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Wednesday Day ReleaseGP Specialty Registrar Handbook »

Your Wednesday day release programme, operates the first and third Wednesdays of each month. You are expected to attend 70% of whole day release teaching during your three years. We expect trainees in GP attachments to attend for whole days and those in hospital posts, to attend as often as they can be released, normally only for afternoon sessions. You can find the programme guide by going to timetables on this website.

Exam Dates - CSA and AKT

CSA & AKT 2016-17>

Attachments

Your attachments to practices and hospital specialities are sent to you by the GP speciality training programme co-ordinator at the Education Centre. The attachment timetable can be found by going to timetables on this website.

Managing Service and Leave Requests in GP Practice

Read the guidelines here.

Hospital Post Swaps

Read the procedure here.

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Smartcards

To find out more about Smartcards and Smartcard registration click here

You can also find further information at http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20130502102046/http://www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/resources/systserv/registration

For local Smartcard queries you may wish to contact mailto:%20r.pearson@nhs.net.

AKT Preparation Resource from Yorkshire & Humberside

AKT Study Suggestions >>

Useful hints

  • The cheapest way for trainees to park, is to buy a ticket from Patient Accounts in the main concourse. These tickets cost £10.08 and allow parking in staff car parks only, for 15 visits. Alternatively, a non-staff ticket allows 14 visits using any car park other than those reserved for staff, and costs £11.
  • If you undertake modules on e-GP they go straight onto your eportfolio: http://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/general-practitioners/
  • The library have a small number of passwords for you to access online AKT practice. The library’s comments were: We currently subscribe to OnExamination http://www.onexamination.com/ and provide access to:

    MRCP Part 1 & Part 2
    MRCPCH Part A and Part B
    MRCGP http://www.onexamination.com/Exam-Revision/MRCGP.aspx
    GPST
    MRCS Part 1 and Part 2 Part A
    FRCA Primary
    DRCOG
    Knowledge Based Assessment in Gastroenterology

    Subscriptions are reviewed annually in line with library budgets. No guarantee can be provided, that access to OnExamination will always be available.

If you have some more, let Dr Ralph Emmerson know in "contact us"

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