A12

A12

  • 11 May 2021

A12: The New Lost Tribe? Exploring the ever increasing FY3 phenomenon

Session speaker(s):
Dr Ruth Silverton
Professor Della Freeth

Session objectives:

  • An understanding of the current post-foundation trajectory of junior doctors in England.
  • An exploration of the reasons behind the increasing number of junior doctors taking an ‘FY3’.
  • An opportunity to imagine visions for the future of post-foundation training.

Session summary:
There has been a year-on-year increase in post foundation doctors choosing to work for the NHS outside the training scheme. This session will share results of our study exploring the reasons behind this phenomenon and offer an opportunity to consider integration of these findings into future workforce planning, support and training.

Session hosted by:
Royal College of Physicians London

Session theme:
Educational research and scholarship

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Academics
Researchers
Policy Makers 

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training

A12: The New Lost Tribe? Exploring the ever increasing FY3 phenomenon

Session speaker(s):
Dr Ruth Silverton
Professor Della Freeth

Session objectives:

Session summary:
There has been a year-on-year increase in post foundation doctors choosing to work for the NHS outside the training scheme. This session will share results of our study exploring the reasons behind this phenomenon and offer an opportunity to consider integration of these findings into future workforce planning, support and training.

Session hosted by:
Royal College of Physicians London

Session theme:
Educational research and scholarship

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Academics
Researchers
Policy Makers 

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training