If a concern is raised

There are several ways in which a concern might be raised about medical education and training:

  • evidence arising from our visits to medical schools or deaneries / local education and training boards (LETBs)
  • themes emerging from our national training surveys
  • the annual reports provided to us by the medical schools, medical royal colleges and faculties, and deaneries and LETBs
  • information from deanery quality checks
  • information from other bodies and stakeholders, such as employers, colleges and faculties, Strategic Health Authorities (SHAs), NHS
  • Education Scotland (NES), Directors of Medical Education (DMEs), the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) and other healthcare regulators such as the Care Quality Commission, NHS Quality Improvement Scotland, Healthcare Inspectorate Wales, or the Regulation and Improvement Authority
  • concerns raised by medical students, trainees, trainers or others in the training community
  • concerns raised by patients and/or the public.

If you want to raise a concern

You can report concerns about medical education and training to us at [email protected].

For further information see Raising a concern - frequently asked question 



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