Requirements for new tutors/teaching practices

Application process for practice-based teaching opportunities:

We welcome applications from GP practices that would like to undertake practice-based teaching for our Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London students. 

The first stage in the process is for the practice to complete and return an application form to become an accredited Barts and The London teaching practice.  

Our Community Based Medical Education team will then review the application and contact the practice to arrange a convenient time to visit. This practice visit is an opportunity for us to meet with the practice team and discuss teaching options, training, quality, and the practice site and resources etc, to make sure the practice is ready to start teaching.  

Please see below for an overview of the expectations for tutors and practices for undertaking practice-based teaching: 

Tutor Expectations 

Practice Expectations 

  • All new GP tutors should undertake our one-day NESTT course (in the absence of ITTPC) within 12 months of starting teaching
  • In planning student learning use module specific tutor guides 
  • Co-ordinate student induction into the practice including pre-placementstudent induction handout and welcoming and introducing the student to the practice.

  • Assess students and give specific and timely feedback to students
  • Inform unit leads early regarding any concerns about a student or student absence contact us
  • Regular review and action upon student feedback. The lead tutor will receive a link to JISC feedback which should be shared with all teachers
  • Complete GP tutor review which includes how you have changed practice in response to student feedback and peer conversations or observation you are engaging in (online questionnaire sent to practices in October)
  • Membership of defence organisation

  • Named lead GP tutor, responsible for teaching and feedback
  • Attend at least one departmental tutor training day per year - see training and events
  • Patient consent is mandatory
  • Inform department of any CQC or GMC reported issues
  • Completion of SLA (Service Level Agreement) 
  • Students should be provided with PC and internet access at the practice

  • Create induction pack for students
  • Appointment of an educational co-ordinator to administrate the student placement

If you have any queries please contact:

Esi Amankwah / Tel: 0207 882 8786  

Lynne Magorrian / Tel: 020 7882 2521

Last modified: Friday, 13 September 2019, 11:34 AM