Good Practice Quality Panels
Quality Panels were introduced to the Peninsula in 2016. The aim of a Quality Panel is to provide improvement in the quality of postgraduate medical education. This will be achieved by an annual quality review of all the posts contained with the approved GMC training programme under assessment. The process involves an annual meeting of selected individuals involved in the training programme under discussion.
All Quality Panel reports are published on our website however we have created a space here to highlight any particular reports that demonstrate good practice.
Palliative Medicine [Click here]
The Palliative Medicine Quality Panel Report is highlighted here as an example of good practice. This is because not only are the posts rated as Excellent but individuals involved have demonstrated high participation in the process. Even where posts are rated as Excellent, the departments have come back to state where further improvements can be made to the trainee experience.
Ophthalmology [Click here]
The Ophthalmology Quality Panel Report is highlighted here as an example of good practice.