GP Curriculum and Assessment Site. 

From here you can access all the latest information about the GP Curriculum and MRCGP, and access tools to support your use of the GP Curriculum

We have updated some of the GP Curriculum statements. You can find details on the Changes to the Curriculum page.

RCGP educational resources for GP training

From this page you can access a range of educational resources, including the RCGP curriculum map, e-GP, the self-assessment rating scale and other training resources.

Rhonda Patrick Diet and Supplements: What She Eats & Taken?

Dr Rhonda Patrick

When I was 46 I had a serious weight problem. I weighed 180 pounds. After looking in the mirror, I thought I had finally hit bottom. I found myself out of breath, my heart pounding, and my pants were completely soaked. I was so exhausted that I fell into bed and passed out. I was afraid to get up and face the day. I had lost a lot of weight. I could barely fit into pants that hadn’t already ripped.

The heartbroken weight loss only seemed to get worse. I was up at 3 in the morning making breakfast every day. Every meal I was weighed and measured and sent back to the scales. I couldn’t run or lift anything without agonizing pain. I felt like a helpless, bloated robot who couldn’t survive the day.

Like so many other dieters I had come to believe that dieting alone would work. So I applied for the six-month Rhonda Experiment. As pointed by Rhonda Patrick Supplement article: “A diet that helps you get away from the nightmarish reality that is so common among dieters: believing that you can’t lose weight or you’re destined to fail”. As part of Rhonda, I fasted for two months and exercised for 30 minutes on three days each week. In short, I did everything that I was supposed to do to lose weight and be healthier.

Massage Chairs for Back Pain (2019): Is This Wort Buying?

Material a lot of the chair is leather. The massage chair includes a good design that incorporates a lot of well sought-after capabilities. The very best massage chair for neck pain is intended to supply the much-needed relief.

A chair back massager is a bit of furniture that you add to your house, you may sit in every day. A well-fitting chair ensures you’re comfortable and you receive a great experience.

When it comes to top rated full-body massage chairs as shown on this website – ought to be a design with your back pain in mind which will make it possible for you to sit in an incredibly comfortable position without leading to any strain.

Clinical Skills Assessment

Professional Skills Evaluation

The Professional Skills Evaluation (CSA) is an important component of the MRCGP, and also is ‘an evaluation of a doctor’s capability to integrate and use scientific, specialist, communication and also…

What We Propose

The Condensed Curriculum Guide.

The official guide to the new RCGP Curriculum and MRCGP. A must-read for anyone learning or teaching the new curriculum and preparing for the MRCGP.

Tools & Resources

Electrify your learning’ with e-GP, the RCGP’s award winning e-learning modules covering the GP curriculum.


The RCGP’s monthly journal for Associates in Training, featuring articles on key general practice topics.


RCGP - GP Curriculum Documents

Welcome to the GP Curriculum Documents section.  From here you can access the GP Curriculum statements themselves as well as other useful documents produced by the RCGP to support the GP Curriculum.

Why do we need a Trainee ePortfolio?

The assessments recorded in the Trainee ePortfolio will be drawn from performance and evaluation taking place in the real situations in which doctors work. It also allows competence in areas such as team-working to be appraised in a manner which cannot be done by the AKT and CSA.



The Trainee ePortfolio belongs to the GPStR but key parts of it are accessible to the trainer, educational supervisor and deanery administrators through a permissions system. All personal records will be hidden to all except the GPStR until they decide to share them. The Trainee ePortfolio includes places to record tutorials, formal educational sessions and a skills log. It has a diary and a mailbox. It will also contain links to learning resources that are being developed by the RCGP and has a personal area where individuals can save files, documents, certificates of learning and other digital materials.



AKT and CSA results will be made available through the Trainee ePortfolio.  The Trainee ePortfolio will also carry the evidence that is considered at interim and final reviews. Trainees who pass WPBA at final review and also have a pass in AKT and CSA will be elligible to apply for a Certificate of Completion of Training (VVT), inclusion in the General Medical Council’s GP Register and membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners.  The Certification Unit of the RCGP will receive the indication from the GPStR that they are ready for certification.


Many tools will be completed on-line without the contributor having to enter the Trainee ePortfolio. Writing to many parts of the Trainee ePortfolio will be limited to the trainer or educational supervisor. The personal section of the Trainee ePortfolio will be hidden to all except the GP trainee.



Users who would like to see a paper copy of the six assessment forms used for WPBA, can download and print copies of the tools. Please note that this document is slow to download.

What is Trainee ePortfolio?

Above all else the Trainee ePortfolio is where the GPStR records their learning in all its forms and settings. Its prime function is to be an educational tool that will record and facilitate the management of the journey of clinical and personal development through learning. 


It is the system used to record the evidence collected through the application of the WPBA tools. It might be described as the “glue” which holds the curriculum learning and assessment together. 



All the facilities for recording applications of the WPBA tools are tagged to the competence areas so that an overall picture of competence is easily accessed. The trainer or educational supervisor will also have the opportunity to file items under a content heading.



The Trainee ePortfolio should also be used to record and validate naturally occurring evidence against the competence framework. This is evidence which occurs in the course of practice and which illustrates the GPStR’s competence. 


For example, the GPStR may do an evidence review on a specific topic and present it to a practice meeting. This might be taken as evidence of data gathering and interpretation, or communication skills. Evidence that a GPStR is late for surgeries on a regular basis might be discussed with the GPStR and recorded under teamwork. Naturally occurring evidence needs to be validated by the GP trainer.

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About MEG

The Medical Educators Group (MEG) is a virtual forum for people interested in teaching and learning within Primary Care.

It is free to access and will provide information and resources relevant to educators, as well as a discussion forum for communicating with your peers.


We hope that you will find the MEG to be a helpful resource and we would be glad to receive your feedback.