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1 Reporting tool user guide Contact The surveys team

2 Contents Page Part 1 Getting started 6 Navigation home button legends 6 How to use filters filter hints using filters 7 Benchmark groups 10 Part 2 Outlier analysis 11 Menu page 11 Building charts 12 Outlier charts explained 13 Navigating to the all results view 14 All results view functions 15 All results view explained 16 Master class creating a sorted report 17 Part 3 Indicator analysis 19 Menu page 19 Navigating the charts 20 Post specialty and programme group reports controlling the horizontal axis 21 Post specialty and programme group reports controlling the chart bars 22 Post specialty and programme group reports additional reports 23 Other reports controlling the horizontal axis 25 Other reports additional reports 26 Question item reports 28 Master class replicating your post specialty by trust outlier report 31 National training survey reporting tool user guide 2

3 Contents Page Part 4 Trend analysis 34 Menu page 34 Building charts 35 Navigating the charts 36 Trend analysis charts explained 37 Master class creating a trend report for multiple specialties and a single indicator 38 Part 5 Programme specific reports 40 Menu page 40 Navigating the charts 41 Part 6 Aggregation reports 43 Menu page 43 Building charts 44 Additional reports 46 Question items 48 Part 7 Trainer reports 50 Menu page 50 Building charts 51 Viewing your charts 52 Navigating to the all results view 53 All results view functions 54 All results view explained 55 National training survey reporting tool user guide 3

4 Contents Page Part 8 Legends 56 Outlier and trend analysis legend 56 Indicator analysis legend 57 Part 9 How we calculate indicator outcomes 58 How answers to questions become a single score 58 Benchmark groups 59 Quartiles 60 Benchmark mean and confidence intervals 61 Report group mean 62 Outlier summary grid 63 Example outcomes explained 64 Part 10 Printing and downloading 65 Annexes Annex A benchmark groups 66 Annex B1 post specialty report groups and their benchmark groups 67 Annex B2 post specialty benchmark groups 72 Annex C1 programme group reporting and benchmark groups 74 Annex C2 programme group benchmark groups 80 Annex D1 programme type reporting and benchmark groups 82 Annex D2 programme type benchmark groups 86 Annex E1 GP scheme reporting and benchmark groups 87 Annex E2 GP scheme benchmark groups 88 Annex F trainee indicator questions 89 Annex G trainer benchmark groups 102 Annex H trainer indicator questions 103 National training survey reporting tool user guide 4

5 Annex I column heading definitions 112 Annex J - glossary 113 National training survey reporting tool user guide 5

6 Part 1 Getting started Navigation The reporting tool is divided into five areas where you can find different types of report. Each area has its own menu. After navigating to a report, you can return to the menu of a report area at any time by clicking the home button. When in a report you can also find a legend explaining the colours and markers on the charts. See the section on legends below for more details. National training survey reporting tool user guide 6

7 Part 1 Getting started How to use filters After you ve navigated to a report, you ll need to apply filters to build your chart. National training survey reporting tool user guide 7

8 Part 1 Getting started Filter hints Searching for your choice is easier than scrolling if your category is not at the top of the list. Using the multi-select box as shown in the page before, change from a begins with search to a contains search to ensure you find what you re looking for. National training survey reporting tool user guide 8

9 Part 1 Getting started Using filters You can clear filters easily. Look in the Applied filters box to remind you what is included in the report you ve built. Some filters are applied by default (in the red boxes in the image). Others show the filters you have applied (in the green box in the image). National training survey reporting tool user guide 9

10 Part 1 Getting started Benchmark groups All the results you will see in the reporting tool are derived from a comparison between a score generated by a smaller group of respondents (a report group) and a score generated by a larger group of respondents (a benchmark group). The benchmark group will always include the scores of the report group. To ensure survey results are shown in context, the benchmark group changes depending on the report. For example, the post specialty by trust/board report uses benchmark groups comprised of related specialties. Cardiology report groups are compared to a benchmark group comprising all UK medicine posts. Otolaryngology report groups are compared to a benchmark comprising surgical posts and so on. You can check the benchmark group for the report you re looking at in the applied filters box (see previous page for details). You can read about how we calculate results in part 9 of this guide. By excluding less relevant groups from the benchmark calculations, the differences between scores are more likely to reflect differences between the trusts/boards, than the differences found between different specialties. All the benchmark groups are listed in Annex A. National training survey reporting tool user guide 10

11 Part 2 Outlier analysis Menu page Use outlier analysis to find the outcomes (including outliers, also known as red and green flags) for each indicator in a colourcoded grid for your chosen report. In the menu, the most popular reports are towards the top. National training survey reporting tool user guide 11

12 Part 2 Outlier analysis Building charts When you navigate to the report you want, you need to apply filters to build your report. In most cases you should start with the filter on the left, prompted by Please select. In some reports, there may be no chart displayed by default. If this happens, just apply the filters as normal. The guidance in part 1 explains how to use filters. National training survey reporting tool user guide 12

13 Part 2 Outlier analysis Outlier charts explained When you ve applied your filters, your outlier chart will load. The legend explains what each colour means. From any of the by trust/board reports, you can navigate to by site reports by clicking the link on the right hand side, under Additional Reports. National training survey reporting tool user guide 13

14 Part 2 Outlier analysis Navigating to the all results view For a more detailed report, from your outlier chart, click on All Results. In the all results view you can filter on outcomes and indicators and rank your results. National training survey reporting tool user guide 14

15 Part 2 Outlier analysis All results view functions The all results view expands your outlier chart so that every coloured cell is now a row of numbers. If you had filters applied in the previous view, they will carry through to this chart. You can sort on each column now by hovering over the column header to prompt an ascending and descending arrow indicator to appear then select which direction you want. National training survey reporting tool user guide 15

16 Part 2 Outlier analysis Each outcome is calculated using the figures shown in the data table. All results view explained The light blue columns in the middle show the local scores and their associated figures. The dark blue columns to the right show the national scores and their associated figures. The outcome is calculated by comparing the local mean to the national mean. See part 9 for a full explanation. 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. National training survey reporting tool user guide 16

17 Part 2 Outlier analysis Master class creating a sorted report In this example, I ve decided to create a sorted report to see how my deanery/letb compares to others for overall satisfaction in the programme type of cardiology. You can do this for any report. For example, you could compare survey results for handover in the different post specialties at St George s Hospital, or clinical supervision for general surgery across hospitals in Wales. In this example, I ve used the programme type by deanery/letb report from the outlier analysis menu. National training survey reporting tool user guide 17

18 Part 2 Outlier analysis Master class creating a sorted report (cont) Following step 5, you will see a chart showing overall satisfaction in cardiology sorted by deanery/letb. All the columns in the all data view are sortable. So you could re-sort this report to see which deanery/letb has the most cardiology trainees (for example). You can also use the Outcome filter to remove n<3 results, or only show outliers. National training survey reporting tool user guide 18

19 Part 3 Indicator analysis Menu page Use indicator analysis to compare training in different locations or different specialties using bar charts for each indicator. You can also navigate to question items from here. National training survey reporting tool user guide 19

20 Part 3 Indicator analysis Navigating the charts Whichever report you choose, the default chart will show all the available categories in the data series across the horizontal axis. We have also implemented a slider function on large indicator charts so the values along the X axis are always readable. To reveal a chart for every indicator, click on the View all indicators link. National training survey reporting tool user guide 20

21 Part 3 Indicator analysis Post specialty and programme group reports controlling the horizontal axis The post specialty report and programme group report are different to the other indicator reports because you can control the information that is being displayed in each bar of the graphs. For example, you can show the scores for each specialty at your site. The filter that controls the horizontal axis will always be to the left. This controls how many categories or bars are displayed on your chart. National training survey reporting tool user guide 21

22 Part 3 Indicator analysis Post specialty and programme group reports controlling chart bars The filters to the right allow you to control the chart bars. This means you can adjust which scores contribute to your chart. Therefore, you can create a report for your trust/board or site which shows all your post specialties or programme groups along the horizontal axis. National training survey reporting tool user guide 22

23 Part 3 Indicator analysis Post specialty and programme group reports additional reports You can also navigate to additional reports by clicking on the bar for any category. For example, if you click on the bar for cardiology and choose Trusts for this post, in the new chart, all the trusts providing cardiology training will appear along the horizontal axis. National training survey reporting tool user guide 23

24 Part 3 Indicator analysis Post specialty and programme group reports additional reports (cont) The new chart will show the scores only for whichever specialty category or bar you clicked on in the previous chart. There will now be a category or bar along the horizontal axis for each of the locations (trusts/boards or sites) where training in that specialty is provided. National training survey reporting tool user guide 24

25 Part 3 Indicator analysis Other reports controlling the x-axis All other reports such as the programme type report have only a horizontal axis filter. You can use the filter to reduce the number of categories or bars displayed along the horizontal axis and therefore compare a smaller number of categories. National training survey reporting tool user guide 25

26 Part 3 Indicator analysis Other reports additional reports You can also navigate to additional reports by clicking on the bar for any category. For example, in the programme type report, if you click on the bar for anaesthetics and choose Programme by deanery/letb, in the new chart, all the deaneries will appear along the horizontal axis. National training survey reporting tool user guide 26

27 Part 3 Indicator analysis Other reports additional reports (cont) The new chart will show the scores only for whichever category or bar you clicked on in the previous chart. There will now be a bar along the horizontal axis for each of the sub-categories within the category you chose. In this example the new chart shows the scores for overall satisfaction for anaesthetics in each deanery/letb. National training survey reporting tool user guide 27

28 Part 3 Indicator analysis Question item reports 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. National training survey reporting tool user guide 28

29 Part 3 Indicator analysis Question item reports (cont) In the question item reports, there are charts showing the responses to the questions that make up the indicator. Scroll down to see all the charts. Only the questions for the indicator you have chosen will be displayed in the report. To find the questions for another indicator go back to the previous report and choose a different indicator. National training survey reporting tool user guide 29

30 Part 3 Indicator analysis Question item reports (cont) The chart shows what percentage of the respondents in your report chose each available response option to the question (displayed above the chart). National training survey reporting tool user guide 30

31 Part 3 Indicator analysis Master class replicating your post specialty by trust outlier report You may want to look at your post specialty by trust/board outlier report in indicator analysis. The reports are labelled slightly different in each area. Follow these steps to create an indicator chart by the same parameters as your outlier chart. National training survey reporting tool user guide 31

32 Part 3 Indicator analysis Master class replicating your post specialty by trust/board report Next, I navigate to the Indicator analysis area and choose the post specialty report. National training survey reporting tool user guide 32

33 Part 3 Indicator analysis Master class replicating your post specialty by trust/board report Then I choose my trust in the trust/board filter. When my chart loads I can see the name of my trust in the applied filters box, and all the post specialties within my trust named along the horizontal axis. If a specialty is missing it means that there were not enough respondents in that specialty to create a report. We only report where n is equal to or greater than 3. From here you can click on the bar to see the question items (see page 32 for more instructions). National training survey reporting tool user guide 33

34 Part 4 Trend analysis Menu page 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 three years. Using these reports you will be able to see how results have changed across time. National training survey reporting tool user guide 34

35 Part 4 Trend analysis Building charts When you navigate to the report you want, there will be no chart displayed. You need to apply filters to build your report. National training survey reporting tool user guide 35

36 Part 4 Trend analysis Navigating the charts When you ve applied your filters, your trend analysis chart will load. The chart shows outcomes for three years side by side. The legend explains what each colour means. From any of the by trust/board reports, you can navigate to by site reports by clicking the link on the right hand side. National training survey reporting tool user guide 36

37 Part 4 Trend analysis Trend analysis charts explained In trend analysis charts the results are displayed in two ways. The outcome column shows the outcomes for each year side-by-side as coloured boxes, as you would see a single year in outlier analysis. The mean column simply shows the mean score for each year. If the mean score seems to contradict the outcome (for example if the mean goes up, but the outcome seems worse), this is because the benchmark has changed. National training survey reporting tool user guide 37

38 Part 4 Trend analysis Master class creating a trend report for multiple specialties and a single indicator The previous instructions show how to see a trend report for all indicators for all specialties in your department. However, you may want to compare a single indicator for all specialties in your department. In this example I m going to compare clinical supervision for all specialties in my trust by using the post specialty by trust/board report. National training survey reporting tool user guide 38

39 Part 4 Trend analysis Master class creating a trend report for multiple specialties and a single indicator (cont) I can now see how well each of the specialties in my department are doing for clinical supervision over a three year period. National training survey reporting tool user guide 39

40 Part 5 Programme specific reports Menu page Programme specific reports show the results from programme specific questions set by Royal Colleges, faculties and the UK Foundation Programme Office. Colleges and faculties might set these questions to help them evaluate curricula and assessment systems. There is a separate report for each programme and you can use the menu page to choose the report for the programme that you re interested in. Not all Colleges and Faculties choose to ask programme specific questions for all their programmes. National training survey reporting tool user guide 40

41 Part 5 Programme specific reports When you ve selected the programme that you want to see, a default report will load. This will be the question item reports for all the respondents in the latest survey year. Navigating the charts You can change the report year using the drop down menu on the left. Because programme specific questions are submitted by Royal Colleges, Faculties and the UKFPO every year, the questions might not be the same year-on year. Beneath the question text, the n range (or n number for users of the Royal College reporting tool) tells you how many respondents answered each question. National training survey reporting tool user guide 41

42 Part 5 Programme specific reports Navigating the charts (cont) You can also view the programme specific reports by LETB/deanery or by training level. Above the default reports, you will see the option to see the results by LETB/deanery or by training level. Clicking on one of these options will create a new set of charts showing the results for each programme broken down by LETB/deanery or training levels. National training survey reporting tool user guide 42

43 Part 6 Aggregation Menu page Aggregation allows you to add two or three years of indicator reports together. Before using this area of the tool please make sure you re familiar with indicator reports (part 3 of this guide). Aggregation is particularly beneficial for small specialties or locations with lower numbers of trainees. Throughout the reporting tool no results are displayed where n (number of respondents) is less than 3. Aggregation means you can combine to increase n to 3 or more, which means you ll be able to view a report in locations or specialties that have n of less than 3 in any given year. National training survey reporting tool user guide 43

44 Part 6 Aggregation Building charts When you navigate to the report you want, there will be no chart displayed. You need to apply filters to build your report. The guidance in part 1 explains how to use filters. In aggregation the year filter will combine reports from the years you select. National training survey reporting tool user guide 44

45 Part 6 Aggregation Building charts (cont) When your report loads, by default, only the chart for overall satisfaction will be displayed (except for users with a login account, who will automatically see all indicator charts). There will be a bar for each post or programme you ve chosen in the filters (depending on the report you chose). Each bar shows a combined result for that post or programme for the years you ve chosen to combine. National training survey reporting tool user guide 45

46 Part 6 Aggregation Additional reports In the post specialty report you can compare results for any specialty at different locations (trusts or sites). Click on the bar for the specialty you want to compare and choose trusts or sites from the pop-up menu. National training survey reporting tool user guide 46

47 Part 6 Aggregation Additional reports (cont) In your new report there will be a bar for every location* where there are more than 2 responses (n) in the specialty you ve chosen, after the years have been combined. We ve implemented a slider function on large indicator charts so the values along the X axis are always readable. *This will be the trust or site depending which you chose from the pop-up menu in the previous report. National training survey reporting tool user guide 47

48 Part 6 Aggregation Question items To see the results of the questions that contribute to a particular score, click on the bar for that score. Choose question items from the pop-up, and a question item report will appear. National training survey reporting tool user guide 48

49 Part 6 Aggregation Question items (cont) In the aggregation question item reports, there are charts showing the results of the questions that make up the indicator, including the scores for each year you have combined. Scroll down to see all the charts. Only the questions for the indicator you have clicked on will be displayed in the report. National training survey reporting tool user guide 49

50 Part 7 Trainer reports Menu page Use the trainer results tab to find the outcomes (including outliers, known as red and green flags) for each indicator in a colour-coded grid for your chosen report. National training survey reporting tool user guide 50

51 Part 7 Trainer reports Building charts When you navigate to the report you want, you need to apply filters to build your report. In most cases you should start with the filter on the left. In some reports there may be no chart displayed by default. If this happens just apply the filters as normal and click apply. The guidance in part 1 explains how to use filters. National training survey reporting tool user guide 51

52 Part 7 Trainer reports Viewing your charts When you ve applied your filters, the chart will load. The legend explains what each colour means. From the main reports you can navigate to additional reports by clicking the links to the right of the filters. National training survey reporting tool user guide 52

53 Part 7 Trainer reports Navigating to the all results view For a more detailed report, from your outlier chart, click on all results. In the all results view you can filter on outcomes and indicators and rank your results. National training survey reporting tool user guide 53

54 Part 7 Trainer reports All results view functions The all results view expands your outlier chart so that every coloured cell is now a row of numbers. If you applied filters in the previous view they will be carried through to this chart. In the all results view you can also filter by outcome. You can sort each column by hovering over the column header to prompt an up/down row indicator. National training survey reporting tool user guide 54

55 Part 7 Trainer reports Each outcome is calculated using the figure shown in the data table. All results view explained The light blue columns in the middle show the local scores and their associated figures. The dark blue columns to the right show the national scores and their corresponding figures. The outcome is calculated by comparing the local mean to the national mean. See part 9 for a full explanation. To see the questions that form each indicator result click on the local mean score. For more detail see question item reports in part 3. National training survey reporting tool user guide 55

56 Part 8 Legends Outlier and trend analysis legend In outlier analysis and trend analysis, the charts are presented in a grid format with coloured cells representing each outcome. The table to the left explains what these outcomes are. For an explanation of how outliers are calculated, please see part 9. You can find a full explanation of all terms in the glossary in Annex J. National training survey reporting tool user guide 56

57 Part 8 Legends Indicator analysis legend In indicator analysis (see part 3) each bar in your chart represents the score for the report group (labelled along the horizontal axis) set against the benchmark group. The diagram to the right explains what each section of the bar represents. For an explanation of how outliers are calculated, please see part 9. You can find a full explanation of all terms in the glossary in Annex J. National training survey reporting tool user guide 57

58 Part 9 Calculations How answers to questions become a single score An indicator is a score or result (called an outcome) made by grouping together the responses to questions or similar themes. Your report group (for example, your specialty in your trust) has a result that is based on the average scores of this group compared to a benchmark. The process starts with your answers to the questions for the indicator. Your scores for each question are averaged to give an overall indicator score. National training survey reporting tool user guide 58

59 Part 9 Calculations Benchmark groups Now your score contributes to two different calculations for each outcome. In this example, you are a general surgery trainee and we are looking at the post specialty by trust/board report. Firstly we calculate the benchmark group. For a general surgery trainee in this report, the benchmark group is all surgery trainees. You ll see the benchmark scores in the reporting tool displayed as national scores. National training survey reporting tool user guide 59

60 Part 9 Calculations Quartiles Next, we take all the scores within the benchmark group and sort them into ascending order. Then we split it into quarters to find the quartiles. Now we transpose quartiles onto a scale (similar to the vertical bars you see in indicator analysis). If the lowest score given (national min) is more than zero, you ll see a gap between zero and the lowest score. The same applies to national max at the other end of the scale. National training survey reporting tool user guide 60

61 Part 9 Calculations Benchmark mean and confidence intervals Next, we calculate the average for the benchmark group (national mean). This is the sum of the scores divided by the number of contributing scores (N). Then, we calculate the confidence intervals* for the national mean. This gives us the comparator. The outcome depends on where the report group score falls on this scale. *Confidence intervals show how statistically confident we can be that our mean score represents a true average. The smaller the confidence intervals, the more confident we can be. You might see confidence intervals represented as a line through the mean (black square) like in the picture above. In indicator analysis, we show the upper and lower confidence limits with a black cross (+). National training survey reporting tool user guide 61

62 Part 9 Calculations Report group mean Now we calculate the report group mean. In our example, you are a General Surgery trainee at AN Other NHS Foundation Trust. The report group includes the scores for all the General Surgery trainees in your trust. The report group mean (mean) is an average of all the indicator scores for the individual respondents comprising the report group. Next we compare the report group score to the benchmark we calculated earlier. The red dot is your score. It s above the national mean, which is good, but it s within the interquartile range, so it s not exceptional. National training survey reporting tool user guide 62

63 Part 9 Calculations Outlier summary grid Now we have a report group score and a benchmark, and we know that our outcome is within IQR, we can show it as a white coloured cell on an outlier summary grid like this. Each cell is calculated by the method described above. There are examples of all the different outcomes on the next page. National training survey reporting tool user guide 63

64 Part 9 Calculations Example outcomes explained This is above outlier (dark green). The mean is in the top quartile and the confidence intervals do not overlap. This is light green. The mean is in the top quartile, but it s not an above outlier because the confidence intervals overlap. Like our example outcome, this is white. The mean is within the interquartile range (IQR). This would be pink. It s within the bottom quartile but not a below outlier because the confidence intervals overlap. This is a below outlier (red). The mean is in the bottom quartile and the confidence intervals do not overlap with those of the national mean. National training survey reporting tool user guide 64

65 Part 10 Printing and downloading Below every chart you will find an export link. Click on the link and choose a format/program to open the data in. Use the print function to print the data. Choose PDF to convert the chart to an Adobe Acrobat PDF file. Use Acrobat s print function to print the chart. Click on the Excel link to export to Excel. Graphs will download as images in Excel. Tabular data will download as tables in Excel with row and column headings. National training survey reporting tool user guide 65

66 Annex A trainee benchmark groups Report Country Deanery Trust/Board Site Foundation School Training Level Training Group Benchmark group All UK trainees All UK trainees All UK trainees All UK trainees All Foundation Programme trainees All UK trainees All UK trainees Post Specialty Trainees in related post specialty groups (see Annexes B1 and B2) Programme Specialty All UK trainees Programme Group Trainees within related programme groups (see Annex B2) Programme Type Trainees within related programme types (see Annex B3) GP Scheme Trainees within related GP scheme groups (see Annex B4) Place of Qualification All Foundation Year 1 trainees National training survey reporting tool user guide 66

67 Annex B1 post specialty report groups and their benchmark groups Use this table to find a post specialty (A-Z) and which benchmark group it is compared to in the post specialty, post specialty by trust/board and post specialty by site reports. Use the table in Annex B2 to see which post specialties are in each benchmark group. A-Z Post specialty Benchmark group A Acute Internal Medicine All Medicine Posts Acute Medicine Allergy Anaesthetics Audio Vestibular Medicine All Medicine Posts All Medicine Posts All Anaesthetics Posts All Medicine Posts C Cardiology All Medicine Posts Cardio-Thoracic Surgery Chemical Pathology Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Child Mental Health Clinical Genetics Clinical Neurophysiology Clinical Oncology Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Clinical Radiology Community Child Health Community Sexual and Reproductive Health Congenital Cardiac Surgery Cytopathology All Surgery Posts All Pathology Posts All Psychiatry Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Medicine Posts All Medicine Posts All Radiology Posts All Medicine Posts All Radiology Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Posts All Surgery Posts All Pathology Posts National training survey reporting tool user guide 67

68 A-Z Post specialty Benchmark group D Dermatology All Medicine Posts Diagnostic neuropathology All Pathology Posts E Emergency Medicine All Emergency Medicine Posts Endocrinology and Diabetes Mellitus All Medicine Posts F Forensic Histopathology All Pathology Posts Forensic Pathology Forensic Psychiatry All Pathology Posts All Psychiatry Posts G Gastroenterology All Medicine Posts General (internal) Medicine General Practice General Psychiatry General Surgery Genito-Urinary Medicine Geriatric Medicine Gynaecological Oncology All Medicine Posts All General Practice Posts All Psychiatry Posts All Surgery Posts All Medicine Posts All Medicine Posts All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Posts H Haematology All Medicine Posts Hepatology Histopathology All Medicine Posts All Pathology Posts I Immunology All Medicine Posts Infectious Disease Intensive Care Medicine Intervention Radiology All Medicine Posts All Anaesthetics Posts All Radiology Posts National training survey reporting tool user guide 68

69 A-Z Post specialty Benchmark group L Liaison Psychiatry All Psychiatry Posts M Maternal and Foetal Medicine All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Posts Medical Microbiology Medical Microbiology and Virology Medical Oncology Medical Ophthalmology Medical Psychotherapy Medical Virology Metabolic Medicine All Pathology Posts All Pathology Posts All Medicine Posts All Medicine Posts All Psychiatry Posts All Pathology Posts All Pathology Posts N Neonatal Medicine All Paediatric and Child Health Posts Neurology Neuropathology Neurosurgery Nuclear Medicine All Medicine Posts All Pathology Posts All Surgery Posts All Medicine Posts O Obstetrics and Gynaecology All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Posts Occupational Medicine Old Age Psychiatry Ophthalmology Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery Otolaryngology All Occupational Medicine Posts All Psychiatry Posts All Ophthalmology Posts All Surgery Posts All Surgery Posts P Paediatric and Perinatal Pathology All Pathology Posts Paediatric Cardiology All Medicine Posts National training survey reporting tool user guide 69

70 A-Z Post specialty Benchmark group Paediatric Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics All Paediatric and Child Health Posts Paediatric Diabetes and Endocrinology Paediatric Emergency Medicine Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Paediatric Immunology, Infectious Diseases and Allergy Paediatric Inherited Metabolic Medicine Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine Paediatric Nephrology Paediatric Neurodisability Paediatric Neurology Paediatric Oncology Paediatric Palliative Medicine Paediatric Pathology Paediatric Respiratory Medicine Paediatric Rheumatology Paediatric Surgery Paediatrics Palliative Medicine Pharmaceutical Medicine Plastic Surgery Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine Psychiatry of Learning Disability All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Pathology Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Surgery Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts All Medicine Posts All Medicine Posts All Surgery Posts All Emergency Medicine Posts All Psychiatry Posts National training survey reporting tool user guide 70

71 A-Z Post specialty Benchmark group Public Health Medicine All Public Health Posts R Rehabilitation Medicine All Medicine Posts Rehabilitation Psychiatry Renal Medicine Reproductive Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology All Psychiatry Posts All Medicine Posts All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Posts All Medicine Posts All Medicine Posts S Sexual and Reproductive Health All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Posts Sport and Exercise Medicine Stroke Medicine Substance Misuse Psychiatry All Medicine Posts All Medicine Posts All Psychiatry Posts T Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery All Surgery Posts Tropical Medicine All Medicine Posts U Urogynaecology All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Posts Urology All Surgery Posts V Vascular Surgery All Surgery Posts National training survey reporting tool user guide 71

72 Annex B2 - post specialty benchmark groups Use this table to see which post specialties are in each benchmark group. Use the table in Annex B1 to find a post specialty (A-Z) and which benchmark group it is compared to in the post specialty, post specialty by trust/board and post specialty by site reports. Benchmark group All Anaesthetics Posts All Anaesthetics Posts All Emergency Medicine Posts All Emergency Medicine Posts All General Practice Posts All Medicine Posts All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Posts All Occupational Medicine Posts All Ophthalmology Posts All Paediatric and Child Health Posts Post specialties included in benchmark group Anaesthetics Intensive Care Medicine Emergency Medicine Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine General Practice Acute Internal Medicine, Acute Medicine, Allergy, Audio Vestibular Medicine, Cardiology, Clinical Genetics, Clinical Neurophysiology, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Dermatology, Endocrinology and Diabetes Mellitus, Gastroenterology, General (internal) Medicine, Genito-Urinary Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Haematology, Hepatology, Immunology, Infectious Disease, Medical Oncology, Medical Ophthalmology, Neurology, Nuclear Medicine, Paediatric Cardiology, Palliative Medicine, Pharmaceutical Medicine, Rehabilitation Medicine, Renal Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Rheumatology, Sport and Exercise Medicine, Stroke Medicine, Tropical Medicine Community Sexual and Reproductive Health, Gynaecological Oncology, Maternal and Foetal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Reproductive Medicine, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Urogynaecology Occupational Medicine Ophthalmology Child Mental Health, Community Child Health, Neonatal Medicine, Paediatric Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Paediatric Diabetes and Endocrinology, Paediatric Emergency Medicine, Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Paediatric Immunology, Infectious Diseases and Allergy, Paediatric Inherited Metabolic Medicine, National training survey reporting tool user guide 72

73 Benchmark group All Pathology Posts All Psychiatry Posts All Public Health Posts All Radiology Posts All Surgery Posts Post specialties included in benchmark group Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine, Paediatric Nephrology, Paediatric Neurodisability, Paediatric Neurology, Paediatric Oncology, Paediatric Palliative Medicine, Paediatric Respiratory Medicine, Paediatric Rheumatology, Paediatrics Chemical Pathology, Cytopathology, Diagnostic neuropathology, Forensic Histopathology, Forensic Pathology, Histopathology, Medical Microbiology, Medical Microbiology and Virology, Medical Virology, Metabolic Medicine, Neuropathology, Paediatric and perinatal pathology, Paediatric Pathology Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry, General Psychiatry, Liaison Psychiatry, Medical Psychotherapy, Old Age Psychiatry, Psychiatry of Learning Disability, Rehabilitation Psychiatry, Substance Misuse Psychiatry Public Health Medicine Clinical Oncology, Clinical Radiology, Intervention Radiology Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Congenital Cardiac Surgery, General Surgery, Neurosurgery, Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery, Otolaryngology, Paediatric Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery National training survey reporting tool user guide 73

74 Annex C1 - programme group reporting and benchmark groups Use this table find a programme group (A-Z) and which benchmark group it is compared to in the programme group, programme group by trust/board and programme group by site reports. Use the table in Annex C2 to see which programme groups are in each benchmark group. A-Z Programme group Benchmark group A ACCS All ACCS Trainees Acute Internal Medicine Allergy Anaesthetics Anaesthetics F1 Anaesthetics F2 Audio Vestibular Medicine All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Anaesthetists Programmes (ST3+) All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) B Broad Based Training All Broad Based Training Trainees C Cardiology All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) Cardio-thoracic Surgery Chemical Pathology Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinical Genetics Clinical Neurophysiology Clinical Oncology Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Clinical Radiology CMT All Surgery Programmes All Pathology Programmes All Psychiatry Programmes (ST4+) All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Radiology Programmes All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Radiology Programmes All CMT Trainees National training survey reporting tool user guide 74

75 A-Z Programme group Benchmark group Community Sexual and Reproductive Health All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Programmes Core Anaesthetics CPT CST All CAT Trainees All CPT Trainees All CST Trainees D Dermatology All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) Diagnostic neuropathology All Pathology Programmes E Emergency Medicine All Emergency Medicine Programmes Emergency Medicine F1 Emergency Medicine F2 Endocrinology and Diabetes Mellitus All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) F Forensic Psychiatry All Psychiatry Programmes (ST4+) Forensic histopathology All Pathology Programmes G Gastroenterology All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) General (Internal) Medicine General Practice F1 General Practice F2 General Psychiatry General Surgery Genito-Urinary Medicine Geriatric Medicine All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Psychiatry Programmes (ST4+) All Surgery Programmes All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) GP Prog - Anaesthetics All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Emergency Medicine All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) National training survey reporting tool user guide 75

76 A-Z Programme group Benchmark group GP Prog - Medicine All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Obstetrics and Gynaecology All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Occupational Medicine All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Ophthalmology All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Paediatrics and Child Health All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Pathology All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Psychiatry All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Public Health All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Radiology All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Surgery All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) H Haematology All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) Histopathology All Pathology Programmes I Immunology All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) Infectious Diseases Intensive Care Medicine All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Anaesthetists Programmes (ST3+) M Medical Microbiology All Pathology Programmes Medical Microbiology and Virology Medical Oncology Medical Ophthalmology Medical Psychotherapy Medical Virology Medicine F1 All Pathology Programmes All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Psychiatry Programmes (ST4+) All Pathology Programmes All F1 Trainees National training survey reporting tool user guide 76

77 A-Z Programme group Benchmark group Medicine F2 All F2 Trainees N Neurology All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) Neurosurgery Nuclear Medicine All Surgery Programmes All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) O Obstetrics and Gynaecology All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Programmes Obstetrics and Gynaecology F1 Obstetrics and Gynaecology F2 Occupational Medicine Occupational Medicine F1 Occupational Medicine F2 Old Age Psychiatry Ophthalmology Ophthalmology F1 Ophthalmology F2 Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery Otolaryngology All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Occupational Medicine Programmes All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Psychiatry Programmes (ST4+) All Ophthalmology Programmes All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Surgery Programmes All Surgery Programmes P Paediatric and Perinatal Pathology All Pathology Programmes Paediatric Cardiology Paediatric Surgery Paediatrics Paediatrics and Child Health F1 Paediatrics and Child Health F2 All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Surgery Programmes All Paediatrics and Child Health Programmes All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees National training survey reporting tool user guide 77

78 A-Z Programme group Benchmark group Palliative Medicine All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) Pathology F1 Pathology F2 Pharmaceutical Medicine Plastic Surgery Psychiatry F1 Psychiatry F2 Psychiatry of Learning Disability Public Health F1 Public Health F2 Public Health Medicine All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Surgery Programmes All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Psychiatry Programmes (ST4+) All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees All Public Health Programmes R Radiology F1 All F1 Trainees Radiology F2 Rehabilitation Medicine Renal Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology All F2 Trainees All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) S Sport and Exercise Medicine All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) Surgery F1 Surgery F2 All F1 Trainees All F2 Trainees T Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery All Surgery Programmes Tropical Medicine All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) National training survey reporting tool user guide 78

79 A-Z Programme group Benchmark group U Urology All Surgery Programmes V Vascular Surgery All Surgery Programmes National training survey reporting tool user guide 79

80 Annex C2 - programme group benchmark groups Use this table to see which programme groups are in each benchmark group. Use the table in Annex C1 find a programme group (A-Z) and which benchmark group it is compared to in the programme group, programme group by trust/board and programme group by site reports. Benchmark group All ACCS Trainees Programme groups included in the benchmark group ACCS All Anaesthetists Programmes (ST3+) Anaesthetics All Anaesthetists Programmes (ST3+) Intensive Care Medicine All Broad Based Training Trainees All CAT Trainees All CMT Trainees All CPT Trainees All CST Trainees All Emergency Medicine Programmes Broad Based Training Core Anaesthetics CMT CPT CST Emergency Medicine All F1 Trainees Anaesthetics F1, Emergency Medicine F1, General Practice F1, Medicine F1, Obstetrics and Gynaecology F1, Occupational Medicine F1, Ophthalmology F1, Paediatrics and Child Health F1, Pathology F1, Psychiatry F1, Public Health F1, Radiology F1, Surgery F1 All F2 Trainees Anaesthetics F2, Emergency Medicine F2, General Practice F2, Medicine F2, Obstetrics and Gynaecology F2, Occupational Medicine F2, Ophthalmology F2, Paediatrics and Child Health F2, Pathology F2, Psychiatry F2, Public Health F2, Radiology F2, Surgery F2 All GPs in a Secondary Care Post (excluding F2) GP Prog - Anaesthetics, GP Prog - Emergency Medicine, GP Prog - Medicine, GP Prog - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, GP Prog - Occupational Medicine, GP Prog - Ophthalmology, GP Prog - Paediatrics and Child Health, GP Prog - Pathology, GP Prog - Psychiatry, GP Prog - Public Health, GP Prog - Radiology, GP Prog - Surgery National training survey reporting tool user guide 80

81 Benchmark group All Medicine Programmes (ST3+) All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Programmes All Obstetrics and Gynaecology Programmes All Occupational Medicine Programmes All Ophthalmology Programmes All Paediatrics and Child Health Programmes All Pathology Programmes All Psychiatry Programmes (ST4+) All Public Health Programmes All Radiology Programmes All Radiology Programmes All Surgery Programmes Programme groups included in the benchmark group Acute Internal Medicine, Allergy, Audio Vestibular Medicine, Cardiology, Clinical Genetics, Clinical Neurophysiology, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Dermatology, Endocrinology and Diabetes Mellitus, Gastroenterology, General (Internal) Medicine, Genito-Urinary Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Haematology, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Medical Oncology, Medical Ophthalmology, Neurology, Nuclear Medicine, Paediatric Cardiology, Palliative Medicine, Pharmaceutical Medicine, Rehabilitation Medicine, Renal Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Rheumatology, Sport and Exercise Medicine, Tropical Medicine Community Sexual and Reproductive Health Obstetrics and Gynaecology Occupational Medicine Ophthalmology Paediatrics Chemical Pathology, Diagnostic neuropathology, Forensic Histopathology, Histopathology, Medical Microbiology, Medical Microbiology and Virology, Medical Virology, Paediatric histopathology Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry, General Psychiatry, Medical Psychotherapy, Old Age Psychiatry, Psychiatry of Learning Disability Public Health Medicine Clinical Oncology Clinical Radiology Cardio-thoracic Surgery, General Surgery, Neurosurgery, Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery, Otolaryngology, Paediatric Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery National training survey reporting tool user guide 81

82 Annex D1 - programme type reporting and benchmark groups Use this table to find a programme group (A-Z) and which benchmark group it is compared to in the programme type and the programme type by deanery reports. Use the table in Annex D2 to see which programme types are in each benchmark group. A-Z Programme type Benchmark group A Acute Care Common Stem All Core Programmes Acute Internal Medicine Allergy Anaesthetics Audio Vestibular Medicine All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes B Broad Based Training All Core Programmes C Cardiology All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes Cardio-Thoracic Surgery Chemical Pathology Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinical Genetics Clinical Neurophysiology Clinical Oncology Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics Clinical Radiology Community Sexual and Reproductive Health Core Anaesthetics Training Core Medical Training All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All higher (ST3+) Specialty Programmes All Core Programmes All Core Programmes National training survey reporting tool user guide 82

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