Posted February 21st 2019 (3 months ago)

Foundation School Bulletin

Information Bulletin – 20/02/2019

This is your weekly information bulletin for the Severn Foundation School. The content of these bulletins will be local and national courses and information relevant to foundation trainees which will vary from week to week. If you would like to contribute to the bulletin please contact SEVFoundation.SW@hee.nhs.uk.

F2 Regional Teaching

All F2 trainees must do a minimum of 4 Regional Teaching Days, 2 of which have to be both Clinical Skills and Human Factors. To find out what other Regional Teaching courses are available to you, please click here to access our MaxCourse Regional Teaching Booking System.

We encourage you to book onto this exciting, new course; Foundation Teaching Skills - Train the Trainers #CPRinSchools. This training day will provide participants with basic level knowledge and skills in designing and delivering short skills acquisition training sessions. It will give you the ability to provide short skill based teaching sessions to colleagues and other healthcare professionals, it also provides an understanding of how to deliver CPR training so that Foundation level postgraduate medical trainees can deliver training sessions on this technique to non healthcare participants.

This course will count towards one of your four compulsory regional teaching days.

 

Medico-Legal Training Day

The Medico-Legal Training Day is a new course which has recently been added to the F2 Regional Teaching Programme. The day is being run by executives from Irwin Mitchell LLP and will be an introduction into medico-legal issues including consent, record keeping and rehabilitation signposting. 
The session will be followed by a free lunch offering you the opportunity to raise further questions and issues directly with the speakers, and to network with your colleagues.

Location: Musgrove Park Academy, Taunton - Somerset

Date & Time: Thursday 28 February 2019, 09:30 to 13:00

Free lunch included!

To book onto the course, please click here to access our MaxCourse Regional Teaching Booking System.

 

52nd Medical Emergencies Course for Trainee Doctors

I work with Professor Mervyn Singer, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University College London helping in the organisation of his Medical Emergencies Courses for Trainee and Junior Doctors.

These CPD-approved, 2-day courses and are aimed at anyone working towards a career in Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics, Surgery and any other speciality where they may need to deal with a medical emergency.

Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd June 2019

The UCH Education Centre, 1st Floor West, 250 Euston Road, London NW1 2PG

To view the outline programme, please click here

Online registrations now open – click here to register

Registration Fee: £295

Registration fees for the course also includes a PDF copy of the presentations given during the course.

Best wishes

Alex

 

Bangor University Health Services Research Summer School Opportunity

School of Health Sciences Health Services Research Summer School
Bangor University, 8th-12th July 2019

Growing excellence in healthcare research is a fundamental priority to ensure that patients benefit from improvements, and care is based on the best available evidence.

Who’s it for?
 
Postgraduate research students/early career researchers who wish to access expert support in healthcare research and methodology

Current Masters level/ PhD student or healthcare practitioners who wish to develop additional research skills and gain new insights into subject-specific research and methodology

Content:

  • The Summer School offers participants a unique opportunity to gain access to internationally renowned experts in a range of topic areas, including complex interventions and their evaluation (including clinical trials); primary care research, realist synthesis and evaluation; health economics, implementation, social care research, public health, ageing and dementia, primary care, language awareness and the service user perspective.
  • Opportunities for networking and development of personal transferable skills
  • Visit an area recently voted 4th best place to visit in the world by ‘The Lonely Planet’
  • The opportunity to present your research in the form of a 10 minute presentation (power-point, oral or poster) and further 5 minutes of questions from other delegates. Prizes awarded for the best presentations!
  • CPD hours
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Summer school dinner with delegates and session leads

Full details are available on the Summer School Website

Book online here. Website and online booking here.

 

CLINICAL ANATOMY AND SURGERY CONFERENCE - CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Gordon Museum, Guys Hospital, London - 13th April 2019

The Alcock Society Annual Conference 2019 welcomes abstracts for Poster and Podium presentations on any topics related to Clinical Anatomy and Clinical Surgery. Deadline 13TH MARCH 2019. 

We are pleased to announce that Professor Harold Ellis CBE, author of the renowned Clinical Anatomy textbook will be speaking on his life in anatomy. We will also be Joined by Professor Farah Bhatti FRCS - who is chair of the RCS Women in Surgery committee for what promises to be an interesting day of talks and presentations 

Professor Susan Standring - editor in chief of Gray's Anatomy, will be assessing and choosing our prize winners!

To submit abstracts and purchase tickets - please visit thealcocksociety.com

Follow us @TASanatomy

any further info - please email thealcocksociety@gmail.com

 

UKFPO Weekly Bulletin

The UKFPO Bulletin has been published onto our website and can be found in the news section via the link below:
http://www.foundationprogramme.nhs.uk/content/news

Kind regards,

UKFPO Team

W. www.foundationprogramme.nhs.uk


Please note that the publicising of courses, conferences and events in this bulletin does not imply endorsement by the Severn Foundation School.