3.7 Teaching, Mentoring and Clinical Supervision

This section of our curriculum guide refers to statement 3.6, Research and Academic Activity, produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).

The research undertaken in primary care enables GPs to test and improve clinical practice, and organise services to ensure the most effective care for their patients. The process of research, and implementing change as a result of the findings, involves whole teams and their patients, and requires a range of skills from GPs. Academic activity by GPs also comprises teaching and reflective practice, which are essential to the future of general practice as an academic specialty.

Here we have collated key articles from our journals to help you meet the curriculum requirements in this area.

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Being a GP with a special interest

Being a GP with a special interest

A special interest is good for your personal development, and there are lots of opportunities,...

Viewpoint: Current challenges in antibiotic prescribing

Viewpoint: Current challenges in antibiotic prescribing

Opposing tensions and priorities in antibiotic prescribing can leave prescribers...

Health education chiefs make 'desperate' push for new GPs
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Health education chiefs make 'desperate' push for new GPs

The unfolding GP recruitment crisis has prompted health education chiefs to launch...

Invest to save: encouraging self-care awareness in GPs

Invest to save: encouraging self-care awareness in GPs

Even with the best self-care policy, GPs can run into the problem of maintaining...

GP careers: Teaching undergraduate students
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GP careers: Teaching undergraduate students

There are now many opportunities to teach medical students in the community. Professor...

Data sharing: HIV status and confidentiality

Data sharing: HIV status and confidentiality

Dr William Ford-Young explains that confidentiality around HIV is still a concern...

Practice dilemma: A difficult patient wants to register with your practice
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Practice dilemma: A difficult patient wants to register with your practice

A patient with multiple health problems refuses to be seen by female or Asian doctors.

Career development: Taking on the role of GP appraiser

Career development: Taking on the role of GP appraiser

The challenges faced by GP appraisers and how to overcome them.

Career development: Becoming a GP trainer
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Career development: Becoming a GP trainer

A look at the benefits of becoming an educational supervisor.

Medico-legal: Patients who refuse to  co-operate

Medico-legal: Patients who refuse to co-operate

MDU medico-legal adviser Dr Sally Old considers five examples of patients who are...

How to write a focused PDP
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How to write a focused PDP

Producing a good PDP will help with your appraisal, advises Professor Rodger Charlton.

Consultation Skills - Problem solving skills

Consultation Skills - Problem solving skills

Use problem-solving skills to improve your GP consultations, writes Dr Peter Tate

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