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GP ST+: Maximise Your GP Training

GP ST+: Maximise Your GP Training

  • Sunday 9th June 2019 - BIRMINGHAM *New date*   


195.00

GP ST+: Maximise Your GP Training

  • Sunday 9th June 2019 - Live Stream Webinar 9.30am - 5.30pm *New date*   


185.00

GP ST+: Maximise Your GP Training

  • Saturday 29th June 2019 - LONDON *New date*   


195.00

GP ST+: Maximise Your GP Training Video

  • Pre-order video recording - available by 15th June 2019   


185.00

Course Details

Key Points:
  • 1 day course to help you get the most out of your GP training rotation for all 3 years - ST1-ST3
  • Aimed at doctors starting a GP rotation in August 2019 / February 2020 / already in ST1
  • MRCGP WPBA - what you need to do for ARCP each year, e-portfolio and learning logs made easy
  • MRCGP AKT - what to expect, sample questions and how to prepare so you pass 1st time
  • MRCGP CSA - what to expect, sample cases, and how to prepare so you pass 1st time
  • Courses and qualifications to do during your training to help you after CCT
  • Portfolio careers - what is a portfolio GP, how to develop a portfolio career including GP with specialist interest (GPSI)
  • Contracts - working week, salary and expenses in your GP registrar years
  • Medicolegal issues in GP - common reasons for complaints and how to avoid them
  • 9.30am - 5.30pm
  • CPD - 6 hours / 6 Credits
1 day course for doctors that have secured a GP ST rotation / those already in ST1. This course will help you plan for all 3 years of GP training, and provide useful, practical advice to help you get the most out of your rotations, understand how to pass all 3 parts of MRCGP and maximise your training.



The course will cover:

MRCGP - an overview of all 3 parts
All you need to know about gaining Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP)

MRCGP Work Place Based Assessment (WPBA) - including the e-portfolio and the 10 different types of learning logs, the 7 assessment types, effective PDPs, how to get through ARCP

MRCGP Applied Knowledge Test (AKT) and the Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA) - exam format, what is tested, sample AKT questions / example CSA cases. What to do and when to do it during your rotation. Common reasons for failure and how to avoid them. How to prepare so you pass all your exams the first time!

Courses and qualification to do during your training
Which courses and qualifications might help you 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

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

Medicolegal issues in General Practice

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

Important paperwork for GP rotations
What paperwork you need to get sorted out before you start, and important documentation within the first few monthsof starting a GP post

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

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

The Course Director and main speaker is Dr Mahibur Rahman. He is a portfolio GP and Consultant in Medical Education, and has written and taught extensively on GP Training, MRCGP and GP careers. He has taught over 34,000 delegates, helping doctors in every deanery succeed in GP training since 2005.



Course Programme

09.30 Registration and refreshments
09.45 Welcome and introduction
09.50 Paperwork, pay and contracts during GP training
10.20 Expenses you can claim when starting a GP rotation
10.40 Medicolegal issues in General Practice
11.10 Break for refreshments
11.25 Courses to do during your training
12.15 MRCGP WPBA / e-portfolio and learning logs
13.15 Lunch*
14.00 MRCGP AKT - what to expect and how to prepare
14.40 MRCGP CSA - what to expect and how to prepare
15.30 Break for refreshments
15.45 Becoming a portfolio GP / GP with special interest
16.45 Questions and answers
17.00 Secrets to being a successful GP trainee
17.30 Summary and Close

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

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