Posted November 16th 2021 (12 days ago)

Foundation School Bulletin

F2 REGIONAL TEACHING - ETHICS Course added to MAXCOURSE 10th December 2021 - understanding principles and putting them into clinical practice

A new course has been added to the F2 regional teaching courses available to F2 Trainees on MAXCOURSE.  This Ethics course has been designed to help meet the requirements of the new 2021 Foundation Curriculum.

The day will be run on Microsoft Teams (downloading the app is recommended)

Aims

Interactive session in which you will have the opportunity to discuss cases but also understand theoretical background, with the aim of gaining an overview of ethical theories and their practical applications.

Objectives

To define ethics and distinguish ethics from other similar concepts such as morals and values
To review broad classes of ethical theory
To practice using a 4-stage checklist to analyse real-life problems.

Learning outcomes

This course links with the following Foundation Professional Capabilities (FPCs):

FP Curriculum 2021 -HLO3 FPC11

SPACES ARE LIMITED SO BOOK NOW!

 

Core Surgical Training 2022 Application Webinar Series

A series of webinars targeting the core surgical training applicants of 2022 organised by current surgical trainees.

REGISTER FREE AT
https://forms.gle/qdtT1zekEWi7gYtP9

ksscst2021@gmail.com

 

 

SPEAKERS

Dr Ramla Ali
Dr Elizabeth Vincent
CT1 General Surgery, EKHUFT
Dr Mohamed Swamad
Dr Marwa Badawi
CT1 General Surgery, ESHT

Co-ordinated by Dr Atiqur Rahman, CT1 Urology, ESHT

MODERATORS

Mr Ash Subramanian
Consultant Oncoplastic Surgeon
ESHT
Ms Jessica Evans
Consultant Colorectal and General Surgeon
EKHUFT

Save the Date & Call for Abstract Submission - NES Annual Virtual Conference 2022

Following on the growing success of this event, NES is delighted to confirm that it will be hosting the Annual Conference virtually over two days on Wednesday 27 & Thursday 28 April 2022.

 

We are now also inviting submissions for 1-hour seminars, submissions are welcome from across the NHS, integration authorities, voluntary and partner organisations, and other public or private sector organisations.

For the conference in 2022 we are looking for a broad range of abstract submissions that would be of interest to a multi professional audience and also a targeted audience as per below. 

 

Multiprofessional

Medical Education

Dental Education 

Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Professionals

 

Closing date for Submissions is Friday 7 January 2022

A copy of the Seminar Session Abstract Submission Form has been sent with your Bulletin available email.

 

For any queries please contact nes.conference@nhs.scot

 

The meeting is sponsored by NHS Education for Scotland, and there will be no charge for participation. Further details on the programme and how to register will follow.

 

The Conference Team
NHS Education for Scotland
Westport 102
West Port
Edinburgh, EH3 9DN