Induction Resources for NEW GP Doctors in Training

ST1 Enhanced Induction

The Enhanced Induction for GPST1 overseas trainees take place virtually the month before you start your training. Presentation slides from an earlier session are below:

IMG Induction - Dr Rob Stokes

Linguistics in the UK

BMA GP Induction

Induction Reciprocal Mentoring

Life as a GPST

Welcome to General Practice

Welcoming and Valuing International Medical Graduates (IMGs)

ELFH International Graduates Guidance 


WPBA (Workplace Based Assessment) can seem hard to navigate and keep up with at the start of GP Specialty Training.

Here is our guided tour on getting started early, prior to your ST1 induction:

Pre-induction video from Catherine Morgan on Vimeo.


Our Northwest GPSTs share some advice and top tips to help you get ahead with the Trainee e-portfolio and pass your WPBA.

2021 WPBA NW GP Specialty Trainees from Anne Hawkridge on Vimeo.


'What do you wish you’d known as a GP Trainee?’

GP trainee Dr Zoe Brown asked GPs at various stages of their career what they wish they had known when they were undertaking GP training. The responses provide some useful tips and advice for other trainees.

Click below to read the full article

What do you wish you'd known as a GP Trainee by Zoe Brown


Virtual Primary Care

During your GPST1 year you will be eligible for access to the Virtual Primary Care platform. Virtual Primary Care is an exciting new resource consisting of 150 diverse, real life primary care consultations videos covering a wide range of clinical topics.  

Every consultation on this searchable database has been tagged for clinical and educational content and is accompanied by a brief summary, associated learning points, references and suggested student activities.

Please view the Virtual Primary Care poster for further information or email

Patient Information Videos

Sarah Malbon-Harris , an ST3 trainee in the North West Deanery has created the below Patient Information Videos as part of a Quality Improvement Project that she has gratefully allowed to be shared with a wider audience.

Please review the below videos and feel free to share with patients more widely regarding exercising.



Further Resources for GPST Trainees will follow in due course

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