Presentation on theme: "Bradford STS for GP. HDR more about skills and attitudes than knowledge Mixture of methods to suit different learning styles Maximise opportunities for."— Presentation transcript:
HDR more about skills and attitudes than knowledge Mixture of methods to suit different learning styles Maximise opportunities for group learning and support Some sessions in year groups (starting Mar 29, after CSA results)
Different for hospital and GP posts Hospital posts – expected to attend the equivalent of 70% of HDR attendance, made up of HDR and modular sessions (comes to 16 half days or 56 hours) GP posts – expected to attend every week unless on approved leave – likely to add up to about 80% You must attach a record of HDR attendance to your EP Sofya records attendance and will email you about your record
HDR attendance is part of your paid job The lowest paid ST1 GP trainee gets about £83 for a Tuesday afternoon – many get more A low paid worker would take 14 hours (nearly 2 days) to earn that Your wage is paid from their taxes How would your low paid person feel about this? If you want to do another educational activity instead of coming to HDR, discuss it with TPD If youve made an appt with the plumber, you should take ½ days annual leave You are not a student in a placement – you are an employee doing a job
Working with colleagues and in teams – what does your non attendance mean to your teachers and to your fellow group members? Bunking off is rude. Maintaining performance, learning and teaching – are you quite sure that the session you miss is of no educational value to you, and/or doesnt offer an opportunity to learn about teaching others? Bunking off is short-sighted. Fitness to practise – attendance is part of your contract. Bunking off is dishonest.