National training survey
The national training survey is 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 year we are reintroducing trainers to the survey.
The 2016 key findings report has been published.
View our findings from the 2016 survey in the key findings report.
In this section
You can find information about the survey for:
You may also be interested in survey documents (including briefing notes about how the survey works) and survey reports (papers we've written about survey findings and results).