GMC Survey 2014. Dr Stuart Vas Training Programme Director Barnsley GP Training Scheme. Introduction. Every year the GMC surveys all doctors in training in the UK The following results have been chosen to highlight feedback on rotations which are currently part of the GP Training Scheme
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Dr Stuart Vas
Training Programme Director
Barnsley GP Training Scheme
The crudest way of analysing the data is to look out for red and green areas
This slide provides an overview for the main specialities covered on the Barnsley GP training scheme.
The main areas of concern would appear to be Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Medicine
Emergency Medicine in Barnsley continues to be rated highly by Barnsley GP trainees. One can only presume that the low Workload score is balanced by the excellent rating for Clinical Supervision and would suggest that the job is well supported.
Two indicators are ranked in the lower quartile, however it should be noted that the overall scores for both of these are above 90%. Overall Satisfaction has dropped very slightly which potentially could be explained by the lower results given for Work Load.
The only outlying indicator for 2014 is Induction, however there are two other indicators ranked in the lower quartile (Feedback and Access to Educational Resources). Ratings for Workload remain low and the Overall Satisfaction levels have dropped.
As evidence by the results above, the number of indicators which are classed as outliers has significantly increased from 2013. Ratings for Overall Satisfaction and Workload are low.
Although no outlying indicators were identified there may be areas which could be improved (Feedback and Access to Educational Resources). Workload continues to improve although the score remains relatively low.
Unfortunately the results for Psychiatry do not allow any analysis. Local feedback will need to be taken into account.
Emergency Medicine and General Practice both score highly with Obstetrics and Gynaecology scoring lowest for this indicator with a significant drop compared to 2013.
It was encouraging to see that Emergency Medicine, General Practice and Paediatrics and Child Health rated highly for this indicator. The result for Obstetrics and Gynaecology has now fallen the second year in a row by a significant amount.
Scores for Work Load were generally low across the board with only General Practice scoring above 50. Given that Both Emergency Medicine and Paediatrics and Child Health score highly for Overall Satisfaction it would suggest to me that increased Clinical Supervision scores contributes positively to the experience of GP trainees.