Information for GP teachers

Welcome to the teaching part of the CAPC website.

Join our teaching team!

There has never been a more exciting time to teach University of Bristol medical students in general practice. The medical school curriculum review, MB21, is placing increased emphasis on community teaching. GPs who get involved in training tomorrow's doctors find the experience rewarding and inspiring.

Email phc-teaching@bristol.ac.uk to join the team!

See what our GP teachers have to say about the benefits of teaching in the video below:


 New! - Teaching Plaque for YOUR Practice

 

Want to display your link with the University of Bristol in your practice?  Click here to download a copy to display in your practice.


Coming soon... Early Years Teaching Packages!

  • Love teaching?
  • Practice based in or around Bristol?
  • Interested in a weekly term-time teaching role on a Thursday with 1st and 2nd year medical students?
An Early Years Teaching Package could be for you! 
 
As a Gold Early Years Teacher, you would deliver 27 term-time teaching sessions on a Thursday morning or afternoon in your practice. As a Silver Early Years Teacher, you would deliver 14 term time teaching sessions on a Thursday morning or afternoon.
 
Keen to find out more? See our Teaching Packages page:
 
https://www.bristol.ac.uk/primaryhealthcare/teaching/teaching-packages/
 
Interested practices will be able to sign up via the BOS Survey in May.

Did you know:

  • over 150 practices across the region take University of Bristol medical students
  • 75% of GP registrars are more likely to apply for a salaried job that includes regular teaching as part of the job role
  • teaching improves morale amongst GPs and practice staff
  • teaching helps you stay up to date
  • we run a free CPD progamme for our teachers
  • you can keep up to date through our newsletters and by following us on Twitter @CAPCteaching
  • email phc-teaching@bristol.ac.uk to join the team

The opportunity to teach medical students was one of the main things that attracted me to a job at Pioneer Medical. This year I'm teaching 1st year medical students in practice. It really adds variety to the week and they bring a fresh perspective to my work. Patients seem to love having the students visit them at home.

Dr Polly Duncan, Bristol GP

They keep me on my toes clinically and never cease to fill me with optimism about the future of the profession amidst all the negativity. It's quality time discussing clinical issues with fellow professionals who haven't had time to get as cynical as me and my peers yet! How very refreshing and energising.

Dr Andrew Eaton, Somerset GP

See below to find out more about the teaching in each year

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