Workforce, training and education
East Midlands

What is NETS?
The National Educational Training Survey 2023 is a NHSE (formally HEE) run survey for all learners across all professions whose training is commissioned by NHSE. This includes not only doctors in training but also student doctors nurses, midwives, allied Health professionals and clinical scientists. It give a 'whole system view' of the environment in which you train.

I already complete the GMC NETS survey, why should I complete this survey?
The GMC NETS survey is a valuable tool that only looks at Postgraduate Medical Training in isolation. It helps in quality assuring your training at a local and system wide level. As doctors, we do not work in isolation but as part of a multi-professional team, your input into the the working and learning culture as medical leaders is important in ensuring that those around you are as well supported and supervised as you are. NETS helps drive quality improvement for you, your fellow healthcare workers and, importantly, patients.

How will I receive information on how to complete NETS 2023?
You will receive further information via email from NHSE and other communications about the survey.

Do I have to complete the NETS?
No, it is voluntary. Completing the survey helps NHSE argue for the resources to support training. Have your say making a difference by completing the survey.

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