Structured training - "Hausarzt 360°"
LMU residency and leadership program “Hausarzt 360°”
- Background and goals
- Program details
- Team & Alumni
- Training in general practice and family medicine: General information
- Contact & information
With the ongoing generational change in the primary care sector, the number of practicing physicians is decreasing, and with it the number of those who can competently represent general practice in research, political and social institutions.
The LMU residency and leadership program “Hausarzt 360°” was therefore launched in the fall of 2017 with the goal of training excellent young doctors to become medical leaders in the area of general practice and family medicine, with the potential to help shape the future of primary care in clinical practice, science, healthcare policy and society.
Our offer for residents – “trainees” – in the HA360° program includes:
Structured clinical training at various departments at LMU university hospital over the entire inpatient residency period of 3 years. Subsequently, further formal affiliation with the institute is possible during outpatient GP training, so that the entire 5-year residency in general practice and family medicine can be completed as part of the HA360°-traineeship.
Clinical rotations include:
- Internal medicine: 12 months
- Emergency room: 6 months
- Psychiatry: 6 months
- Elective subject: 6 months
- Clinician-Scientist research period at the institute: 6 months
- General Practice and Family Medicine (external practice): 24 months
Implementation of a scientific project - from planning to publication
Qualification in medical and leadership skills (including science, clinical medicine, didactics, public relations, healthcare policy, project management) through biweekly seminars and hands-on training with entrusted tasks
Support for individual career plans (e.g. doctoral studies, Ph.D., habilitation)
Participation in the teaching curriculum for medical students (clinical case conferences, seminars, lectures)
Mentoring by senior staff at the institute and affiliated general practitioners
Introduction to the local, national and international network of the institute (e.g. LMU Clinician Scientist Program, teaching practice network, science, professional associations, healthcare policy organizations)
Please send your complete application documents (including a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, relevant diplomas, all in PDF format, max. 10 MB), addressed to Prof. Jochen Gensichen, by e-mail to: email@example.com
Before preparing an application, please contact Dr. Robert Philipp Kosilek for any questions regarding the program or the application process: Robert_Philipp.Kosilek@med.uni-muenchen.de
Program coordinator: Dr. med. Robert Philipp Kosilek
Current program members:
Dr. med. David Rösgen
Dr. med. Antonia Sturm
Dr. med. Isabel Zöllinger
Dr. med. Cora Ballmann
Dr. med. Elisabeth Debold
Dr. med. Paul Delker
Dr. med. Robert Philipp Kosilek
Dr. med. Sabine Schlüssel
Dr. med. Flora Wendel
A structured residency is also possible through the training networks of the KoStA (coordination center for general practice): In many regions of Bavaria, general practitioners in private practice have joined forces with hospitals and other specialists in order to offer young physicians an integrated solution for the entire primary care residency and training period.
Further information regarding general practice residency as well as training networks can be found on the KoStA homepage: https://www.kosta-bayern.de/
You can find the current residency regulations and guidelines on the pages of the Bavarian Medical Association: https://www.blaek.de/weiterbildung