The Sound of the Student & Trainee Voice

The Francis Inquiry and the Berwick Review detail the vital importance of listening to the voice of those in training when providing feedback on patient experiences and the standards of care provided.


Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex want to hear from you about your experiences so we can feed this into improving patient care and improving the training and education for students and trainees.


Start Time/Date: 
05/11/2013 - 09:30 - 16:30
The Hawth Theatre
Hawth Avenue
RH10 6YZ
United Kingdom

The GP Retention Scheme

GP Retention Scheme

The GP Retention Scheme is a package of financial and educational support to help doctors, who might otherwise leave the profession, remain in clinical general practice.

The GP Retention Scheme replaces the Retained Doctors Scheme 2016. The scheme continues to be managed jointly by the local offices of Health Education England (HEE) (through the designated HEE RGP Scheme Lead) and NHS England.


About the scheme

Primary Care Workforce Resilience Service (Mentoring)

Mentoring Matters!

The Primary Care Workforce Resilience Service is an important source of educational support for colleagues (Practice Managers/Practice Nurses/GPs) in General Practice. There has been a GP mentoring scheme in Kent, Surrey and Sussex since 1995 which has developed into the Primary Care Workforce Resilience Service in 2017.

Specialty Registrar Feedback on Training Placements

Specialty Registrar Feedback Survey

Health Education England working across Kent, Surrey & Sussex (HEE KSS) GP School places very great importance on the feedback it receives from our trainees about the placements that they have experienced.

This feedback is essential to the development of our GP Trainers and Educational and Clinical Supervisors, both in hospital and in general practice, and to the training placements.

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