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Our goal is to train talented, flexible, committed and independent primary care practitioners who will make a positive difference to the health of our population in Yorkshire and the Humber
The GP school in Yorkshire and the Humber is committed to taking action to address inequalities and discrimination, whether they relate to issues of gender, sexuality, race, disability or any other characteristic. We stand against racism. We are committed to and engaged in an action plan to raise awareness of racial inequalities and racism and to address these in GP training. We will do everything we can to improve the training experience and outcomes for trainees from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
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Health and Wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic
Taking care of your health and wellbeing is so important that we have created a whole page of ideas and resources to help you cope better in such extraordinary and challenging times.