Core Neonatal & Simulation Training

Lead Tutors

  • Dr Chakrapani Vasudevan - Bradford Teaching Hospitals
  • Dr Liz McKechnie  -  Leeds Teaching Hospital
  • Dr Helen Dyson - Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Jessop Wing)

Teaching begins at 09:00 prompt.  Please ensure  you arrive in good time for teaching.

If you are unable to attend the session allocated you must arrange a swap & let Vicky know once a swap is confirmed. Under no circumstance should you just turn up at a session.  Tutors work their programmes around the numbers given by Vicky and it may result in you being turned away from the session if your name is not on the register.

Day 1 First Run Day 2 First Run Day 1 Second Run Day 2 Second Run
3rd Oct 2019 4th Oct 2019 16th Dec 2019 17th Dec 2019

Med Ed & Sim Centre,

R Floor,

Royal Hallamshire

Med Ed & Sim Centre,

R Floor,

Royal Hallamshire

PEC 2

Martin Wing,

LGI

PEC 2

Martin Wing,

LGI

Programme Programme Programme Programme

Muhammad Akhtar

Lydia Baldwin

Laura Cooper

Katie Deaton

Henry Du Fresne

Benjamin Hughes

Ruth Kwasaba

Nikita Lal

Neil Lawrence

Iain Marshall

Aaron Phua

Laura Reeks

Kristen Roberts (day 1 only)

Lucy Summers

Cadi Thomas

Sarah Webb

Louise Wilson

Ahmed Zeidan 

Muhammad Akhtar

Lydia Baldwin

Laura Cooper

Katie Deaton

Henry Du Fresne

Benjamin Hughes

Ruth Kwasaba

Nikita Lal

Neil Lawrence

Iain Marshall

Aaron Phua

Laura Reeks

Lucy Summers

Cadi Thomas

Sarah Webb

Louise Wilson

Ahmed Zeidan

Valentini Anastasiadou

Roisin Borrill

Christine Chiong

Ferdows Eskandari

Charlotte Fowles

Aliza Imam

Naaziabee Khaderoo

Alexandra Large

Thomas Lovering

Megan Lynn

Michael Nwosu

Jennifer Orr

Daniel Roberts

Georgina Scarff

Abigail Spilioti

Rebecca Stephens

Juliet Stone

Vicky Thornley

 

Valentini Anastasiadou 

Roisin Borrill

Christine Chiong

Ferdows Eskandari

Charlotte Fowles

Aliza Imam

Naaziabee Khaderoo

Alexandra Large

Thomas Lovering

Megan Lynn

Michael Nwosu

Jennifer Orr

Imogen Paul (day 2 only)

Daniel Roberts

Kristen Roberts (day 2 only)

Georgina Scarff

Abigail Spilioti

Rebecca Stephens

Juliet Stone

Vicky Thornley

                                               Only 8 trainees per session

SIM DAY

First Run

SIM Day

Second Run

SIM Day

Third Run

SIM Day

Fourth Run

4th Nov 2019 14th Nov 2019 15th Nov 2019 10th Dec 2019

Martin Wing, G Floor, LGI

This session is FULL

Med Ed & Sim Centre,

R Floor,

Royal Hallamshire

 

Med Ed & Sim Centre,

R Floor,

Royal Hallamshire

 

Martin Wing,

G Floor,

LGI

Programme Programme Programme Programme

Ayoade Adesina

Muhammad Akhtar

Katie Deaton

Aliza Imam

Naaziabee Khaderoo

Jennifer Orr

Laura Reeks

Abigail Soul

Lydia Baldwin

Laura Cooper

Thomas Lovering

Megan Lynn

Iain Marshall

Cadi Thomas

Henry Du Fresne

Ruth Kwasaba

Aaron Phua

Georgina Scarff

Diamantina Spilloti

Sarah Webb

Louise Wilson

Nikita Lal

Alexandra Large

Kristen Roberts

Rebecca Stephens

Juliet Stone

Vicky Thornley

Ahmed Zeidan

 

SIM Day

Fifth Run

SIM Day

Sixth Run

10th Jan 2020 13th Feb 2020

Sim Centre, Field House Education Centre

Bradford Royal Infirmary

Sim Centre, Field House Education Centre

Bradford Royal Infirmary

Programme Programme

Roisin Borrill

Ferdows Eskandari

James McTaggart

Michael Nwosu

Imogen Paul

 

Valentini Anastasiadou

Christine Chiong

Charlotte Fowles

Benjamin Hughes

Neil Lawrence

Daniel Roberts

Lucy Summers

 

The overall objectives of this unit are to:

 

 

  • have the knowledge and skills to be able to assess and initiate management of babies presenting in the neonatal period
  • with problems (in acute, postnatal ward and outpatient settings) 
  • have be able to examine the newborn baby appropriately and with sensitivity
  • be able to perform an accurate assessment of the baby at birth
  • be able to initiate appropriate resuscitation when required
  • know and understand the effects of antenatal and perinatal events on outcome
  • know and understand the pathophysiology of the effects of prematurity
  • be able to recognise and outline the management of common disorders
  • be able to initiate diagnostic tests for common disorders
  • understand the principles of mechanical ventilation and resuscitation
  • be able to perform a reliable assessment of fluid status and initiate appropriate fluid management
  • understand the principles of parenteral nutrition
  • understand the principles and importance of nutrition in the neonatal period
  • have experience of basic practical procedures and tests and be able to understand the results
  • understand the life-threatening nature of some of these situations and when to call for help or look for personal support
  • know when and how babies are transferred for specialist levels of intensive care
  • understand the implications for families of babies with neonatal problems
  • begin to develop strategies to communicate sympathetically with parents
  • understand the long-term sequelae of prematurity and begin to recognise those at risk
Advanced Clinical Teaching

Lead Tutors

  • Dr Rajib Lodh & Marek Bohm- Leeds Teaching Hospitals (Days 1, 2, & 3)                 
  • Dr Santosh Sundararajan - Leeds Teaching Hospitals (Days 4, 5, 6 & 7)
  • Dr Ala Fadilah & Dr Min Ong - Sheffield Children's Hospital (Day 1)
  • Dr Sarah Gough - Sheffield Children's Hospital (Day 2)
  • Dr Emma Astwood - Sheffield Children's Hospital (Day 3)
  • Dr Charlotte Elder - Sheffield Children's Hospital  (Day 4)
  • Dr Arun Urs - Sheffield Children's Hospital (Day 5)
  • Dr Rupa Taleakr - Sheffield Children's Hospital (Day 6)
  • Dr Grace Ehidiamhen - Sheffield Children's Hospital (Day 7)

Teaching begins at 09:00 prompt unless stated otherwise.  Please ensure  you arrive in good time for teaching.

If you are unable to attend the session allocated you must arrange a swap & let Vicky know once a swap is confirmed. Under no circumstance should you just turn up at a session.  Tutors work their programmes around the numbers given by Vicky and it may result in you being turned away from the session if your name is not on the register.

 

Advanced Clinical

Day 1(a)

 

Advanced Clinical

Day 1(b)

 

Advanced Clinical

Day 2(a)

 

Advanced Clinical 

Day 2(b)

 

Advanced Clinical 

Day 3(a)

 

Advanced Clinical 

Day 3(b)

 

Programme Programme Programme Programme Programme Programme
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

Advanced 

Clinical 

Day 4(a)

 

Advanced

Clinical 

Day 4(b)

 

Advanced

Clinical 

Day 5(a)

 

Advanced 

Clinical 

Day 5(b)

 

Advanced 

Clinical 

Day 6(a)

 

Advanced

Clinical 

Day 6(b)

 

 

Programme

 

Programme Programme Programme Programme Programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced Clinical

Day 7(a)

 

Advanced Clinical

Day 7(b)

 

Programme Programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

The overall objectives of this unit are to:

 

  • have knowledge and understanding of the pathophysiology of common disorders affecting the nervous system
  • know and understand the common causes of disability
  • understand concepts of disability and what this means for the child and family
  • have the knowledge and skills to be able to initiate management of children with neurological and neurodisabling conditions in acute settings and know when and whom to call for help
  • understand the life-threatening nature of acute neurological deterioration and when to call for help
  • be able to recognise, initiate diagnostic tests and outline the management of common neurological disorders
  • understand the implications for families of children with neurological and neurodisabling conditions
  • be able to examine the eye and recognise those abnormalities which require urgent referral or treatment.
  • have the knowledge and skills to be able to assess and initiate management of patients presenting with musculo-skeletal problems.
  • have the knowledge and skills to be able to assess and initiate management of patients presenting with diabetes, growth or endocrine presentations in inpatient and outpatient settings
  • know the common clinical presentations of metabolic disease including encephalopathy, neurodevelopmental regression, muscle weakness, visceromegaly and failure to thrive
  • be able to examine the eye and recognise those abnormalities which require urgent referral or treatment.
  • have the knowledge and skills to be able to assess and initiate management of patients presenting with ENT problems in acute and outpatient settings
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