Succeeding in Your GPST Bundle Pack: Professional Dilemmas P (BOK)
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Succeeding in the GP ST Stage 2 Book Description Situational Judgment Tests (SJTs) or Professional Dilemmas form a significant part of the GPST recruitment process and yet many doctors will not have experienced questions of this type under examination conditions. It is therefore essential that candidates sitting the GPST Stage 2 exam have a clear understanding of how to approach questions of this type as poor performance in this section will almost certainly result in not progressing to the Stage 3 selection day. This interactive book, which contains detailed guidance, and over 70 practice questions (including detailed explanations of all the answers), aims to help doctors prepare for and successfully complete their GPST Stage 2 exam. In this book, Nicole Corriette and Matt Green: Describe the context of Situational Judgement Tests within the GPST Stage 2 selection process Explore the various ethical principles that you must consider when answering these types of questions Set out how to approach the various question types you will be faced with Provide over 70 questions to put into practise everything that you learn Detailed explanations of the correct answers are also provided to aid your preparations This engaging, easy to use and comprehensive book is essential reading for anyone serious about excelling in their GPST Stage 2 examination and successfully progressing to Stage 3 of the GPST selection process. Succeeding in the GP ST Stage 3 Book Description Succeeding in the GPST Stage 3 Selection Centre is an indepth guide to help doctors fully prepare for the three different tasks that comprise this stage of the GPST Selection process. This up-to-date resource provides detailed explanation of the aims of each of the tasks you will be faced with, what they entail and the various principles that can be employed to increase your chances of success. In this book, which has been written by experts with first hand experience in this assessment, the following are addressed: Detailed description of the consultation, discussion and prioritisation tasks and how to approach them Cross reference to the person specification and markscheme - describing what the selectors are looking for, and the different ways to approach the tasks Ten practice scenarios for each of the three tasks to reinforce your learning together with detailed discussion of possible answers for each scenario Personal Perspectives - with tips from individuals who have successfully completed the selection process Discussion of the key concepts and terms that you will be faced with including amongst others significant event analysis and GP contracts. Written by GPs who have first-hand experience of the process, this guide is a must have resource for any doctor serious about succeeding in their application to the GPST training scheme.