GPSA’s collaborative review of the NTCER with GPRA is not just about an employment document, but the GP training sector as a whole. Please help us give voice to the solutions you have been percolating by completing this survey -
This report summarises the perspectives of GPSA members about their wellbeing and self-care experiences over the past 12 months. According to the survey, GP supervisors who feel well-supported in their workplace, avoid working when unwell, and practise self-care have lower levels of burnout and are more likely to remain in GP training for the next 5 years.
A suite of checklists, tools and templates have been developed by GPSA to guide you through the process of establishing and/or maintaining a quality GP Clinical learning Environment.