Assessments

Assessment GuidanceAssessmentFrequency
N/Ae-PortfolioContemporaneous
Guidance for Assessors and DoctorsCore ProceduresThroughout F1 (2016 curriculum only)
Guidance for Assessors

Guidance for Doctors

Guidance for Educational Supervisors
Team Assessment of Behaviour (TAB)One in the first placement of both F1 and F2, optional repetition
Guidance for all users

Research on PSG
Placement Supervision Group (PSG) feedbackOne in the first or second placement of both F1 and F2, optional repetition
Guidance for Clinical SupervisorsClinical Supervisor End of Placement ReportOnce per placement
Guidance for Educational SupervisorsEducational Supervisor’s End of Placement Report F1

Educational Supervisors End of Placement Report F2
Once per placement (except final placement, when ES end of year report required)
See information about e-learning modules belowEducational Supervisor’s End of Year Report F1

Educations Supervisor’s End of Year Report F2
Once per year




Guidance for curriculum mapping (for 2016 curriculum)
2021 curriculum: All 13 foundation professional capabilities (FPCs) must have sufficient evidence mapped to them to demonstrate satisfactory progress (maximum 10 items per FPC)
2016 curriculum: All 20 FPCs must have between one and five pieces of relevant mapped evidence
Throughout the year
Guidance on Logging Mandatory TeachingAn acceptable attendance record at generic foundation teachingThroughout the year

Internal Medicine Training e-learning programme – supervisor report guidance

Created jointly by Health Education England’s e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) and the Joint Royal College of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB), the programme aims to set out how to write a meaningful and effective Educational Supervisor Report (ESR) for Internal Medicine training. The information is also helpful for supervisors of foundation doctors.

This module sets out how to prepare to write an ESR, considered by the Annual Review of Competency Progression (ARCP) panel when assessing a trainee’s progress, starting with the initial meeting with the trainee, planning the training year and gives examples of good report writing. The following areas are covered:

  • The ESR
  • Capabilities in Practice (CiPs)
  • Evidence
  • Setting up the Training Year
  • Some elements of the ARCP

For more information about the programme, including access details, visit: https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/internal-medicine-training/.