The state of medical education
and practice in the UK archive   

You can read our reports from 2011–19 below.
   


Cover image of the 2019 report

2019 

Our 2019 report points to some stark trends, which will change healthcare delivery in the years ahead.  It shows that young doctors are pursuing different career paths from their older colleagues. Read our reports below:

2019 summary   |   2019 Full report   


Cover image of the 2018 report

2018 

Our 2018 report sets out some of the challenges our health service and doctors continue to face, and the contribution we and others can make to address these issues and create a sustainable workforce for the future. Read our reports below:

2018 Summary   |   2018 Full report   


Cover of SoMEP 2017 report

2017 

Our findings show pressures on the health and social care services is creating a state of unease within the medical profession across the UK. Read our reports below:

2017 Summary   |   2017 Full report

Cover of SoMEP 2016 report

2016 

Our findings show pressures on the health and social care services is creating a state of unease within the medical profession across the UK. Read our reports below:

2016 Summary   |   2016 Full report   |   2016 Welsh

Cover of SoMEP 2015 report

2015

We published an extensive online resource covering our registration, education and fitness to practise data from the medical profession in the UK. Read our reports below:

2015 Summary   |   2015 Full report   |   2015 Welsh


Cover of SoMEP 2014 report

2014

We look at issues raised through feedback to our Regional Liaison Service and devolved offices. Read our reports below:

2014 Summary   |   2014 Full report

Cover of SoMEP 2013 report

2013

We focus on complaints we received about doctors to see if we can identify areas of risk within medical practice. Read our reports below:

2013 Summary   |   2013 Full report   |   2013 Welsh

Cover image of the 2012 report

2012

Our 2012 report sets out to identify the causes of variation in how doctors practise. It considers what barriers doctors might face in delivering high quality care for patients and in meeting our standards. Read our reports below:

2012 Summary   |   2012 Full report

Cover image of the 2011 report

2011

Our 2011 report set out to promote discussion and debate on issues and trends that require attention or further analysis. Read our reports below:

2011 Summary   |   2011 Full report