Organisations (Training Resources)

» York Local Medical Committee

YOR Local Medical Committee Ltd (YORLMC) is the brand name for the organisation which, through its North Yorkshire and Bradford branches, carries out the majority of work formerly undertaken by North Yorkshire and Bradford & Airedale LMCs. It is the professional voice for all NHS GPs and practice teams across North Yorkshire and the City of York and Bradford, Airedale, Wharfedale & Craven. It is funded through a practice based levy and this covers all GPs whatever their status, therefore GP Registrars have the opportunity to be represented through YORLMC Ltd.

<a href=“https://www.yorlmcltd.co.uk/pastoralservices”>Pastoral support</a> is a significant area of work undertaken by YORLMC and GP Registrars are able to access this should they find themselves in need of personal and confidential support. For contact details see here <a href=“https://www.yorlmcltd.co.uk/contactus”></a>

YORLMC’s website also has a dedicated section for GP Registrars/Early Years GP which includes information about your locally elected LMC representatives. Here you can also access regular updates from the GP trainees subcommittee which is part of the BMA’s general practitioners committee (GPC UK) and which provides national representation for all doctors on a GP training programme.

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» NAPCE - National Association of Primary Care Educators

The National Association of Primary Care Educators has a network of expert educationalists across the country. They have a valuable role in mentoring, teaching and facilitating continued professional development for Primary Care Educators around the UK.  Take a look at their website and see what benefits they might have for you. Culminating in the annual residential conference which rotates around the UK deaneries.

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» UKAPD - UK Association of Programme Directors

The UKAPD is the only national body representing the views of Programme Directors in Britain and has been in existence since 1984. The first National conference was held in 1985 when it was agreed by delegates that the primary aim of ACO (Association of Course Organisers as it was then known) was educational. Since then the UKAPD has continued to thrive and now has 400 members nationwide. The ACO linked Journal of Education in Primary Care (published bi-monthly by Radcliffe Medical Press) continues to provide relevant and stimulating articles and resources for all Primary Care Educators.

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» UKAPD - UK Association of Programme Directors

The UKAPD is the only national body representing the views of Programme Directors in Britain and has been in existence since 1984. The first National conference was held in 1985 when it was agreed by delegates that the primary aim of ACO (Association of Course Organisers as it was then known) was educational. Since then the UKAPD has continued to thrive and now has 400 members nationwide. The ACO linked Journal of Education in Primary Care (published bi-monthly by Radcliffe Medical Press) continues to provide relevant and stimulating articles and resources for all Primary Care Educators.

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» UKAPD - UK Association of Programme Directors

The UKAPD is the only national body representing the views of Programme Directors in Britain and has been in existence since 1984. The first National conference was held in 1985 when it was agreed by delegates that the primary aim of ACO (Association of Course Organisers as it was then known) was educational. Since then the UKAPD has continued to thrive and now has 400 members nationwide. The ACO linked Journal of Education in Primary Care (published bi-monthly by Radcliffe Medical Press) continues to provide relevant and stimulating articles and resources for all Primary Care Educators.

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» Royal College of GPs (Yorkshire Faculty Site)

• Listing local faculty courses many of which are orientated to making your working life easier.  Yorkshire RCGP faculty is growing and people are finding it more and more useful.  This not only includes GPs, but trainees too (referred to as AITs).  Take a look and see what they can do for you.

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» Royal College of GPs

The RCGP is the professional membership body for family doctors in the UK and abroad. We are committed to improving patient care, clinical standards and GP training.

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