GPs at the Deep End North East North Cumbria

News & Bulletins

International Bulletin – 10

Welcome to the 10th Deep End International Bulletin with reports from 16 Deep End Projects (one being our own NENC) in 7 countries which is both a milestone and a record. The Deep End Movement, for that is what it has become, never fails to impress with the volume and range of activity across 17 separate projects, 16 of which have sent in reports for this 10th edition of the Bulletin. Read more DEEP END INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN NO 10


The Deep End network are excited to announce a new Deep End fellowship starting in 2024.  This will be the form of a ‘bolt on’ to the new to practice fellowship offered by HEE for newly qualified GPs within 2 years of CCT.  The fellowship will fund an additional CPD session for a fellow working in a Deep End practice to participate in Deep End activities (webinars, meetings), provide additional peer support from other Deep End clinicians and allow time for quality improvement projects within the practice. Deep End Network fellowship

Research Opportunity

We are excited to invite you to our fourth and final event, where we will share and showcase our findings to the broadest range of people, in order to make a lasting difference in how people can be supported out of homelessness.   Read more and book your place

NENC Newsletter

Our 3rd Deep End Newsletter with updates on – Our first funded face to face networking event, Education update, Research update and other opportunities for Deep End practicesNewsletter Issue 3 March 2023

Research Opportunity

Opportunity to join a two part research project, the first a survey of women who have had a pregnancy in our region in the last three years, and the second, focus group discussions with healthcare professionals involved in delivering care in the postnatal period. Read more

International Bulletin – 9

Welcome to the 9th Deep End International Bulletin, with 58 pages of shared enthusiasm, ideas, activity and drive. There is lots to share and learn, with reports of prodigious activity in engagement, education, training, research, connectivity and advocacy in East of England, Yorkshire/Humber, North East and North Cumbria (NENC), and London DEEP END INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN NO 9

NENC Newsletter

Deep End NENC second Newsletter has now been published read more from our Clinical Leads here –
NENC Deep End Newsletter Issue 2 Nov 2022

NENC Deep End Bulletin

Deep End Bulletin with updates on Informal drop in, Educational Offer, Childhood immunisations and Prioritised Training Offer –   Deepend issue 1

NENC Newsletter

The first Deep End NENC Newsletter has now been published: NENC Deep End Newsletter Issue 1 Oct 2021

International Bulletin – 8

8th International Bulletin with updates from 7 projects including our own North-East and North Cumbria as well as Canberra, Ireland, London, Greater Manchester, Plymouth and Scotland Deep End Bulletin 8

International Bulletin – 7

7th International Deep End Bulletin with updates from 5 projects in Kawasaki & Yokohama, Cornwall and Northern Ireland, Demark and North West London. Deep End Bulletin 7



 A day in the life of……a Deep End Locum

17th November 2022

I think what I found challenging was the complexity of each patient, as due to the local population being of poor health almost everyone regardless of age had a significant list of co-morbidities, medications and in a lot of cases substance abuse issues. Whereas in other areas you may get a few more “simple” patients, […]

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Clinical Psychologist Post

13th December 2021

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Living well at the Deep End

6th July 2021

Last week at the Society of Academic Primary Care’s Annual Scientific Meeting, Deep End researcher and GP trainee Claire Norman led a workshop on ‘Living Well at the Deep End.’ Here are some of the top discussion points. The theme of the conference was ‘Living and dying well’ and I confess that when I entered […]

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Clinical lead Martin Weatherhead shares his thoughts on how the Deep End NENC can advocate for our region, practices and patients.

23rd April 2021

The inverse care law has proved difficult to overturn, but one of the audiences NENC Deep End hope to influence are the decision makers who control funding allocation. However, we can’t lose sight of the fundamental importance of improving the quality of the health care experienced by our patients. Two of our stated aims are to: Advocate for […]

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