An augmented version of the report.
The purpose of the Supported Return to Training (SuppoRTT) Guidance is to enhance the experience of doctors returning to clinical practice, enabling them to regain their confidence and previously required skills quickly and safely, significantly benefiting patient safety and quality of care.
On this page you can access presentations and resources from the 2019 Spring Educators Training and Development Event, which took place at Lancaster House Hotel on 22nd and 23rd May 2019.
These presentations were delivered during the seminars at the NW KIT Event on 12th June 2019 at St Helens R.F.C. The event was for trainees who are currently taking time out of training.
These slides have generic information on HEE (NW): its structures, schools, processes and links. They are for the induction of senior educators joining HEE (NW), including DDs, ADs, HoS, TPDs, DMEs, FPDs, etc. Supplementary material can be added depending on recipient and role. If you would like a copy of the PowerPoint version of this…
This resource pack is designed to support developmental conversations about leadership between trainees and supervisors in postgraduate training. The pack is based on the nine dimensions of the Healthcare Leadership Model (HLM), and it can be used in its entirety or to complement existing leadership or management training programmes.
Annual North West Postgraduate Medical & Dental – Education & Leadership Conference, 21st September 2018 | Haydock Racecourse
Thank you for attending our conference, we hope you enjoyed the day and benefited from the experience. Available below are content and resources from the conference, please keep checking this page as we have more to add. Workshop H, David McDonnell – An introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and its use in education, did not…
Below is our list of the most important books in the literature of the consultation. However it is a very personal list and you will not need to have read a single word of any of these to gain value form the course.
Dr Jane Mamelok, Deputy Dean for Primary Medical Care and Public Health, attended and presented at the 17th Ottawa Conference on 19th – 23rd March 2016 in Perth, Western Australia. This report lays out the key learning from the event.