ST1 – Hospital & Surgery Posts

New to the scheme?

Need to know where to start?

You will be invited to meet the Training Programme Directors and the administrator to the Scheme within your first couple of weeks in post. Until you actually get to meet face to face any problems can be directed to the administrator at sandra.teasdale@york.nhs.uk

Registration

Once you register with the RCGP, you (trainees) are referred to as an Associate in Training (AiT). All new trainees MUST register with the RCGP BEFORE they start their scheme.  Registration is online with an initial registration fee which is confirmed by email. The  ePortfolio will be activated between 24 and 48 hours after registration with a  welcome pack sent approximately 10 days after.

More information is available on the Royal College of General Practitioners website

Associates in Training (AiTs)
MRCGP Information:

http://www.rcgp.org.uk/training-exams/mrcgp-exams-overview.aspx

Tel: 020 7344 3075
Medical Defence Unions

Make sure your defence union subscription is all up to scratch.  Medical defence organisations available are:

  • Reimbursement of Medical Defence Fees
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Form R

An ‘enhanced form R’ is required to be completed by all trainees joining the GP training programme, so that the Deanery can send your National Training Number to you.

A NEW form R must be completed annually before each ARCP panel.


Educational and Clinical Supervisors

Every trainee is allocated an educational supervisor for the whole of their training programme. You will be notified of who this is with the information you are sent before you start your placement. The educational supervisor’s role overlaps with that of the clinical supervisor and is there to help the trainee by giving them feedback, keeping them on track for their training and helping them to develop in those areas where there is an identified need. You will also have a clinical supervisor, this will most probably change with each of your posts, although may stay the same in the final year of GP placement. You will be given the name of your clinical supervisor before you start each post.

Meetings with your Educational Supervisor should take place as follows:

  • ST1: 1st 6 months: 2 meetings
  • ST1: 2nd 6 months: 1 meeting
  • ST2: 1st 6 months: 1 meeting
  • ST2: 2nd 6 months: 1 meeting
  • ST3: 1st 6 months: 1 meeting
  • ST3: 2nd 6 months: 1 meeting
GP Training Information – Most things you need to know
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WPBA minimum evidence requirements: full-time training
WPBA ST1.doc
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RCGP Guidance LTFT Guidence if less than full time


Working in hospital posts

 

Hospital Dress Code
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