On this page, you can access any documents or external sites that relate to recognition and approval of trainers.
The GMC's Recognising and Approving Trainers: the Implementation Plan, can be accessed by clicking here
Thank you for attending our conference, we hope you enjoyed the day and benefited from the experience.
Available below are content and resources from the conference, please keep checking this page as we have more to add.
Workshop H, David McDonnell - An introduction to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and its use in education, did not have a presentation, but for further reading, please visit www.nlphealthcare.wixsite.com/nlphealthcare
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.
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.
Equality and diversity are central to the NHS, in terms of both employment and service delivery. This module offers you the opportunity to consider your role in relation to equality and diversity and explore the key principles involved.
We want to be a fair regulator, and fair employer. ‘We treat everyone fairly’ and ‘we are honest, and strive to be open and transparent’ are part of our organisational values.
The Multiprofessional Faculty Development Unit within Health Education England (London and South East) have produced a range of targeted faculty development educational resources for clinical teachers, which are available to other regions within HEE.
There are some excellent resources including a series of open access short modules on the following core topics (plus others):
Article written by Peter Maguire & Cathryn Pitcealthy, published in the BMJ 28th September 2002 examines key communication skills required to be an outstanding communicator:
"Good doctors communicate effectively with patients—they identify patients' problems more accurately, and patients are more satisfied with the care they receive. But what are the necessary communication skills and how can doctors acquire them?"