This page contains links to a variety of useful resources - if you have anything to add to the lists, please e-mail the site address to Linda.
Health Education Yorkshire and the Humber School of Primary Care - Here you will find the latest policies and procedures for GP training in South Yorkshire.
Royal College of General Practitioners - A useful link to find up-to-date information about certification, assessments and examinations, etc.
General Medical Council - Registers doctors to practise medicine and regulate all stages of doctors' training and professional development in the UK. Issues CCT on completion of training.
General Practice National Recruitment Office - The National Recruitment Office coordinates recruitment to general practice training throughout England. This website will help doctors who want to train for general practice identify the available opportunities and make informed judgements about where they wish to train.
National vacancy details, eligibility requirements, LETB/Deanery information plus the answers to your most frequently asked questions are available on this site which also serves as a gateway to individual LETB/Deanery and GPSTP websites.
Other GPSTP Websites
Bradford VTS - contains a wealth of useful information for both trainees and trainers
Pennine GP Training - also a very useful site for trainees and trainers
Below are some additional online resources which you may find useful:
DermIS - the largest dermatology information service available on the internet
Dermnet - provides authoritative information about skin diseases, conditions and treatment for patients and their health professionals.
doctors.net.uk - the largest and most active online professional network for all UK doctors
GP Notebook - medical information
HIV Drug Interactions - a clinically useful, reliable, comprehensive, up-to-date, evidence-based drug-drug interaction resource, freely available to healthcare workers, patients and researchers
Medscape - American database
Newborn physical screening - you need to register to do the eLearning module- there is a good video for the Barlow and Ortolani tests.
NICE CKS - provides primary care practitioners with a readily accessible summary of the current evidence base and practical guidance on best practice in respect of over 300 common and/or significant primary care presentations.
Onmedica - GP based practice - register free
PCUK - one-stop shop to help you find everything you need to support your patients in prostate cancer and benign prostate disease.
Green Book - complete current edition Immunisation against infectious disease
MDCalc - medical calculators
MIND - advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. Campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
MoodGym - Learn cognitive behaviour therapy skills for preventing and coping with depression
NHS Choices - offers a wide range of resources that can support health and care professional in their work with patients and clients
Patient.co.uk - useful to use during consultations
Sheffield Help Yourself - online directory of voluntary, community, faith sector, health & social care organisations in Sheffield
Sheffield Mental Health Guide - contains a wide range of information about mental health and the services that are available for people experiencing mental health difficulties in Sheffield.
Sheffield Persistent Pain - website put together by hospital consultants, GPs, physiotherapists, people living with persistent pain, volunteer organisations, and clinicians with a special interest in managing persistent pain.
TED talks - nonprofit organisation devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less)
Toxbase - toxicity data - need to register