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Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Job Summary

The majority of the time is spent in out-patients clinics which are a great opportunity for learning.

The team is also responsible for the care of a small number of dermatology inpatients.

There are daily minor operations lists which give you the opportunity to learn practical skills.

Time is allocated in the rota for administration.

GP trainees also take part in the general medical on call rota covering the Churchill Hospital.

Location(s)

The Churchill Hospital, Oxford (mainly), the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford (Friday paediatric clinic) and the Horton General Hospital, Banbury (Mondays).

Shift pattern (lates/nights/weekends etc)

1 Long day per week. 

1 Week of nights in approximately 4 months. 

2 Weekends in approximately 4 months

On call evenings - cover renal and Sobell hospice
On call nights - cover renal and Sobell hospice

Top tips for extra opportunities (e.g. teaching / skills )

Many opportunities for learning through consultant teaching in clinics.

Minor surgery skills.

Teaching 2-3 times each week focused on trainee learning.  Including Tuesday morning 8am tutorials and Tuesday afternoon meetings and presentations.

Highlights

Excellent consultants, very willing to teach.

Lots of clinical experience very relevant to general practice.

Very organised department

Challenges

Dermatology is very specialised so starting as a trainee with no previous experience can be challenging with a steep learning curve initially.

The details are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.

 
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