Today I will tell you about: GMC’s use of social media Developments in Education and Standards and how you can get involved QA of med schl Role in training Using our QA to choose your training Student e-newsletter Interactive websites
Looking to increase use of social media Presentation tweeted if want to comment (hashtag is ?) ? Will take photos from back of room so no-one can recognise you, and tweet
Specific outcomes for students and schools
The Trainee Doctor - March 2011 .
The ‘QIF’! Last cycle - Autumn 2011 quality assurance reports on website
QA reports page on website
Good Medical Practice (GMP) - core guidance/bible KEY MESSAGE - Informs everything . Inc undergraduate curriculum, Foundation and Reval. Says ask senior colleagues ! Sometimes there is a culture of not asking for help and advice. Would you give your email address to a patient? Should you have a public profile on Twitter/Facebook? Do you identify yourself on social media as a doctor? If so, should that change what you say? Are you aware of how things you write could be interpreted by people that don't know you? BUT are you also aware of the benefits of social media? Have you met/followed some of the interesting doctors and organisations that used SoMe? Have you joined in the #ukmeded or #nhssm web chats? New version of GMP in March
Leadership and management for all doctors Raising and acting on concerns about patient safety Child protection Review of health and disability in medical education and training Guidance for GMC Case Examiners when investigating allegations that a doctor has been involved in assisting suicide recently launched – on website Guidance on prescribing recently launched – on website All on our website AND MOBILE WEBSITE - www.gmc-uk.org/mobile
Structured patient feedback once in cycle – surveys (in Scotland – independent body)
Interactive website to help you think about behaviours The site contains a spot the mistake cartoon strip, a quiz and 4 scenarios On our website AND MOBILE WEBSITE - www.gmc-uk.org/mobile
New more interactive version soon in 2013 Groups to have a go before/after ID check On our website AND MOBILE WEBSITE - www.gmc-uk.org/mobile Appearance will change with new version after 22 April.
Dec 2012 edition: History of body snatching for dissection in the 18 th and early 19 th centuries Review of postgraduate medical training (SHAPE) An introduction to our local teams in Scotland, Wales, NI and the English regions and how we can help Please sign up – iPads (? To assist) Using a personal email address will allow you to continue to receive after grad
GMC News: Pre-reg presentation at University of Edinburgh Medical School
And here is the news…Andrew HarrisHead of Scottish Affairs
Social MediaJoin us on: Twitter (twitter.com/gmcuk) Facebook (on.fb.me/gmc_uk) LinkedIn (linkd.in/gmcuk)
The GMC’s role in medical educationTomorrow’s Doctors Sets the standards and outcomes for undergraduate medical education.
The GMC’s role in medical trainingThe Trainee Doctor Sets the standards for foundation and specialty, including GP training Includes the standards for deaneries Outcomes for F1 structured under 7 headings in GMP
Quality Improvement Framework Annual reports from medical schools and deaneries Quality assurance visits to schools and deaneries Deanery trainee and trainer surveys
Good Medical Practice The duties of a doctor Good clinical care Maintaining good medical practice Teaching and training, appraising and assessing Relationships with patients Working with colleagues Probity Health
Revalidation: ‘What?’ 5 year cycle Began December 2012 Random selection in Scotland Recommendation from a ‘Responsible Officer’ All currently fully registered doctors revalidated by 2016 Students and F1’s: 5 years after full registration
Revalidation: ‘Contents’Annual Appraisals CPD Significant events Quality improvement Activity 360 feedback from colleagues Complaints and complimentsPlus Structured patient feedback