The RCGP launched the Innovators Mentorship Programme in 2018 to support GP entrepreneurs developing innovations that address unmet needs and challenges facing general practice. We are now looking for collaborative organisations (Federations, Clusters, Superpartnerships etc) to work with the RCGP to become pilot sites as part of the programme. Up to 10 organisations will be selected to be pilot sites.  For more information on the programme, mentors and entrepreneurs see: https://www.rcgp.org.uk/imp. There is also a copy of the questions on the webpage so you can prepare answers before submitting online. 

The questions are designed so we can understand the scope of the support you can offer the entrepreneurs and programme, we do not expect an organisation to be able to offer every expertise mentioned. Please see guidance information on completing the expression of interest to see essential and desirable expertise. Guidance can be found at: https://www.rcgp.org.uk/imp

Contact imp@rcgp.org.uk if you have any queries. 

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* 1. Organisation details

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* 2. Type of organisation 

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* 3. Date organisation was formalised

Date (DD/MM/YY)

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* 4. Number of sites

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* 5. List size (nearest thousand)

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* 6. Lead applicant details (expected to be a senior member of the organisation)

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* 7. Role of lead applicant in the organisation

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* 8. Named main contact details (person who would be working with the entrepreneurs on a regular basis)

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* 9. Role of named contact in the organisation

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* 10. Briefly outline why your organisation would be an ideal pilot site (please include reference to the expertise of the lead applicant and the main contact, the organisation expertise, the quality of care provided, how you meet the expectations of the RCGP Quality Statement as well as any previous awards or regulatory approvals where appropriate)

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* 11. Can you briefly describe your data and analytics capabilities (software/processes) and expertise (knowledge) which might support the evaluation of an innovation

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* 12. Do you have an example of an innovation (process, pathway, software or hardware) that has been developed in your organisation? If so please provide details (include a description of the innovation, testing, use and impact).

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* 13. Has the organisation experience in taken an innovation (purchased or developed in the organisation) from one site to multiple sites? (you can use the same example as above)

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