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G.P. Training

As a result of the high standards of clinical care and education we offer, this practice is accredited as a training practice for the training of doctors and medical students. We usually have a GP registrar working with us. A GP Registrar is an experienced doctor who has chosen to follow a career in General Practice and is at the stage in training of further developing the specialist skills required.
You will be informed if your doctor has a medical student in attendance. If you prefer the student not to be present during your consultation, please let the receptionist or doctor know.

VIDEO RECORDING

As part of our training and commitment to improving our service, we frequently video consultations as retrospective analysis is an extremely valuable learning resource. However, your consent will be sought before this is done, and if you do not wish your consultation to be recorded on video, we will respect your wishes. Intimate physical examinations will never be recorded.

 

EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

"We are an enthusiastic, well-organised practice providing excellent quality care. We would expect our Registrar to join us in that philosophy. We commit ourselves to Registrar education which we believe to be stimulating, enjoyable, challenging and personally rewarding"

 

GP REGISTRARS INFORMATION

Our GP registrars have a dedicated and fully-equipped consulting room with video-recording facilities. Our up to date practice library has two PCs with internet access and a television with VCR facility to review and edit recorded consultations or view educational videos.

 

 

Bangor Vocational Training scheme Website

Course Organisers: Dr. Carmen Munteanu

                          Dr. Roger Ramsay

 

 

Portfolio based learning for GP CPD - Link to the excellent Continuing Professional Development website by the Abersychan Practice (Pontypool) designed to facilitate GPs in their CPD.

 

HOWIS (Intranet)             HOWIS (Internet)

 

 

 

Royal College of General Practitioners

 

 

 

 

 

British Medical Association

 


Last updated: 19/08/2011