Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Psychiatry Component of Grampian GP Training Receives Recognition

The psychiatry component of the Grampian GP Specialty Training scheme has received recognition of its consistently positive feedback in the annual GMC trainee survey.  We take the results of this survey very seriously, it is an important opportunity for our trainees to let us know how we are doing so it's great to receive this very positive message from our trainees.

"Richard Coleman
Director of Medical Education
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
AB25 3ZN

Dear Dr Coleman,

Recognition of important, positive feedback from doctors in training about the quality of training and the training environment in Psychiatry posts in Royal Cornhill Hospital, NHS Grampian.

Following the Scotland Deanery GP, Public Health & Occupational Medicine Quality Review Panel that was held on 17 August 2016, I write on behalf of the GP PH OM Quality Management Group to congratulate you and the trainers associated with GP training in Psychiatry in Royal Cornhill Hospital, on the very positive feedback that trainees have provided on their experience of training.

The feedback that we have been particularly impressed with relates to:

NTS - Quadruple green in consecutive yearly data.
NTS – 4 or more green flags in a single year and absence of red flags.

We appreciate your leadership of training for your Health Board, but also recognise the valuable contribution made by your trainers, and we are delighted to be able share our awareness of the positive feedback that we have received about the training you provide.

Yours sincerely

 Professor Moya Kelly
Lead Dean – Director

GP PH OM Quality Management Group"

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