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THE E-PORTFOLIO

common medical con- csaEngagement with the e-portfolio is part of Work Based Place Assessment and is regularly assessed by your Educational Supervisor and GP Trainer. It is your responsibility to keep keep it up to date. ARCP panels which decide whether you may progress in your training review your e-portfolio at least once a year

e-Portfolio & the Curriculum

How to log onto your e-portfolio (click)

YouTube demonstration of the 14Fish e-portfolio (click)

The assessments explained (click)

YouTube demonstration of how to request a CBD or Mini-CEX from your Clinical Supervisor in 14Fish (click)

YouTube explanation of how to write a learning log entry in 14Fish (click)

More information on creating learning logs (click)

What must I do by when (click)

How to write a reflective entry - a useful YouTube clip

RCGP guide to good log entries - a brief guide from the RCGP

SMART PDP entries
You are expected to log > 2 PDP entries per year (at least 1 will be generated at each of your Educational Supervision meetings in December and May). They should identify important broad learning needs which require a range of actions to address them. The SMART model was developed by psychologists as a tool to help people set and reach their goals. It’s a simple approach that lends itself to creating good PDP entries in your e-portfolio.

PDP guidance for GPSTs, Trainers and Educational Supervisors

The GP curriculum What you are expected to know - great preparation for AKT, CSA and life after GP Training 

 

Don't forget personal indeminity cover in your hospital posts

Your employing Trust provides cover for clinical negligence problems arising during your work within your training programme. That cover does NOT extend to advising you with disciplinary issues,  dealing with referrals to the General Medical Council, providing personal representation at a Coroner’s inquest if needed, and the multitude of other things that can go wrong unexpectedly.  Like any other kind of insurance, seeking retrospective cover is not an option. Please also be aware that Trust legal representatives will be acting to limit the liability to the organisation, your medical reputation will not be a primary concern. However a Defence Society will be acting on YOUR behalf and seeking, where appropriate, to highlight any organisational issues that may have contributed to the incident you were involved with. 

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