We will break down our SCA course, study day and coaching programme in this article. We'll share a pre-registration box at the bottom of this article - make sure to register if you’d like an update with our official launch and free study day dates!
Anchoring is a cognitive bias whereby an individual depends too heavily on the initial information when making decisions. An excellent example of this would be red flags symptoms referred to the hospital on a two-week basis. It’s fair to say that there is reassurance from referring to the cancer fast track clinics. However, one of the things that I’ve realised is that when a specific cancer is excluded, the patient is often referred back to primary care. Is that enough to say that the patient could not have cancer at an alternative site? Similarly, a patient has an acute issue and has an ED or speciality assessment. Is it enough for me to say that it’s been adequately excluded?
If you’ve found yourself looking at this blog post, you’re either a GP trainee who wants to know more about a GP trainees salary or a future GP trainee wishing to know how much you will earn from your GP ST1 to ST3 years.
The Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP) is a postgraduate qualification managed by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). The MRCGP contains three components, and you must achieve your MRCGP qualification to proceed in your career as a General Practitioner.