Seeking new Clinical Associates to join the PCI network (2)

25 February, 2022

REMINDER: DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS MONDAY 28TH FEBRUARY. Primary Care International is a social enterprise working in partnership to strengthen the primary healthcare workforce and the systems around them. To do this we have a network of freelance Clinical Associates: a diverse and agile group of experienced practising family physicians, nurses, and global health practitioners: delivering training and support remotely and in diverse settings and languages around the world. We're currently seeking to expand our Clinical Associate network, and are looking for clinicians with experience of primary healthcare delivery in low- and middle-income settings. Assigned to work on a project-by-project basis, either as a project Team Leader or as a team member, you will work alongside other PCI Associates and colleagues on an ad hoc basis on projects that could span weeks to months (currently all work is home-based) . This role will therefore suit those who are developing portfolio careers. We are particularly interested to hear from qualified candidates living and working in low and middle-income countries. We are also particularly keen to hear from those who are fluent (and confident to deliver online workshops) in Arabic, as well as those who are fluent in French, Spanish or Portuguese, in addition to English.

If this sounds like something of interest to your or anyone you know then please have a look at our website to find out more about the role and how to apply:


Jane Lennon

Communications Manager

Primary Care International<

Primary Care International is a limited company registered in England and Wales. Registered number: 8924010. Registered office: Beaver House, 23-38 Hythe Bridge Street, Oxford, OX1 2EP.

Jane Lennon is Communications Manager at Primary Care international (PCI): a primary care organisation which works collaboratively to train primary healthcare staff through evidence based guidelines, and to support and strengthen complete health systems. She is a member of the HIFA working group on Almaty 2.0.

jane.lennon AT