Resources for North West School of Surgery Educational Supervisors
Enhancing Supervision for Postgraduate Doctors in Training
*NEW* - added 25 July 2019
Becoming an Assigned Educational Supervisor (AES) or Clinical Supervisor (CS)
Bullying and Harassment
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh: Anti-Bullying and Undermining Campaign - including an online e-module.
This emodule guides you through the facts, identifies the problem and suggests ways of managing our own behaviour in order to change the surgical culture. CPD accredited. RCSEd online account holders can access the emodule by logging in with your RCSEd account here. Non-RCSEd online account holders will first need to register to create an online RCSEd account here. Once you have registered, you can then log in to complete the emodule with your new RCSEd account here.
The Lead Employer's Respect and Dignity at Work policy can be downloaded from St Helens and Knowsley Hospitals NHS Trust's Lead Employer 'Policies and Forms' page
Care of Private (non-NHS) Patients and Working in non-NHS Settings
Checklist for Supervisor Meetings with Trainees
Claiming Expenses for attending National Recruitment
For the up to date claim form and guidance for claiming expenses for attending National Recruitment as a panel member, please see the "Expenses Claim Form" section of our Policies and Procedures page of our website.
Clinical Supervision of Doctors in Training at Out-Patient Clinics
There are three 'Clutural Awareness for Surgeons' modules available on the JCST/ISCP Youtube channel:
Data Protection and Data Security
An e-learning module on 'Data Security Awareness' can be accessed thorugh HEE's e-learning for Healthcare website.
The Lead Employer's Code of Confidentiality policy can be downloaded from St Helens and Knowsley Hospitals NHS Trust's 'Our policies and procedures' page and there is also a social media policy which can be found on St Helens and Knowsley Hospitals NHS Trust's Lead Employer 'Policies and Forms' page
The Gold Guide is a Reference Guide for Postgraduate Specialty Training in the UK and is applicable to all trainees (StRs) taking up appointments in specialty training which commenced on or after 1 August 2007. The seventh edition was published on 31 January 2018 replaces all previous editions of the Gold Guide with immediate effect and can be downloaded from the COPMeD website.
Guidance on Job Planning for Educational Roles
How to write an AES Report
JCST Quality Indicators
Less Than Full Time (LTFT)
Maintaining High Professional Standards (MHPS)
New 2016 Junior Doctors Contract
Personal Development Plans (PDP)
Trainees must ensure that all reflections in the portfolio and used as evidence for appraisal and revalidation must have any personal information that can identify individuals (including patient identifiers) or organisations removed prior to loading.
*UPDATED* - 5 July 2019
The School of Surgey guidance and documentaion has now been replaced by a single National guidance document.
Please see guidance under the "NW SuppoRTT Guidance" heading on the Supported Return to Training page.
The previous Appendix 1 has now been replaced by the "Pre-Absence Meeting" Form, the previous Appendix 2 has now been replaced by the "Initial Return Meeting" Form, the previous Appendix 3 has now been replaced by the "Review Meeting" Form, and there is now also a "Individualised Action Planner" Form.
Support for Doctors with Mental Health or Addiction Concerns
*NEW* - added 9 October 2019
NHS Practitioner Health is a free and confidential NHS service for doctors and dentists with issues relating to a mental health concern or addiction problem, especially where these may affect their work.
The service is open to any medical or dental practitioners in England, who are GMC or GDC registered, or those looking to return to clinical practice.
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday 8am-2pm
Telephone: 0300 030 3300
Training Support Network
*NEW* - added 6 June 2019
Information on specialist support services for trainee doctors who are experiencing difficulties which may affect their ability to train.
|Cardio-thoracic Surgery||Both (joint meeting)||TBC||TBC|
|Core Surgical Training||Both (joint meeting)||4 March 2020 at 9:00am||Haydock Mercure Hotel|
|General Surgery||East (North Western)||11 March 2020 at 2:00pm||HEE's Manchester office|
|General Surgery||West (Mersey)||1 May 2020 at 9:30am||HEE's Liverpool office|
|Neurosurgery||Both (joint meeting)||1 May 2020019 at 1:00pm||Salford Royal Hospital|
|Oral & Maxillo-facial Surgery||Both (joint meeting)||04 November 2019 at 10:00am||HEE's Liverpool office|
|Otolaryngology (ENT)||Both (joint Meeting)||16 March 2020 at 1:30pm||Alder Hey|
|Paediatric Surgery||Both (joint meeting)||9 January 2020 at 3:00pm||HEE's Manchester office|
|Plastic Surgery||Both (joint meeting)||13 Mardch 2020 at 9:30am||HEE's Liverpool office|
|Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery||East (North Western)||26 March 2020 at 3:00pm||HEE's Manchester office|
|Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery||West (Mersey)||28 November 2019 at 2:00pm||HEE's Liverpool office|
|Urology||East (North Western)||01 May 2020 at 9:30am||HEE's Manchester office|
|Urology||West (Mersey)||9 March 2020 at 9:30am||HEE's Liverpool office|
|Vascular Surgery||Both (joint meeting)||20 January 2020 at 4:00pm||HEE's Manchester office|
Meetings and Events
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Page Last Updated 29 November 2019