* 1. Current year of training

* 2. Surgical sub-specialty interest

* 3. Have you attended a JAG Basic Endoscopy course relevant to your chosen sub-specialty interest?

* 4. Have you achieved JAG Endoscopy Accreditation in your chosen sub-specialty interest? (i.e. diagnostic OGD for UGI trainees, colonoscopy for Colorectal trainees)

* 5. How often on average do you currently attend a dedicated training endoscopy list?

* 6. How often on average do you currently attend a non-training endoscopy list?

* 7. Are the endoscopy services within your current hospital JAG accredited?

* 8. Have you previously or currently found it difficult/faced barriers in gaining endoscopy training?

* 9. If yes to Question 8, why? (mark all difficulties experienced)

* 10. Is endoscopy time tabled on your current rota as a training commitment?

* 11. Do you feel you are encouraged to train in endoscopy by your endoscopy trainers?

* 12. Who supervises your endoscopy training in your current hospital? (mark all applicable)

* 13. Should appropriate JAG accreditation in endoscopy be mandatory for General Surgery CCT? (i.e. JAG accreditation in diagnostic OGD for UGI trainees, colonoscopies for Colorectal trainees)

* 14. Do you feel having mandatory JAG accreditation requirements for General Surgery CCT would lead to better access to endoscopy training lists (i.e. equal access to share training lists with gastroenterology trainees)?

* 15. Do you feel immersive endoscopy training blocks (i.e. one month of continuous endoscopy training at ST3/4 level) would be beneficial in endoscopy training for surgical trainees?

* 16. Does endoscopy training form part of your ARCP assessment?

* 17. Do you feel you have sufficient understanding about the criteria and process for obtaining JAG accreditation?

* 18. Do you feel your TPD (training programme director) has sufficient understanding about the criteria and process for obtaining JAG accreditation for surgical trainees?

* 19. It is important for patient care that surgical trainees achieve relevant JAG accreditation as well as gastroenterology trainees.

* 20. Any other comments on endoscopy training or how it can be improved

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