DR RICHARD HALL. HARROGATE STS INTRODUCTION DAY. 11.8.11. PROGRAMME. 1215-1300 Lunch 1300-1400 Introduction to Harrogate STS (Richard Hall) 1400-1500 Work Place Based Assessments (Chris Walsh) 1500-1515 Coffee/tea break 1515-1545 Vital facts for ST1s- Dr M Locke
How to work together and group rules
Planning your learning
Some housekeeping mattersCONTENT
To look at the (hopefully not new to you) concept of adult learning.
Plan your learning-study leave budgets!
How to engage with the e-portfolioAIMS
Start to think about the consultation process.
Consider the organisation of primary care.
Dealing with uncertainty
To consider comparisons between primary and secondary care.Aims - Getting YOU To:-
“The purpose of adult education is to help them to learn, not to teach them all they know and thus stop them from carrying on learning”
Rogers 1988ADULT LEARNING
Contributing in a dominant way
Contributing in a passive way
AIT not to teach them all they know and thus stop them from carrying on learning”
15 days every 6 months, including HDR. not to teach them all they know and thus stop them from carrying on learning”
Plan ahead and discuss with your trainer / clinical supervisor/educational supervisor
Must be in PDP.
Must be relevant and local.
Apply well in advance – 4 weeks notice - using the forms available from Lisa Adams.
Remember budget is limited to £400pa-approval TPD discretion.STUDY LEAVE
Components:- not to teach them all they know and thus stop them from carrying on learning”
1 AKT – applied knowledge test
2 CSA – clinical skills assessment
3 WPBA – workplace based assessment.nMRCGP
The AKT is designed to test the application of knowledge and interpretation of information
Each question is intended to explore a topic of which an ordinary GP could be expected to have a working knowledgeAKT
An “evolution” from the previous MCQ interpretation of information
A three hour, 200 item multiple-choice
Delivered on a computer terminal at an invigilated test centre
Offered initially three times a year Oct/Nov, Jan/Feb, April/May
No limit to the number of attempts
A pass will be valid for three years only
Can be attempted at any time during GP specialist training (GPST), but most appropriately at end ST2-beginning ST3AKT Format:
Results given via ePortfolios after approximately 3 weeks as grades of the 12 assessed cases and an overall pass or fail.
4 sittings per year – Feb/May/September and November – dates on website
There are periodic “Mock CSA’s” run locally either at scheme level or Deanery – get your name down and have a go!CSA Continued:-
Pass Rates by Country of Qualification
ePortfolio grades of the 12 assessed cases and an overall pass or fail.
ARCP panels-how to prepare
What is a good log entry
HARROGATE STS WEBSITE-http://www.harrogategpsts.co.uk/updates/index.html
YORKSHIRE AND HUMBER SCHOOL OF PRIMARY CARE-http://www.yorksandhumberdeanery.nhs.uk/general_practice/
Learning Should be fun
You will decide ! WEBSITE-http://www.harrogategpsts.co.uk/updates/index.html
“Leaders” have two roles
“Facilitator” Encourage active participation and identification of learning needs.
“Expert” Experienced GPIdeas to cover in small groups
GP culture v secondary care WEBSITE-http://www.harrogategpsts.co.uk/updates/index.html
Role of video
Adult learning/ Styles