Curriculum Delivery and Teaching

Please see the information below for courses currently available in Yorkshire and the Humber.

Further information regarding curriculum delivery and teaching can be found on the individual specialty homepages.

 

Courses at St James’s University Hospital

All courses can be booked via the following website: www.medicaleducationleeds.com

For further information please contact Angela Jackson the Course Administrator on 0113 2067264 or angela.jackson13@nhs.net 

Title

Dates

Audience

Synopsis

Course fee

Central Venous Catheter Insertion

 

Half Day 8.30 am - 12.30pm

Thursday, 26th April

 

Thursday, 28th June

 

Thursday, 13th Sept

 

Tuesday, 4th Dec

 

CT1 & CT2 but other grades are able to apply

The aim of this course is to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need in order to safely prepare for and insert central venous catheters.

£100.00

Title

Date

Audience

Synopsis

Course fee

Leeds Seldinger Chest Drain Course

 

Half Day 8.30am - 1.00pm

Friday, 20th April

 

Friday, 6th July

 

Friday, 28th Sept

 

Friday, 23rd Nov

 

CT1 & CT2 but other grades are able to apply

The aim of this course is to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need in order to safely prepare and insert a chest drain using a Seldinger technique.

£100.00

Title

Date

Audience

Synopsis

Course fee

Joint Injection Simulation Course

 

Full Day 9.30am - 4.00pm

Thursday, 27th Sept

Rheumatology trainees ST3/ST4

GP VTS trainees

General Practitioners

General medical trainees with an interest in joint injection

 

 

Lecture based teaching to go over the up to date basics of injection techniques, followed by practical session.

£100.00

Title

Date

Audience

Synopsis

Course fee

Lumbar Puncture & Ascitic Drain

 

Half Day 8.30am - 1.00pm

Tuesday, 20th March

 

Tuesday, 25th Sept

 

Tuesday, 6th Nov

CT1 & CT2 but other grades are able to apply

An interactive & practical combined skills course including presentations, practice sessions and observed procedures.

£100.00

Title

Date

Audience

Synopsis

Fee

Medical Registrars Procedural Skills Refresher Course

 

Half Day:

9.00am - 12.45pm

or 1.00pm - 5.00pm

Tuesday, 29th May (am)

 

Tuesday, 5th June (pm)

 

Tuesday, 23rd Oct (am)

 

Tuesday, 30th Oct (pm)

ST3 and above.

The course provides the opportunity for Registrars to revalidate their technical skill competencies and improve trainee confidence in performing procedures found in both the acute & general internal medicine curriculums.

 

£100.00 (free to Y&H trainees)

 

 

BSMS Internal Medicine Course

Internal Medicine course (MSc - PGDip - PGCert)

Run in partnership with educators, commissioners and practitioners from throughout the region, the course has support from Health Education Kent, Surrey, and Sussex (HEKSS). It provides a rounded education in internal medicine, including current advances in medical sciences and their application in the clinical arena. Students will gain a detailed understanding of core research methodologies, critical evaluation, evidence-based approaches and the pathophysiology of conditions of clinical interest.

The course is designed for medical trainees interested in professional and academic development in the field of internal medicine. 

Please click here for a short information leaflet 

Please click here for the Brighton & Sussex Medical School Website with more information

Sir Ernest Finch Fellowship

Please click here for a link to the poster 

The Sir Ernest Finch Fellowship which helps fund ST3+ trainees to present their research in the UK and overseas with funding of £1,000 for an international oral presentation, £500 for an international poster and £250 for a UK oral presentation.

The secretary for this trust is Dr SH Song, Consultant Physician and Diabetologist, their Secretary can be contacted on 0114 2714976

 

Conference and Presentation Opportunity APMJ

Message from APMJ Conference for Core Medical, Core Surgical, Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics, ACCS, GP Trainees

 The Association of Palliative Care Juniors Conference 2018

The APMJ consists of medical students and pre-speciality doctors who have an interest in palliative medicine. We hold an annual conference involving many speakers, workshops and poster presentations which has received excellent feedback in previous years.

 

We have an exciting range of speakers and workshops this year and also have a poster and oral presentation competition which would allow doctors to present their work at our conference. 

 

We would be grateful if you could send both posters and the abstract submission form (attached) to the pre-speciality doctors. These would primarily be Foundation Doctors, GP Trainees, Core Medical Trainees, Core Surgical Trainees, ACCS, Emergency Medicine and Core Anaesthetic Trainees however any doctors pre-ST3 would be able to attend and enter into our presentation competition. 

 

Any queries please feel free to email me on this address conference.apmj@gmail.com and I will respond asap. 

Please click here for:
Entry

Abstract Poster

Ticket Prices

Thank you for your help.

Best Wishes, 

 

Charlotte

 

Dr. Charlotte Lee

Publicity Officer

APM Juniors Sub-Committee 2018 

The Workplace and Me Teaching Sessions

Please click here for an information poster 

The Workplace and Me is a one day mandatory training session for FY2 doctors which incorporates resilience and wellbeing (half day). We are looking for interested individuals to be involved in the delivery of this teaching. The session are held in locations across Yorkshire and the Humber. Train the trainers sessions are available on the following dates (or on a mutually convenient date):

24 / 27 September 2018

8 / 11 / 12 October 2018

15 / 18 / 19 October 2018

2 / 19 / 26 November (in Leeds only)

QI Support Sessions

-Message on Behlaf of Claire Cruikshanks-

Please click here for a poster 

I am one of the new quality improvement fellows, also a junior doctor. We are trying to improve(!) junior doctors’ involvement in the STH QI programmes.                                              

We have reserved spaces on the 2 day QI course for junior doctors; it is free, and excellent!!

Following this I’ll be offering project support sessions to enable you to achieve your QI goals!

  • The dates are:
    • 13 & 14 September
    • 18 & 19 October
    • 15 & 16 November
    • 13 & 14 December     

 

The website is: http://www.sheffieldmca.org.uk/the-two-day-course

My email address is: claire.cruikshanks@sth.nhs.uk

Please get in touch about this or any other QI needs

 

St Andrew’s Festival Symposium

Updates on Acute Medicine Symposium | Live Webstream Manchester

Thursday 28 – Friday 29 November

Venue: The Studio Manchester, The Hive, 51 Lever Street, Manchester, M1 1FN

The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh’s annual festival symposium, Updates on Acute Medicine, will be livestreamed to Manchester and bookings are now open. Covering the breadth of medicine and its specialties, this popular two-day event will feature the following topics:

·         Under pressure: managing the acute take during a major incident

·         How to prepare for the next pandemic

·         Understanding the 'human' factor

·         A world of education

·         Resolving conflict in healthcare​

·         Wearables in medicine

CPD Credits: 10

To view the full programme and book your place, please visit The Royal College of Physicians website.

To view the programme please click here 

X