Posted December 2nd 2020 (2 months ago)

Foundation School Bulletin

New Foundation Feed

Dear Trainees,

An FDAB rep has set up a "Telegram" (a mobile app) feed, which streamlines posts from the UKFPO, HEE and other stakeholders' social media accounts to ensure Foundation doctors are kept up to date.

https://t.me/foundationfeed

UKFPO Bulletin

Dear Trainees,

Please see below the latest link for the UKFPO bulletin

https://foundationprogramme.nhs.uk/category/news/

Life, Health & Leadership - Building a better, healthier NHS with Leaders with Disabilities

Join us and Dr Christine Rivers and Coach-Speaker-Author Rasheed Ogunlaru for inspiring and empowering masterclass and discussion.

An event targeted at people living with long term health conditions, mental health issues and disabilities* and are considering or already undertaking leadership roles. Influenced by Disability History Month (18 November to 18 December) we want to help you think about your own history and what this means for your leadership future.

Have you wanted to take a leadership role but wondered how your health would cope with the demands? Are you currently in a leadership role managing your own boundaries to keep your health conditions at bay and wondering how this will impact your career? Would you like to spend some time reflecting on how your personal lived experience gives you the tools to help us build a culture of inclusion? If you answered yes to any of these questions this event is for you.

This event will consider our culture of ableism and how we as individuals and collectively can help unpick it. We will consider some of the evidence, national strategies and our personal stories to start a conversation around how we create a healthier NHS.

* Are you wondering if your health conditions fit the inclusion criteria for this event? If it impacts the way you live and work, yes it does.

To book your place please click here: https://healtheducationyh.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/life-health-leadership-7-december-2020

ARCP Webinar

A webinar on ARCPs is being held for doctors in training on Wednesday 16 December at 19:00. The webinar will provide feedback on the ARCP experience survey undertaken during the first wave of the pandemic, an update on latest guidance/processes and live Q&As.

The webinar will be led by Dr Phil Bright – West Midlands Head of School of Medicine, and Professor Jane Mamelok - North West Regional Postgraduate Dean, supported by Dr Vidushi Golash and Dr Raees Lunat - National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellows and a representative from the GMC.

Questions can be submitted in advance for answering on the webinar.

Link to webinar

Ask questions in advance

In addition HEE has released an update entitled ‘Enabling Programme at ARCP’ which will see the agreed more flexible arrangements and derogations for ARCPs being extended until at least September 2021. Please click here to access.

National Foundation Doctors Presentation Day Virtual Conference – Friday 15 January 2021

Registration for general delegates to attend the National Foundation Doctors Presentation Day on Friday 15th January 2021 is now open. If you would like to attend, please register here, where you can also find a draft programme of the day.

Thank you to those who submitted abstracts. We had a fantastic response, and the window for abstract submissions is now closed. Successful applicants have been contacted individually to register.

Please direct any queries to sevfoundation.sw@hee.nhs.uk.