Ethics Regional Teaching - 10th June
Please see below details of an Ethics Teaching Day available to book onto through Maxcourse:
Ethics – understanding principles and putting them into clinical practice - 10th June
Interactive session in which you will have the opportunity to discuss cases but also understand theoretical background
SusQI focus groups
The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare would like to invite anyone who has engaged in Sustainability in Quality Improvement (SusQI) education to take part in an interview. This will allow us to evaluate the SusQI framework and explore barriers and enablers to undertaking SusQI projects in the clinical workplace. This will also allow us to improve the toolkit and support translation to the clinical context.
Interviews will be arranged at a time convenient for you via zoom or MS Teams and should last no longer than 30 minutes.
How to take part
If you would like to take part in an interview please email sustainability fellow Dr Carlos Siganporia at email@example.com
This research is part of the evaluation of the SusQI Education Project funded by Health Education England, The Health Foundation and Kings College London. The evaluation is being conducted in collaboration with the Medical Education Research Unit at Imperial College. If you would like to find out more about the project please visit https://www.susqi.org/susqi-education-project
The SusQI Education Project Team
Cross-sectional survey Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery
Please see below a cross-sectional study/survey on how much exposure junior doctors receive in Oral/Maillofacial Surgery, during both medical school training and during the foundation programme.
Please see below a survey which would provide very important information to help with future curriculum planning within this speciality. Please see a link to the survey below, which is a google forms survey that should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete.