Teaching in General Practice
As a training practice, we continually have GP Registrars with us at AMP.
We regularly undertake the teaching of medical students / physicians assistants from various universities at our surgery.
Often, they will be observing consultations with the GP / Nurse.On some occasions, students will triage patients before their consultation with the GP. Here they will take a brief history and examine you if necessary. These will be under the supervision of your GP.
They are fully-qualified doctors who join the practice to complete their specialist general practice training and who will have already spent at least 3 years working in hospitals. They will often have more time to spend with you during your appointment. You may be asked if we can record/video your consultation for their training programme, however you do not have to agree to do this if asked.
Royal College of General Practitioners Letter of Thanks