These pages are for GP teachers. If you are interested in studying medicine at Bristol, please see details of our MB ChB Medicine course.
Year 3 consists of three units:
- Junior Medicine & Surgery
- MDEMO: Musculoskeletal Diseases, Emergency Medicine and Ophthalmology
- Pathology & Ethics
General practice based primary care teaching
Students have four half-day teaching sessions in general practice during Junior Medicine & Surgery and two half-day sessions sessions in MDEMO and Pathology & Ethics.
To develop and consolidate students' clinical skills and to foster professional attitudes towards patients and other team members.
In their general practice attachments students should have an opportunity:
- To practice and consolidate clinical skills (consultation skills, history taking, examination and formulation of diagnosis and management plans) through being observed consulting with patients with common clinical problems in a small group setting in general practice.
- To reflect on and appreciate the differences between diagnosis and management strategies in primary and secondary care.
- To evaluate their clinical experience by drawing on the teaching in the vertical themes of whole person medicine, ethics and communication skills.
- Year 3 GP Teacher Guidebook 2016-17 (PDF, 2,946kB)
- Year 3 Student guidebook 2016-17 (PDF, 1,701kB)
- Consultation and Procedural Skills (CAPS) The CAPS log book can be downloaded from this link. This log book lists the skills expected by the GMC in a newly qualified doctor.
- Student Concern Form (Office document, 61kB)
- Attendance Concern Form (Office document, 33kB)
- Year 3 Attendance & Payment form SH 2016-17 (PDF, 267kB)
- Year 3 Other teaching forms 2016-17 (PDF, 307kB)
- Year 2 and 3 workshop reports Workshop reports can be downloaded from this link