Visiting organisations which provide education and training

All of our visits aim to:

  1. (a) use time and resources appropriately so that the benefits of the process outweighs the burden of preparing for a visit.
  2. (b) recognise that the quality assurance and quality management of undergraduate and postgraduate medical education may look different.
  3. (c) take into account evidence from other organisations to identify risk and where possible reduce regulatory burden.
  4. (d) target areas for consideration where appropriate, spending less time examining areas that the evidence base shows are already meeting standards
  5. (e) communicate plans for visiting and themes for exploration at the earliest possible date.
  6. (f) gather evidence to show training pathways and processes are fair for all doctors. Organisations involved in the management of medical education and training are expected to demonstrate how they comply with legal obligations under equality legislation. For instance, we would normally expect organisations to collect and analyse equality and diversity data to monitor the impact of policies and processes, provide appropriate training and evidence will need to be in place to show how issues are being addressed.
  7. (g) be subject to continuous evaluation and improvement.
  8. (h) identify areas of good practice that can be shared more widely.
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