The Training Website For Everyone, Not Just Bradford
Bradford VTS is the independent vocational training scheme website providing a wealth of free medical resources for GP trainees, their trainers and TPDs everywhere. Our users also include other health professionals – both qualified and in training – such as Associate Physicians, ANPs, Medical & Nursing Students. Our fundamental belief is about openly and freely sharing knowledge to learn and develop with each other. Feel free to use the information (as long as not commercial). We welcome educational material from all our users (providing it is copyright free). Dr Ramesh Mehay, Bradford, UK. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
06.05.21: Revamping our Clinical Pages – would you like to help? Looking for Bradford VTS Helpers. Contact email@example.com
05.05.21: Super-condensed Curriculum Guides added to AKT section and each Clinical Specialty’s download resource section. Really great documents providing “at a glance” view.
02.04.21: Search Medicina – the best medical search engine so that you patients don’t think you are googling. And helps you get the information you want at ease.
06.03.21: Quicklinks, Induction & Roadmaps section complete – see section below. Great for new trainees.
04.02.21: The RCA webinars – uploaded – 4 great webinars (about an hour each) exploring how to pass the RCA. Designed for trainers and trainees. Trainees – understand exactly how to pass. Trainers – learn how you can help your trainee.
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Quicklinks, Induction & Roadmaps
to help keep this site alive & free.
Did you know: Bradford VTS doesn’t get much money from large external sources. In fact, a lot of the funding comes out of our own pocket and contributions from kind people – mostly your trainers.
We try to keep the site as FREE as possible. Occasionally we ask for money for the odd resource. We rely on this bit of money to help fund us. We don’t ask for much as you can see (compare it to the 100s you pay for courses). We hope you think we are reasonable and fair.
Please, please, please contribute. It is an unfortunate fact that most of our funding comes from GP trainers and very little from Trainees. If you would like to change this, then please click on the contribution page here.
Bradford VTS was created in 2002 for one main reason – to simply create a platform where we can share ideas, knowledge and skills so that we can co-create to produce wonderful new things effortlessly. We have stood the test of time… Bradford VTS is made with ❤ by Dr Ramesh Mehay and others, often in our spare time.
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The Essential Handbook
The Essential Handbook of GP Training and Education (for GP Trainers) is written by over 80 GP Educators . Coordinated and edited by Dr Ramesh Mehay. Click the button for a discount.
Our Amazon Bookshop
Please consider ordering your GP training books from our Amazon bookshop. We don’t get much (only about 4%) but every bit helps to keep our site alive and free. Thank you so much for doing this.
remember the past
Yes, that’s right. The Bradford VTS website has been helping GP Trainees and Trainers since 2001. If you want to take a look at an early version (2004) of our website, click here.
The aim of this website has always been…
to facilitate the development of doctors who are reflective practitioners.