GP Stage 3 Simulation Exercises Key Tips & Techniques
Advice & Insight From GP Stage 3 Specialists
Most of you have already decided how useful or not useful this article is as a GP Stage 3 resource. That’s because, first impressions are everything. Applying this to the GP Stage 3 Simulation exercises, make sure that you have a confident, well-structured introduction and avoid the temptation of not practicing the introduction each time you practice simulation exercises. A confident, assured introduction puts you half way towards a GP training post. If you are attending a Blackstone Tutors GP Stage 3 course, we’ll discuss the6 key components of any consultation introduction.
Confident, Well-Rehearsed Introduction
Always Practice The Introduction During GP Stage 3 Preparation
6 Key Components Of A Consultation Introduction
Family Support Structure
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De-ICE The Consultation
‘I appreciate that you’re concerned about losing your job Mr Jones…was there anything else in particular concerning you?’
The latter approach demonstrates both active listening and integrates ICE and is essential to score highly. Similarly, ensure that you don’t merely mention ideas and expectations; instead consider ways to integrate these important questions in to each of your consultations.
Mark Scheme Domains
Empathy & Sensitivity
Conceptual Thinking & Problem Solving