Presentation on theme: "ARCP and the e-Portfolio update. ARCP panel expectations Curriculum coverage Number of QUALITY entries Breadth of domain coverage 1 mini audit per year."— Presentation transcript:
ARCP panel expectations Curriculum coverage Number of QUALITY entries Breadth of domain coverage 1 mini audit per year and 1 big audit with completion of two cycles with the 3 ST years 3x SEA per 6 months Case presentation every six months PSQs (ST2), DOPs, CDBs and COTs PDP
E-portfolio changes Entries no longer have to be read to be sent to PDP Comments by Trainers are clearly flagged Educators Notes (Ed Sups & Trainers) Review form and Ed Sup form changes Downloads
Case Presentations This can be a presentation of a clinical case study, literature review, a research project, a discussion paper or notes review; such a presentation may have been given in a departmental setting or VTS group. Key points considered in the assessment of this work are: Discussion of how practice relates to the evidence base Demonstration of relevance to career in GP
OOHs 36 hours OOH experience (a balance of telephone triage, visits and OOH surgeries) per six months of GP Most Pennine GPSTs will have to do 96 hours OOH prior to the May summative Educational Supervision at the end of ST3. But those that have done a palliative care APE only have to do 72 hours!
Pennine Exit Course Day One Introduction & managing transition from GPST to GP How to get a job Life in portfolio careers Avoiding professional isolation Life as a salaried GP GMS vs PMS vs APMS Preparing for the informal visit Preparing for the job interview Day Two Mock interviews & debrief When things go wrong – LMC, BMA, MPS, GMC Navigating the first few months of your salaried post/partnership Financial planning Appraisal, revalidation & certification Career development – GPWSPI, Trainer, LMC, Appraiser, LTFTT, Returners & Retainers etc March 15 & 16 th - £250 GPS TO ACT AS INTERVIEWERS X3 AND NAVIGATING THE FIRST 2 YEARS X2 REQUIRED
IMGs In 2009 there are 527 GPSTs in the West and North & East (not including Northern Lincs ) Localities. Of these, 143 are International Medical Graduates = 27% Pennine figures are in line at 15/53 = 28%
IMGs – One of the challenges 2008 RCGP report details performance CSA fail rate for UK grads = 8.4% Non UK, Non EU fail rate = 46% AKT fail rate for UK grads = 9.3% Non UK, Nin EU fail rate = 28.9%
Key CSA domains CSA feedback statement IMG vs UK grads Does not develop a management plan 20% vs 9.6% Does not identify ICE or Cues 14.9% vs 5.1% Does not use explanations relevant or understandable to the patient 10.3% vs 3.1% No shared management plan 14.4% vs 5.2% Does not recognise the challenge 13.8% vs 6.3% Inappropriate doctor centeredness 10.2% vs 2.9%
Working in groups of four Using the IMG feedback sheet to gain a flavour of issues and reflect on the strengths, problems & challenges and how you utilised them/addressed them Write down your scenario and the key issues and your solutions Work as a group sharing scenarios and listing potential solutions Present your group work
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