Quality Reports

 

 

National ranking by HEE local team

This report provides results for all trainees based on their HEE local team (previously LETB or deanery).  For example: Health Education England – North East compared to all UK trainees.  Local teams have been ranked against one another using the mean score and all figures in this report relate to ranking rather than outliers.

 

GP Programme Group by GP Programme

This report provides results for all GP trainees based on their GP scheme and Group.  For example: Emergency Medicine at Durham and Tees Valley and General Practice at East Cumbria.

 

National ranking by programme

This report provides results for trainee responses based on their programme group by trust/board.  HEE local teams (previously deaneries) have been ranked against one another using the mean score, all figures in this report relate to ranking rather than to suggest any outliers.

 

National and regional ranking by trust

This report provides results for all north east trainees based on their trust.  Trust have been ranked against one another using the mean score.  All figures in this report relate to ranking rather than to suggest any outliers.

 

Four year trend analysis

 

Trend analysis provides year-on-year trend reports showing the outlier results (also known as red and green flags)  for your location or specialty over the last four years.  Using these reports you will be able to see how results have changed across time.  All reports can be downloaded from the related documents section below.

 

 

Programme group by Trust

This report provides results for trainee responses based on their programme group and linked to the trust or board where they were working at the time of completion.  For example the O&G programme report includes O&G trainees only.

 

 

Programme group by school

This report provides results for trainee responses based on their programme group and linked to the HEE School in which their specialty is based.  Reflecting the example above, O&G programme report includes O&G trainees only.

 

 

Post specialty by trust

This report provides results of all trainee responses by the training post or department in which they were working at the time of completing and may include trainees from multiple training programmes.

As an example the O&G post report includes all trainees working within that department or post and will include not just O&G trainees but also trainees from other programmes such as Foundation or GP working in that department.

 

Guidance

 

You can find a brief description for the outlier analysis in the GMC reference guide.  Question items show the individual questions that form each indicator result.  To see the question items for a particular indicator, click on ‘local’ mean scores.  You can also find brief instructions for indicator analysis in the GMC quick reference guide.   For any indicator result, you can view the question responses that produced the mean score.  To do this, click on the category or bar you want to see the questions for and choose question items. 

 

More information and how to to use the reporting tool can be found in the user guide.

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