GP Curriculum Centre

Healthcare Republic in partnership with GP newspaper has launched the GP Curriculum Centre - a unique online guide to the curriculum statements produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).

Photograph: iStockphoto
Photograph: iStockphoto

Within this resource, you will find a range of information and resources to help you meet the learning requirements of the RCGP curriculum, for the MRCGP exam, CPD and revalidation.

The curriculum is made up of a core curriculum and 31 interpretive statements. The core curriculum, Being a General Practitioner, describes the key attributes of a competent GP.

The interpretive statements describe examples of the core curriculum in practice - the GP consultation, the professional and managerial aspects of general practice, and the role of the GP in managing the care of special groups of people and clinical problems.

How to use this resource
All you need to do is visit our GP Curriculum Centre and click on one of the statements you are interested in. Our team of experts has put together a comprehensive list of key articles from all our medical publications and tools for each of the statements to support you in your use of the curriculum.

To make it as easy and clear as possible we have presented it as it appears in the curriculum map on the RCGP website, so each section corresponds to a statement.

In addition, on the right hand column, we have provided a list of useful links outside Healthcare Republic, as well as links to the relevant resources on the RCGP website.

Visit the GP Curriculum Centre

If you have any questions or feedback please email GPcurriculum@haymarket.com

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