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GP Specialty Training: Getting Started

GP Specialty Training: Getting Started

GP Specialty Training: Getting Started

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GP ST: Getting Started

  • Sunday 21st May 2017 - LONDON   


170.00

GP ST: Getting Started

  • Sunday 2nd July 2017 - BIRMINGHAM   


170.00

Course Details

Key Points:
  • 1 day course to help you get the most out of your GP training rotation
  • Aimed at doctors starting a GP rotation in August 2017
  • Paperwork you need to complete BEFORE starting
  • Expenses you can claim during GP training
  • Contracts - working week and salary in your GP registrar years
  • MRCGP - an overview of the AKT and CSA exams and WPBA
  • Courses and qualifications to do during your training
  • 10.00am - 5.15pm
1 day course for doctors that have secured a GP ST rotation. This course will help you prepare for your training, and provide useful, practical advice to help you get a head start on your GP training rotation.

The course will cover:

Important paperwork when starting your rotation
What paperwork you need to get sorted out before August, and important documentation within the first few months.

Expenses you can claim when starting a GP ST rotation
Travel expenses, removal expenses, house rental / purchase related costs, indemnity + much more!

Courses and qualification to do during your training
Which courses and qualifications will make you more competitive after you qualify? Costs and exams for the most useful diplomas and certificates.

Contracts - working week and salary in your GP Registrar year
How many clinical sessions / educational sessions should you be doing? Out of Hours requirements, extended hours, salary and expenses as a GP registrar and details of the GPR contract

Medicolegal issues in General Practice

Common reasons for patient complaints and how to avoid them. Risk management. Keeping accurate medical records. Patient confidentiality.

MRCGP - an overview of all 3 parts
All you need to know about gaining Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) - Work Place Based Assessment (WPBA), the Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) and the Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA), with sample questions and an example of a CSA case. What to do and when to do it during your rotation.

Becoming a GP with Specialist Interest (GPSI / GPwSI)
What is a GPSI? How and why you might want to develop a special interest. Accreditation as a GPSI. Portfolio careers.

The secrets to being a successful GP trainee
How to get the most out of your training, tips on becoming a great GP.

Course Programme

10.00 Registration and refreshments
10.15 Welcome and introduction
10.30 Paperwork, pay and contracts during GP training
11.00 Expenses you can claim when starting a GP rotation
11.20 Medicolegal issues in General Practice
11.45 Break for refreshments
12.10 Courses to do during your training
13.00 Lunch*
14.10 MRCGP - an overview of all 3 parts
15.40 Break for refreshments
16.05 Becoming a GPSI / potfolio careers
16.35 Questions and answers
16.50 Secrets to being a successful GP trainee
17.15 Summary and Close

*Hot buffet lunch provided - there will be halal and vegetarian options available

Telephone: 0121 744 6433 email: info@emedica.co.uk