National training surveys

The national training surveys are a core part of the work we carry out each year to monitor the quality of medical education and training in the UK.

Every year we run a comprehensive survey asking all doctors in training for their views about the training they are receiving. This is called the national trainee survey.

This year we are also conducting a survey of all doctors who provide training. You can read more about the national trainer survey.

This section also contains documents to help you complete the survey including briefing notes.

Survey news

2015 national training survey

The 2015 national training survey is now closed.

The results will be published to our Survey results page in early June 2015.

Survey reporting tool

The survey reporting tool will be unavailable until early June while we produce the 2015 national training survey results.

We have more information on this year's reporting tool in briefing note 5.

2014 reports on patient safety and undermining

Read our reports highlighting issues raised in the 2014 national training survey.

Concerns about patient safety (pdf), includes an analysis of the patient safety concerns. Undermining (pdf) covers bullying and undermining behaviour and our plans to work with others to combat this kind of behaviour in clinical environments.