The GP curriculum is continually updated to reflect changes which have occurred since it was introduced in 2007. Previous versions can be downloaded from this page - however it is important that trainees base their learning on the current curriculum as this is the version on which their assessments will be based.
Go to the current version of the curriculum
Being a GP
General practice consultation
2 General practice consultation (2011) [PDF]
Personal and professional responsibilities
In 2012 the sections on the GP consultation, personal and professional responsibilities, and management were replaced by four new statements:
2.01 The GP consultation in practice (2013) [PDF]
2.02 Patient safety and quality of care (2013) [PDF]
2.03 The GP in the wider professional environment (2013) [PDF]
2.04 Enhancing professional knowledge (2013) [PDF]
3.02 Genetics in primary care (2013)[PDF]
3.03 Care of acutely ill people (2013) [PDF]
3.04 Care of children and young people (2013) [PDF]
3.05 Care of older adults (2013) [PDF]
3.06 Women's health (2013) [PDF]
3.08 Sexual health (2013) [PDF]
In 2012 'Care of people with cancer and palliative care' was revised and renamed 'End-of-life care'.
3.09 End-of-life care (2013) [PDF]
3.10 Care of people with mental health problems (2013) [PDF]
3.12 Cardiovascular health (2013) [PDF]
3.13 Digestive health (2013) [PDF]
3.14 Care of people who misuse drugs and alcohol (2013) [PDF]
3.15 Care of people with ENT, oral and facial problems (2013) [PDF]
3.16 Care of people with eye problems (2013) [PDF]
3.18 Care of people with neurological problems (2013) [PDF]
3.19 Respiratory health (2013) [PDF]
Information about previous changes
For detailed information about the changes, including track-change copies of the statements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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