Teaching workshops are aimed at the needs of both new and experienced GP teachers. We cover topics from the undergraduate curriculum, practice teaching competencies and invite speakers to talk about their specialism and how they teach it. Our aim is to create, support and develop a community of skilled and enthusiastic GP teachers.

If you want to teach, email for information.


2016 New GP Teacher Workshop 19th April, 1.30-5pm

Canynge Hall, Whatley Rd, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2PS

This workshop is suitable for qualified GPs who are new to teaching or have done very little student teaching in the past. There will be an overview of current GP student teaching in Years 1-5 and the plans for MB21, the new Bristol curriculum. We will explore ‘good teaching’ and you will practice planning a teaching session and giving feedback. To book please email


2016 Workshop for GPs in Training

This workshop is intended for GPs in training who want to teach 3rd year medical students in their practice in the academic year 2016-17. This year we are offering the same workshop in 3 different locations.  This workshop will cover year 3 GP teaching, planning a Year 3 teaching session and giving feedback. GPs in training have been emailed with information.

   2nd June   1.30-5pm    Deanery Hse, Vantage Park, Bristol

  8th June    9.30-1.00pm        Academy, Yeovil District Hospital, Yeovil

14th June   9.30-1.00pm        Downsview Hse, Great Western Hospital Swindon

To book please email Please do not email your deanery or your academy regarding these workshops


Fit2Teach programme

Generic teaching workshops for undergraduate medical teachers, taking place in the Academies. If you are teaching Bristol medical students you can attend these workshops for free. Please note that you will need an NHS email address to book these courses. More info and how to book at



Got the teaching bug? Want to learn more about medical education? Take a look at the TLHP website (Teaching and Learning for Health Professionals)

TLHP also offers an ‘Essentials’ course which leads to associate membership of the HEA


GP Training

Want to become a GP Trainer? You can find more information here