The Rough Guide and Curriculum should answer most of your questions. You can also refer to the GMC website for guidance on registration, the UKFPO website for information on national policy and the medical careers website for careers advice. If you have questions that are specific to your personal situation and which are not answered in our Foundation FAQ then you should check our "Who can help me?" page.

Foundation Training in General Practice

If you have a rotation in General Practice, download the guide from this page to learn more about how this works.

Trainee Representatives

Trainee representation is a key element in the development and monitoring of the Foundation Programme, and representatives play a valuable role in providing feedback and helping shape new initiatives. Please see the Trainee Representative Role document below for further information.

 

Key Dates
ImageFY1

The first Tuesday of August is the official start date of FY1.

The mandatory Preparation for Professional Practice week starts one week prior to this and your employing Trust will send you full details. 

FY2

The first Wednesday of August is the official start date of F2.

 

Study Leave

Please refer to the PDF document  'Guidance for Study leave for Foundation Programme Doctors in the East of England' in the document download section below. 

 

 

Foundation Hub Events!

One of our three key themes for foundation training in the East of England is Excellence in
Education. We are aspiring to create a focussed, delivered educational programme of 60-90 hours
per year for each trainee that covers the curriculum and is also inspiring.

This will be delivered through a mixture of local taught programmes as generic training, and also the
mandated simulation delivered sessions and now we are pleased to add our new sub-regional or
Hub delivered training events. Please see our Hub trainee guide in the document download section at the bottom of the page for more information

Careers Support
Your Educational Supervisor can offer you careers support throughout your training; and they will direct you to your Trust's Careers Lead if needed. You may also wish to browse the following sites:

NHS PSU Career Resources

Planning Your Medical Career: A Practical Guide

NHS Medical Careers

Career Planning Support at medicalforum.com

HEE Specialty Training Applicants' Handbook

The Careers Support Form is attached below.

Preparation for Professional Practice (PFPP)

Preparation for Professional Practice is a mandatory induction period which takes place just before your F1 programme starts. Therefore you mustn't take leave in the last week of July or the first week of August.

 

Timetables and start dates for PFPP will vary between Trusts so please contact your new employer for further information.

Meet the EOE Trainee Representatives
Name Grade School Trust Contact 
Danyal Khan F1 AFP Cambridge scheme EAFS QEHKL

dzkhan94@gmail.com

Mary Sedarous F1 AFP NNUH Scheme EAFS NNUH 

sedarous.mary@gmail.com

Madeleine Stokes F1 EAFS WSH 

m.stokes@doctors.org.uk

Henry Atkinson F1 EAFS JPUH

henry@atkinson.uk.com

Andrea Diallo F1 EBHFS PAH  andrea.diallo@pah.nhs.uk
Roshni Bhudia F1 EBHFS E&N Herts roshnibhudia@gmail.com
Shoaib Hussain  F1 EBHFS Basildon  shoaibhussain@doctors.org.uk
Alex Brown  F2 EAFS Addenbrookes alexpybrown@gmail.com
Rui Lopes F2 EBHFS Broomfield plopes.rui@gmail.com
Dana Sochorova  F2 EBHFS Colchester  dana.sochorova@email.cz
Jack Haywood  F2 EBHFS E&N Herts jack.haywood@doctors.org.uk
Devina Maru  F2 EBHFS E&N Herts dmaru@doctors.org.uk
Zainab Bazeer F2     zainabbazeer@doctors.org.uk

 

 

 

SCRIPT

            

This is an eLearning programme designed to improve your prescribing competency.

SCRIPT is fully integrated in the HEEEoE programme for both EAFS and EBH.  you are required to complete a minimum of 6 mandatory modules per year. These mandatory modules will be part of the checklist for your ARCP at the end of each year.

Please download the SCRIPT guidance document for full information.

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