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|Health Education England - Learning for Healthcare
||Health Education England's e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) programme has launched an e-learning resource that helps describes the role of clinical and educational supervisors and how they work with postgraduate medical trainees employed under the new 2016 contract. The e-learning supports educational and clinical supervisors in understanding their role and how they can support their trainees under the new contract. The e-learning session is designed to support educational and clinical supervisors but is relevant to all those involved in the management of trainees, including trainees themselves. The development of this e-learning session involved both NHS Employers and the British Medical Association.
Educational and clinical supervisors have always held a critical role in relation to the appropriate appraisal, assessment and support of trainees. The 2016 contract provides a structured method for them to raise issues about their working and learning environment through exception reports. The responsibility of educational and clinical supervisors has not changed with the introduction of this contract, however, some of the policies and processes that surround the role may differ, specifically around the introduction of work scheduling and exception reporting. These changes will provide a clearer structure through which supervisors can resolve issues raised by trainees they are responsible for, and will require all supervisors to have knowledge of the processes and how to work with them to navigate and support.
The session describes how educational and clinical supervisors work together to deliver the functions defined by the new contract. Examples are worked through demonstrating how supervisors work with trainees to personalise generic work schedules and how this may operate across different training programmes. There are also examples of how exception reports are managed by educational and clinical supervisors and how these may relate to workplace reviews.These are new activities which should serve to strengthen the ability of the educational and clinical supervisors in ensuring the integrity of training programmes
Professor Wendy Reid, Director of Education and Quality, Health Education England, said:
"This new resource is a timely addition to Health Education England's e-Learning for Healthcare catalogue. To explain the role of educational and clinical supervisors and how they work with and support postgraduate medical trainees, including the processes under the new contract, is welcomed. We hope the new processes will strengthen the role of educational and clinical supervisors in supporting trainees and in turn improve their working lives."To access the e-learning click here
|The Royal College of Radiologists
||Postgraduate Certificates in Medical EducationThe Royal College of Radiologists is launching a new distance learning module for Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Oncology. The module has been developed in collaboration with the University of Dundee and, along with the Radiology module launched last year, forms part of a PGCert in Medical Education.
The PGCME is designed for trainee and consultant radiologists and oncologists with an interest in developing their careers in medical education, as well as for any other health care professionals who teach these specialties.
The next entry points for new students are in May 2017. Members and Fellows of the College in good standing will be eligible for a 10% discount on the course fees. You can find more information on the Radiology or the Oncology pages of the RCR website.
|University of Exeter
||Stepping up to Paediatric and Adult Allergy Friday 30 June 2017, 9.00am – 4.30pm. Xfi Building, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter
|MSK RADIOLOGY 4U
||MSK RADIOLOGY 4U has launched a free teaching app, which is a collection of over 3000 cases.This is available on iPhone, iPad, android and notebooks as well as a website www.mskradiology4u.co.uk.
RCGP - General Practice Specialty Training: making it happen
|The RCGP has published a new edition of this practical guide for trainers and clinical and educational supervisors. Edited by Sanjiv Ahluwalia and Abdol Tavabie, it includes contributions from highly experienced individuals renowned in this field.This authoritative book supports both trainees and their trainers in understanding and delivering the curriculum and assessment requirements for completion of GP specialty training and is a key resource for anyone involved in supporting future GPs.Full details can be found on the RCGP website.
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