Survival Guide to the GPST / GPVTS Selection Centre (GP Recruitment Stage 3)

Survival Guide to the GPST / GPVTS Selection Centre (GP Recruitment Stage 3) : Role Plays, Group Discussions, Prioritisation Questions

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This is a unique book dealing with all aspect of the GPST / GPVTS selection centre (Stage 3). The book includes comprehensive descriptions, techniques and tips to succeed in all main stations, including role play, group discussions and the written prioritisation exam. The book also includes a wide range of practice exercises, with detailed explanations and suggested approaches and answers. Written by someone who has experienced the process herself and has first hand experience of the system from a clinical and a communication perspective, this GPST survival guide provides a unique insight into the requirements for entry into General Practice training and will optimise the chances of success of all candidates.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 278 pages
  • 135 x 207 x 19mm | 442g
  • ISC Medical
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 1905812140
  • 9781905812141
  • 929,961

Table of contents

Introduction, About the Author, The Selection Centre, Set-up and Practical Advice, Assessment Criteria. Section 1.The Simulated Patient / Role Play - Section 2. Role play Practice Scenarios - Section 3. Group Discussions - Section 4. Group Discussion. Practice Scenarios - Section 5. Task Prioritisation Written Exercise - Section 6. Task Prioritisation Practice Exercises - Section 7. Final Words and Summaries.

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About Gail Allsopp

Gail Allsopp graduated from Birmingham Medical School in 1997 and following initial basic surgical training chose to opt for interventional radiology specialist registrar training. With a once in a lifetime opportunity to attend the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, she left medicine to train and work as a professional actress. By combining her medical knowledge and interpersonal acting skills she developed a career as a medical communications specialist working with all levels of medical and allied medical personnel. This led to communication skills teaching for a wide variety of professionals including government agencies and lawyers. She returned to medicine and specialised in General Practice to combine the face to face patient interaction with communication skills teaching and development. She is also a trainer for ISC Medical, specialising in courses for entry into GP Specialist Training (GPST).

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