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This website aims to support doctors and dentists in applying for specialty training posts in the NHS within the United Kingdom, and to provide information on changes to the recruitment and training process.
Find it at: http://specialtytraining.hee.nhs.uk/
This year's event was held on 17th & 18th May at Lancaster House Hotel. The audience was made up of Deputy and Associate Deans and other HEE (NW) staff, DMEs, HoS, TPDs and MEMs.
Please find attached the programme from the event along with presentations from the various sessions.
On this page you can access presentations and resources from the 2019 Spring Educators Training and Development Event, which took place at Lancaster House Hotel on 22nd and 23rd May 2019.
This year's event was held on 16th & 17th May at Hallmark Hotel in Leyland. The audience was made up of Deputy and Associate Deans and other HEE (NW) staff, DMEs, HoS, TPDs and MEMs.
HEE is committed to improving Junior Doctor’s working lives and championing flexible working more broadly. With work/life balance highlighted as a mounting concern to doctors in training, and the risk of “burnout” affecting recruitment and retention in some specialties the need for increased understanding and positive promotion of Less than Full Time Training is essential.
Support4Doctors provides access to a wide range of specialist advice and support for doctors and their families. There are also links to organisations that can provide further help.
Find it at: http://www.support4doctors.org/
It has been recognised that returning to clinical practice after a period of absence (planned or unplanned) can be challenging. HEE North West Office has therefore set up a mentoring scheme to support trainees returning after an absence of three months or more. This guidance document is for the SuppoRTT Mentor and mentee (returning trainee) to establish their relationship.
This flowchart shows the HEE (NW) SuppoRTT Mentor journey from the initial training session to the end of their first mentoring relationship, including timescales.
Sven Hansen originally trained a doctor and now runs management courses on resilience. He summarises the work of others, and has an interesting model of resilience which demonstrates how you can spiral up and down.