Training & Research
The practice has been a training practice for GP registrars since 2003, successfully passing several quality assessments to achieve this. GP Registrars are qualified doctors fully registered with the GMC who are completing their specialist training before becoming fully qualified GPs.
We also provide training for medical students, and other health professionals including: nurse practitioners, paramedic practitioner, and physicians associate.
All colleagues in training are closely supervised by an experienced GP who is available to them at all times.
Occasionally, trainees need to be assessed through video and you may be asked if you would kindly participate.
Research Ready® is a quality programme aimed for research-active UK GP practices and it provides information, support and guidance to the whole practice team to engage with research in Primary Care.
Research isn’t all about new drugs and odd tests! You could help by simply filling in a questionnaire or telling your story to researchers. There are different ways for you to be involved in research that can vary from helping to develop research questions, applying for funding and ethical approval, sitting on advisory groups, carrying out the research and disseminating the research findings.
Research and any related data is covered under the practices patient privacy notice.