Introduction to supervision in Primary Care for shift supervisors

For clinicians (doctors, nurses, AHPs) who are keen to get involved in supervision of learners, supporting their training and their Educators in practice.

Perhaps you have been asked by the trainer in your practice to supervise a GP or nurse learner clinic, or practical session/shift. Perhaps you are keen to discuss cases with learners or offer feedback on their performance. Or maybe you'd like to lead a tutorial.

A fully interactive, face-to-face one day course introducing important concepts in medical education including workplace supervision skills, feedback, assessment etc and enabling practice of these skills in a safe space.

This is not a course that leads to approval as an ‘Educator’ for sign off purposes, but aims to support those who are keen to start getting involved or develop their skills for supporting education in the workplace.

Please note that to become a GP trainer/Ed Sup the approved GP Supervisor Course is necessary. See website for details.

Date 12 September 2024, 09:00 – 17:00

Venue:  LG15 (S), NHS England, Wellington House, 133-155 Waterloo Road, London, SE1 8UG

Facilitators:  Dr Alex Kelly and Dr Mel Sayer

To book your place, please complete the booking form at the following link:

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