbook Clinical General Practice 2023-24
- Summary Infogram for Tutors in iBSc in Primary Care
- Quick Reference Guide (QRG) 2023-24
iBSc video for prospective students
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Translation and adoption of research innovation into clinical practice
Infographic for Students: iBSc Primary Care