GP ST3 Education usually takes place in Seminar Room 1 at the Education Centre. Until further notice, all sessions will be delivered remotely using Zoom or MS Teams. Links to join sessions will be sent in advance each week. All Bolton trainees and trainers are welcome to attend by using the link, but for other guests please ask first as we will be using the Waiting Room feature to limit access to verified attendees only.
Sessions are subject to change based on speaker availability and pandemic-level changes.
You should recieve an email with the joining instructions for that week’s session – if you haven’t, please contact us at email@example.com or complete the online form so that we can amend our distribution lists.
August 2020 – February 2021
Sessions marked with a “*” are particularly suitable for GPST3s who commenced in February 2020 and/or are LTFT and out of sync with the traditional August-August rotations.
From 1530-1700 on teaching days, we would encourage trainees to spend time keeping their portfolio up to date.
|in practice||Pre-ST3 session 1*|
|in practice||Pre-ST3 session 2*|
|in practice||Pre-ST3 session 3*|
|Introductions* E-Portfolio*||Portfolio Reflections & RCA Planning*|
|CSC: Consultation Models*|
session handout below
|CSC: Remote Consultation & Examination*|
|CSC: Consultations with Facilitators||NHS Organisation & Prescribing Effectively* (Jole Hannan Bolton CCG)|
|How to Approach the RCA (Dr Ian Hamer, RCGP Examiner)||Bolton CCG GP Teaching:|
|Changing Patient Behaviour*|
|RCA Examiner – Critique & Benchmarking|
|with Kat & Seb*|
|28th Oct||AKT exam date||(or RCA practice or WBPA leadership/prescribing activity)|
|4th Nov||CSC: RCA Consultations with Facilitators||Bolton CCG GP Teaching*|
see joining instructions below
|11th Nov||CSC: Explanations||Behaviours Styles & Motivating Change*|
|18th Nov||Adult Safeguarding* (Dr Sarah Kiely, NHS Bolton CCG)||CSC: ICE & Psychosocial|
|25th Nov||Dermatology Study Day 1||Dermatology Study Day 2|
|2nd Dec||Actor Session|
|Bolton CCG GP Teaching*|
see joining instructions below
|9th Dec||PRiME GPST session 1* (University of Manchester)||CSC: Patient-Centred Management*|
|16th Dec||PRiME GPST session 2* (University of Manchester)||Career Options*|
|23rd Dec||Christmas||Self Study|
|30th Dec||New Year||Self Study|
|6th Jan||Leadership Activity/Prescribing Audit time in practice||Leadership Activity/Prescribing Audit time in practice|
|13th Jan||Child Safeguarding* |
(Dr Charlotte McKinnon NHS Bolton CCG)
|Mock RCA Examination|
|20th Jan||Practical Ethics*||SEA/Audit Project work|
CSC stands for “Consultation Skills Course”
NHS Bolton CCG GP/ANP Teaching events
To book a slot on the education session, please reply by email to: Bolccg.firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the following information in your email:
- Full name of attendee,
- Email address for MS teams invite to be sent to (use NHS mail if possible to allow use within practice)
We will provide a feedback form with the invite, following attending the training event please return this to email@example.com and a CPD certificate of attendance will be emailed to you.
To join a Teams meeting if it is not already installed
You can join a Teams meeting anytime, from any device, whether or not you have a Teams account. Go to the meeting invite and select Join Microsoft Teams Meeting. … That’ll open a web page, where you’ll see two choices: Download the Windows app and Join on the web instead.
Open the App store app on the iOS device, iPhone or iPad:
Then click search, and type in, Microsoft Teams: Once the search finds Teams and it is opened this is the screen that will allow you to download and install Teams.
On Android, use the Android’s method of locating an app in the Play Store. Search for “Microsoft Teams”. The icon for Teams should look like the one in the picture above. Tap the Download icon.
Julian Page; 23/09/2020
Changing Patient Behaviour
Julian Page 14/10/2020
Critique & Benchmarking
If you can, we’d love some feedback on the day: https://forms.gle/1SnsVpG335R3JeC98
Social Media Use and Adolescent Mental Health: Findings From the UK Millennium Cohort Study: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/eclinm/article/PIIS2589-5370(18)30060-9/fulltext
RCPsych College Report: Technology use and the mental health of children and young people; https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/docs/default-source/improving-care/better-mh-policy/college-reports/college-report-cr225.pdf
The Lead Employer (St Helen’s & Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust) offers health and wellbeing support that is confidential from your Trainer and the Education Team: https://sharedservices.sthk.nhs.uk/health-work-and-wellbeing/
The Practitioner Health Programme offers an excellent services designed by doctors for soctors with mental health and/or addiction problems. You don’t need to tell your GP or anyone else that you want to access the service, and can even use a false name if you prefer (all contact is via a PIN to maintain confidentiality). They are useful for when you start work as a GP, but also have a trainee-based service too. Access their website here: https://www.practitionerhealth.nhs.uk/
Dr Nirja can be found at: https://www.instagram.com/doctor_dancing/?hl=en
Finding Peace in a Frantic World, a guided meditation (a bit like eating a raisin, from the same authors): http://franticworld.com/beyond-chocolate
“Peaceful Warrior” clip – There is Never Nothing Going On: https://youtu.be/xtKT_lNNQgE
Mindfulness patient PDF: https://www.getselfhelp.co.uk/docs/Mindfulness.pdf
Excellent patient mental health resources at this very old-design style website: https://www.getselfhelp.co.uk/
The Social Dilemma (94min documentary): https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/81254224
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People; Steven Covey; ISBN: 9781471195204
How to Break Up with your Phone; Catherine Price; ISBN: 9781409182900