Have your say on support for doctors who return to training


Health Education England (HEE) is developing a programme of activities to support doctors who are returning to training after a period out of programme (OOP) activity.

HEE is keen to learn about the challenges trainee doctors face, identify effective support already in place and further interventions that might help, plus other support services and signposting they might find useful.

Have your say
To inform this programme, HEE has published a call for ideas, seeking the views of junior doctors, medical royal colleges, educators, associated professions and employers. You can submit your ideas and views via an online survey from HEE which will close on 4 August at 23:59. 

Once HEE has gathered enough evidence they will use it to inform an Accelerated Return to Training strategy and delivery plan, that they plan to publish before the end of 2017.

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