TRAINEE doctors are being asked to share their views on medical education for the GMC’s annual National Training Survey.
Questions ask about doctors’ opinions on their experience of training, allows them to share safety concerns and notes the socioeconomic backgrounds of trainees.
GMC chief executive Niall Dickson said: “We want the UK to provide world-class medical training to all doctors. This annual survey helps us find out what is really happening on the ground with training in hospital wards, operating theatres, GP surgeries and in the community.”
In 2013, more than 54,000 doctors in training responded to the survey with 80 per cent rating their training experience as either good or excellent.
The survey results are used to help improve the quality of UK medical education.
The survey is open to doctors in foundation and specialty training until May 8 on the GMC website