GMC’s National Training Survey 2021

The GMC’s national training survey is open until Tuesday 18 May.

It’s your chance to make your voice count and have your say on medical training. It takes around 15 minutes to complete on the GMC’s online portal.

Around 100,000 doctors – trainees and trainers – are being asked to participate in the survey. It’s held every year and is the largest annual insight into workplace education and training.

Questions cover areas including the quality of training; workloads and burnout; time available to deliver or receive training; access to break rooms and study spaces, and incivility and rudeness in the workplace. This year’s survey also includes questions about the impact of the pandemic.

The GMC will act on the results in its work with relevant organisations to safeguard the quality of training and to help training recover after the pandemic. That means that a wide variety of responses, across specialties and regions, is crucial.

Take part today or visit the GMC's national training survey page for more information about how your answers drive change.

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