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Posted March 20th 2020 (9 months ago)

National Lead Dean Guidance re SL and Covid-19

Dear Colleague

As we prepare for the impact of COVID 19 a number of queries have come to us with regards to HEE’s approach to study leave. Please be advised that the position is as follows:

Impact of Coronavirus On Study Leave for Doctors in Training

Trainees should endeavour to obtain a refund for any pre-booked expenses. If they unable to do so we will honour the claim, but they should provide evidence when they submit their claim that the expense was non-refundable.

All requests for study leave time not taken during the outbreak will be properly considered by the employers and Postgraduate deans and will be subject to the need to maintain NHS services, and training requirements for completion of programmes.

We are asking all parties to be flexible both during and after this difficult time.

HEE will be developing a set of FAQs to help manage the queries that are arising.

If there are unresolved queries please contact us via Study Leave (SW); StudyLeave.SW@hee.nhs.uk for our Postgraduate Dean to review.

 

Posted October 3rd 2019 (1 year ago)

ARCPs - HEE guide for trainees

Please follow the link for an animation providing a short & simple guide for trainees and trainers on how the ARCP process works.

https://specialtytraining.hee.nhs.uk/arcp

 

Posted September 10th 2019 (1 year ago)

Recruitment Open Evening for CT1 in ACCS (Emergency Medicine, Acute Medicine, ICM & Anaesthesia) & Core Anaesthesia

f you are interested in a career in ACCS (including Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care, Acute Medicine and Anaesthetics) and/or training in Core Anaesthetics then you are warmly invited to attend this open evening on 13th November 2019 from 5.15 - 7 pm at HEE SW HQ, Park House, Bristol.

The evening is an excellent opportunity to learn about the core training routes available to you and help you prepare for submitting applications and attending interviews.

The evening is an informal affair with opportunity to ask lots of questions.

If you are considering applying for ACCS or Core Anaesthetics, now or in the future, we’d love to see you.

To book a place please do so via the Events tab.

Posted September 24th 2018 (2 years ago)

ACCS (Emergency Medicine, Acute Medicine, ICM & Anaesthesia) & Core Anaesthesia Recruitment Open Evening

If you are interested in a career in ACCS (including Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care, Acute Medicine and Anaesthetics) and/or training in Core Anaesthetics then you are warmly invited to attend this open evening on Thursday 15th November 2019 at 5.15 pm in the L&R Building, Southmead Hospital, Bristol.

The evening is an excellent opportunity to learn about the training routes available to you and help you prepare for submitting applications and attending interviews.

The evening is an informal affair with opportunity to ask lots of questions.

If you are considering applying for ACCS or Core Anaesthetics, now or in the future, we’d love to see you.  Please book a place via the Events tab.

Posted January 12th 2018 (3 years ago)

ST3 in Anaesthesia Recruitment Open Evening

The Severn School of Anaesthesia are holding an open evening for 2018 recruitment to ST3 level posts.

This event will take place on Tuesday 6th February 2018 at Severn PGME HQ, Deanery House, Vantage Office Park, Hambrook, Bristol.

If you are interested in applying to Severn for the August 2018 cohort, or for some time in the future, you are welcome to attend.

Please arrive from 5.00pm for a prompt start at 5.30pm.  

If you would like to attend this event, please register via the events tab.

 

Posted November 20th 2015 (5 years ago)

Joint Peninsula & Severn ICM STC Meeting - Cancelled

The Joint Peninsula & Severn ICM STC Meeting due to be held on 1st December, has been cancelled and rearranged to take place on 9th February 2016 at Taunton & Pickeridge Golf Club

Posted April 28th 2015 (6 years ago)

Relocation Expenses contact Information

Relocation Expenses Trust Contact Information

 

Please see the table below for contact details within respective trusts relating to Relocation Expenses.

 

First Name Second name Trust Trust E-Mail Address
Nina Bosssa-Lubugumu RD&E nina.bossa@nhs.net
Susan Roy NDHCT susanroy@nhs.net
Debbie Salter TST debbie.salter@tst.nhs.uk
Ann Livermore RCHT ann.livermore@rcht.cornwall.nhs.uk
Frances Greenwood PHNT plh-tr.DoctorsRelocation@nhs.net
Kelly Ebdon SDHCT kelly.ebdon@nhs.net

 

 

 

 

Posted September 2nd 2014 (6 years ago)

SWPC

7th November at Education Centre the Annual South West Paediatric Club Meeting, see "Events" tab for details

Posted August 29th 2014 (6 years ago)

Winners

After a successful and enjoyable evening at the school awards dinner, I am pleased to congratulate the following people who were nominated and won:

Wen Yi Ding for Research and Audit
Eve Bassett for Personal Contribution
Tom Jerrom for Clinical Ability
Daphin Fernandez for Educational Supervisor
David Evans, David Odd and Russell Peek for best teaching day to ST1-3
Simon Bedwani for best teaching day to ST4-5
Frances Hutchings for best teaching day to ST6-8

well done everyone and thanks to all those who were able to come along and make this such a successful celebration of our schools excellence.

Posted August 28th 2014 (6 years ago)

Advert for Severn School of Surgery Simulation Fellow--An Exciting Opportunity for ST3+ trainees!

(See below job description.)

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter (explaining why you're interested in the position, what skill set you would bring to the role, etc.) to Mr. Coulston at jamescoulston@yahoo.oc.uk

For any questions about the role, please contact Mr. Coulston at jamescoulston@yahoo.oc.uk or 07974 446 335

The deadline for applications is 10th of September, 2014.

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

JobTitle:

Severn School of Surgery Surgical Simulation and Non-Technical Skills Fellow

Background:

The School if Surgery is committed to high quality training of core and higher specialty trainees across the Severn deanery. Simulation training in all its different forms is key to this and remains at the centre of the principles behind the core trainees training programme and also in the provision of other training opportunities for junior surgeons.

This new post will work alongside the Lead for Skills and Courses (Currently Mr James Coulston, Consultant Vascular Surgeon) to be the focus for simulation training across all the School of Surgery.

The post:

Working collaboratively the post holder will develop a clear strategy in the development of courses and programmes to improve Patient Safety for both core and higher surgical trainees. There are a number of potential plans in process and suitable scheme will be developed further depending on the fellow sub-specialty interest, skill set and experience.

The Simulation fellow will participate in the delivery of our core trainee training programme teaching in clinical skills, simulation and non-technical skills training.

There is an expectation the fellow will provide teaching on:

  • Human factors courses
  • Core surgical / core T&O surgical skills days (depending on experience)
  • Core knowledge days
  • Interview and communications skills days
  • Medical education and teaching skills days.

There will be an expectation that the post holder will be able to attend relevant meetings on various aspects of medical education and patient safety improvement initiative and will be encouraged to submit research in the field of medical simulation to national meetings. There is also an expectation that, if not already achieved, further postgraduate study in medical education/simulation is undertaken during the post.

The development of surgical simulation and non-technical skills programmes across the School of Surgery will be a key part of the fellow’s role and there is large scale scope for innovation and new ways of teaching and learning.

For service provision, the post holder will be accountable to Lead for Skills and Courses (Mr James Coulston) at School of Surgery. Also work collaboratively with all faculty but specifically head of school, training programme directors and human factors lead.

Out of hours (on-call) work at regional hospitals can be arranged in chosen surgical specialty as required.

The curriculum for the Medical training programme is laid down by external bodies, The Royal Colleges, the General Medical Council (GMC) and Local Educational Training Board (LETB), as are the required methods of assessment and desired competencies. The post holder will be expected to liaise with trainers and trainees, maintain training records and assist in the assessment of competencies as required by the GMC and LETB and the Royal Colleges.

Logistics:

This is a 12 month post. Annual leave entitlement is 32 days as per national scales and deanery policies (available on request) for sickness.

This post is only available internally – To surgical trainees within the School of Surgery (regardless of surgical speciality).

Pay and registration: Fellows must continue to be registered with the General Medical Council. The salary for this post (excluding on-call) is £30,000 gross with £550 study leave budget.

Accountability: Fellow will report to Lead for Skills and training and Head of School.

Appraisal and educational monitoring: The fellow will undergo a full educational appraisal process and all documentation regarding the time out of programme must be completed and submitted to relevant TPD in due course. TPD consent for OOP working is vital. It is envisaged that this post will be taken up as an OOPE and support will be provided to allow this to happen.

Equal Opportunities:

The school of surgery is committed to the concept of Equal Opportunities, which is detailed in the organisation’s Equality and Diversity Procedure. You are required to fulfil your responsibilities under this Policy and to ensure that no individual receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of their gender, marital status, disability, religion, creed, colour, race, ethnic, national origin, HIV status, age, social background, trade union membership or non-membership and is not placed at a disadvantage by requirements or conditions which cannot be shown to be justifiable.

 

Person Specification:

 

1) Qualifications/Training

Essential
Full/Limited/Provisional GMC Registration

MB BS (or equivalent medical qualification)

MRCS

Desirable
‘Training the Trainers’ Course or similar

Simulation Instructor training course

Postgraduate qualification in medical education

2) Experience

Essential
On School of Surgery training scheme

ST3+

3) Clinical Skills/Knowledge/Understanding

Essential
Clinical skills and knowledge appropriate for level of training and has completed an appropriate number of work place assessments or DOPS, anaes-CEX, CBDs and MSF

Log book up to date

Awareness of limitations, seeks help appropriately

Undertaken audit or research projects in last 2 years.

Desirable
Experience of medical simulation either as candidate or instructor

Instructor of ALS/ATLS/EPLS or similar

Knowledge of Human Factors training.

4) Other Requirements

Essential
Good communication skills, both oral and written

Excellent organisational skills

Initiative and motivation

Indication of relevance of this post and career development

 

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