The GMC has prepared a set of slides to support the launch of the new standards which our education partners can use to introduce the new standards to trainers and others involved in educating and training medical students and doctors. It is recommend that these are looked at conjunction with the FAQs for full background details.
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These standards produced by the General Medical Council (GMC) set out requirements for the management and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and training.
These standards come into effect on 1 January 2016 and will supersede the previous standards in Tomorrow’s Doctors and The Trainee Doctor.
Please visit the GMC website to download a copy of this document or click on the resource link below.
Rainy Brain Sunny Brain is the work of Professor Elaine Fox in Oxford, and has lots of relevant themes. Her website enables you to self-assess your optimism score and various other things www.rainybrainsunnybrain.com
Here you will find answers to the questions that are asked most about the recognition of Clinical and Educational Supervisors.
A short video about resilience and managing stress in the healthcare workplace.
In January 2015 HENW reviewed the major Royal College Curriculla for Medical Leadership content.
HEE (NW)'s policy on the recognition of SAS doctors as named Clinical and Educational Supervisors is set out here.
These slides have generic information on HEE (NW): its structures, schools, processes and links.
They are for the induction of senior educators joining HEE (NW), including DDs, ADs, HoS, TPDs, DMEs, FPDs, etc.
Supplementary material can be added depending on recipient and role.
Mentoring is a role that includes coaching, but also embraces broader counselling and support, such as career counselling (Landsberg 1996). Having said that, it is very important as a mentor, to recognise your boundaries with the counselling arena.