The curriculum statements
You can download the current GMC approved version of the curriculum below.
1 Core curriculum statement
The core curriculum statement provides a full description of the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours required of a GP in managing patients and their problems.
2 Professional & Clinical Modules
The professional and clinical modules will help you to understand important areas of general practice by illustrating the key learning points with case scenarios, reflective questions, and advice for learning and teaching. They also contain guides on the specific skills required for each area of practice.
The Professional Modules (2.01 – 2.04) cover important professional areas of practice such as consulting, patient safety, leadership, quality improvement and self-directed learning.
The Clinical Modules (3.01 – 3.21) illustrate some of the areas of clinical practice you will encounter as a GP. These modules are intended as examples and should not be viewed as a complete list of every topic you will need to learn as a GP.
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