If you’re about to start a new rotation as a GP trainee and are planning your PDP then this blog is for you! I’m often asked what would make a good PDP (personal development plan) for various GP training rotations so we’ve come up with 10 things to achieve by the end of 23 different rotations as a GP trainee.If you’re about to start a new rotation as a GP trainee and are planning your PDP then this blog is for you! I’m often asked what would make a good PDP (personal development plan) for various GP training rotations so we’ve come up with 10 things to achieve by the end of 23 different rotations as a GP trainee.
If you’re a trainee (whether GP trainee or speciality trainee) and are considering an inter-deanery transfer (IDT) then this blog is for you! We’re lucky to have Dr Vanessa Robba explain the steps that she took to successfully apply for her own interdeanery transfer.
If you’re a GP trainee and want to understand how you are assessed through WBPA (workplace based assessment) then this blog is for you!
As a GP Trainee, I used to hide my head in the sand when it came to GP finances. I was not sure what my payslip meant and was definitely not financially savvy. However, the aim of this blog is to share some nuggets that I wish someone told me about training costs and GP pay when I was a trainee. Please note I am not a financial expert and I would always advise you to seek advice from a financial advisor.
I remember the feeling before a new rotation very well from my own GP trainee days – often a mixture of anxiety and excitement. Having been through seven different rotations myself as a trainee, I would like to share five key things to think about before you start – to help maximise your experience as a GP trainee.
Completing clinical audits is a key part of training – often mandatory as part of assessments. We are often approached for guidance on what clinical audits are suitable for a trainee, as well as how to actually do one. This blog aims to answer these questions, as well as simplify the process. It is focused on GP trainees but the principles are appropriate for trainees and doctors in all specialities.
Mindset has the power to determine everything in your life. From how you think to how you react, from how you see others to how you deal with setbacks – your mindset can significantly influence it all – for better or for worse.
Hello! If you need to use reflection in your portfolio entries and struggle with this, this blog is for you! It covers how to do it, what not to do, how to make it less tedious and how to make it less of a bore. We all naturally ‘reflect’ all the time but sometimes it is extremely difficult to transfer this into written words. In this blog I’m going to give you three quick tips to make reflection a little bit less strenuous – may be even easy!