|Topic||Cardiovascular and renal, Carers, Child health, Diabetes and metabolic problems, Drug and alcohol problems, End-of-life care, ENT, Eye problems, Genetics in primary care, Gut and liver problems, Health promotion and disease prevention, Learning disabilities, Mens health, Mental health, Minor surgery, Musculoskeletal rheumatology and trauma, Neurology, Older adults, Public health, Respiratory, Sexual health, Skin problems, Travel medicine, Urgent care, Womens health, Work and health, Academic medicine and research, Being a GP, Commissioning, Consulting skills, Patient safety|
|Audience||Foundation Doctor, GP, GP Trainee, GP Trainer or educator, Medical student, First5, Nurse, Pharmacist, Physician assistant, Practice manager, Practice nurse, Prison staff, Retired GP|
GP SelfTest is an online learning needs assessment tool for GPs at all career stages, which will help you to validate knowledge and identify areas for improvement with links for further study. It is an invaluable resource for AiTs preparing for their AKT assessment and is a useful resource for qualified GPs seeking to demonstrate ongoing competence for revalidation, and in pursuit of extended roles. The main features include:
- Over 2,000 multiple choice questions written and quality assured by GPs and AKT examiners
- Five different formats of tests to validate knowledge. These include: AKT timed mock exam, AKT untimed mock exam, curriculum wide learning needs assessment, topic-specific and lucky dip
- Extensive feedback and comprehensive links to further educational resources
Once you have completed a test, you will be able to print off a certificate to add to your appraisal folder.
A two week free trial is available to all members and AiTs.