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The results are now available to view on the GMC
Oxford Deanery had a very high response rate this year; 96%.
The purpose of the survey will be to assess the effectiveness
of, and the perceptions of postgraduate medical education and
training. The output will provide analysis and reporting to assist
Deaneries, Royal Colleges and local education providers to improve
the quality of training. Informed decisions can be made regarding
issues arising, managing change, and the future direction of doctor
education in the UK.
Within the Deanery we view the survey response as a professional
requirement of a doctors training which needs to be completed as
part of the training contract.
If you are a Deanery trainee and need to complete the survey,
please kindly note the following:
produced a powerpoint presentation which you may
find helpful. It sets out the background to the survey, what the
results will tell us, and covering how to take part. They have also
produced a news story with key survey information:
All survey results are anonymous, but the Deanery Quality Team
here do review each and every conclusion and analyse all issues in
conjunction with each Head of School and Director of Medical
Education/Trust Education Lead. The survey data forms an important
part of the overall quality information for each post and in turn
the quality of your training, and we thank you for taking the time
to complete it.
The survey results will be available on the
website by August and the
Deanery will send you a link and further information on how to
access these results once available.
Please note that there will be no
Trainer Survey in 2012.
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