Authors: Joe Rosenthal, Robert K McKinley, Chris Smyth, John Campbell
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We are really pleased that teaching, training and educational research are so well represented at this year’s conference. Primary care educational research is clearly gaining in sophistication, strength and impact, with positive developments in terms of multi-institution work and collaborative focus on common goals. For example, research on the importance of authenticity and continuity in medical education and the role of medical schools in enhancing recruitment. This new vigour has in no small part been spearheaded by the enthusiasm and commitment of the Heads of Teaching at all UK m
The Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC) and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) have collaborated to produce, for the first time, national guidance on the design and delivery of general practice learning and teaching in UK medical schools.
The heads of teaching of general practice and primary care in medical schools in the UK and Ireland