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A Virtual Introduction to General Practice – A Virtual Induction To General Practice
The Virtual Induction to General Practice has been produced to help support a wide range of learners that we support from work experience to medical students. The document has many embedded document and videos which offers the learners insight into how a general practice operates and also the career opportunities that are offered (and much more information).
We hope that this virtual induction will help those who are interested find all the information they may need to take a work experience placement within the General Practice environment, and for those who have chosen to study or work within primary care, there are many additional resources to further your learning and career.
GatewayC.Org.Uk – Is an online cancer education platform developed for GPs, practice nurses, GPs in training, health care assistants, physician associates
and other primary care professionals across England.
GatewayC is a free online cancer education platform developed for primary care professionals, aiming to improve cancer outcomes by facilitating earlier diagnosis and improving patient experience. The platform is fully funded by Health Education England and assists users to confidently identify, refer and support patients with symptoms on a suspected cancer pathway.
Governance Framework for Training and Education in Primary Care– The overarching objective of this framework is to support with the growth and development of the primary care workforce in collaboration with the Cheshire & Merseyside Training Hub whose aim is to; create an engaged and empowered workforce, establish career pathways in all parts of the system and to become a more attractive career choice. It sets out the expectations for each of the roles in both skills and educational requirements which will assist with workforce planning and educational commissioning. It will enable practitioners to plan and develop careers and will assist employers in identifying the skills and education required to provide high-quality care. In order to ensure that primary care can continue to meet the challenge of growing a workforce fit for both practice and purpose, increasing the capacity and capability of all employees is essential.