GP Registrars- Training

Dr Sharma& Partners is an accredited training practice.

This means that Foundation Year 2 (FY2) doctors and general practice specialist registrars work in the surgery.

Foundation Doctors work in our practice for four months at a time. They are recently qualified doctors who will consult, then discuss your case with one of the more experienced doctors. General Practice Specialist Registrars come to the practice as part of their training to work for up to twelve months towards the end of their specialist general practice training to gain further experience in general practice and take the GP membership examination.

The registrars are closely supervised by a GP Trainer ( Dr Sharma), and the trainer has had substantial training in order to be accredited for his role.

The Practice also has to meet a number of standards criteria to achieve Training Practice status. 

The trainees sometimes use video cameras during their consultations. This is for training purposes and the camera is focused on the doctor to assess their consultation skills. You will be asked for your written consent to allow us to film your consultation and full details will be given to you at the time, both before and after the consultation.


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