Webinars

 

SuppoRTT for doctors returning to work in the pandemic -  Knowledge Refreshers

Below are a series of knowledge refresher webinars for doctors who are coming back from a break from clinical practice into an unprecedented and uncertain period of clinical work.  All of the sessions are recorded and can be watched after a few days (to allow editing) here: SuppoRTT Digital Online Resources 

Facilitated by Dr Lizy Townshend, Clinical Fellow for Health Education England's Supported Return to Training (SuppoRTT) program; Dr Aimee Manicom, Clinical Fellow for Quality improvement at Health Education England (Thames Valley); Dr Kirsty Smith, SuppoRTT Fellow at Wexham Park Hospital; and Ann Heath, SuppoRTT Manager for HEE Thames Valley.

You will be sent a link to join the event (on Zoom) by email nearer the time. Please feel free to listen along in noisy environments as questions and answers are typed in.  Please note that registration for each day will close one hour before the first session starts.

   

Wednesday 8 April - Wellbeing Webinar – Looking After Yourself So You Can Look After Others

Register here: Wellbeing Webinar

  • 14:00 - 15:00 Take Care: Looking After Yourself so you can Look After Others - Anneliese Guerin-LeTendre

 

Wednesday 8 April – GI Emergency and ABG

REGISTER HERE: GI Emergency and ABG

  • 19:00 - 19:45 Gastrointestinal Emergencies - Dr Thomas Chapman
  • 20:00 - 20:45 Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) - [Presenter TBC]

 

Thursday 9 April – Return to Clinical Work

REGISTER HERE: Return to Clinical Work

  • 19:30 - 20:15 Imposter Syndrome - Kate Atkin PhD
  • 20:00 - 20:45 Day 1 on the Ward - Dr Nell Freeman-Romilly

 

Friday 10 April – Gynaecology (Violence)

REGISTER HERE: Gynaecology (Violence)

  • 14:00 - 14:45 Gynaecology: Approach to the survivor of domestic and sexual violence - Ms Katherine Talbot

Katherine is a Specialist Registrar in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Thames Valley.

 

Friday 10 April - Telemedicine Skills

REGISTER HERE: Telemedicine Skills

  • 19:00 - 19:45 Telemedicine Skills: how to communicate remotely - Dr Tim Davis

Tim is a GP from South West England who is also one of two GP SuppoRTT Champion’s in the South West. He has a strong interest in medical education at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level and has significant experience with clinical communication via remote means.

 

 

Courses

Local Return to Work Courses 


March Courses

Return to Practice Conference – Paediatrics – Bristol Zoo - Postponed (we will update you when we have more information)

 

SWell (South West Wellbeing) Conference – For all Trainees – Somerset Cricket Club, Taunton - Postponed (we will update you when we have more information)

  • Free one-day conference which is open to all trainees but will include focused SuppoRTT workshops.
  • Please click on: Programme of Events for more information.
  • Suitable for all trainees
  • Location: Somerset Cricket Club, St James Street, Taunton TA1 1JT
  • To book a place please click on the following link: Postponed
  • If you have any questions please email: swellconference@gmail.com

 

April Courses

Return to Work Course – Emergency Medicine, Medical, Paediatrics or Surgical Specialties – Gloucestershire Royal Hospital - Thursday, 2 April 2020 (10am to 4pm) - Postponed (we will update you when we have more information) 

  • Free one-day course to support all doctors returning to emergency medicine, medical, paediatric or surgical specialties.
  • Programme includes:-
    • Hot topics
    • Top tips
    • Simulation
    • Practical skills
    • Insight from recent RTW Doctors
    • Separate Workshop for Consultants returned or returning in the morning session (10am-12pm)
  • Suitable for all trainees, fellows, consultants and non-consultant grades following time away from work.
  • Location: Redwood Education Centre, Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, Gloucester
  • For more information and to book a place please email: emma.davis44@nhs.net

 

Return to Work Course – Anaesthetics, ACCS, Emergency Medicine, Paediatrics & GP Trainees in Hospital – Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital - Friday, 17 April 2020 (10am to 4pm) - Postponed (we will update you when we have more information)

  • Free one-day course to support all doctors returning to anaesthetics, emergency medicine, medical, paediatric or surgical specialties.
  • Programme includes:-
    • Simulation
    • Practical skills stations
    • Hot topics
    • Keeping up to date in a digital age
    • Practical advice on returning
  • Suitable for all trainees, fellows, consultants and non-consultant grades following time away from work.
  • Location: RILD, Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, Exeter
  • For more information and to book a place please email: SWRPTcourse@gmail.com

 

Supporting Professionals to Support Returning Medical Trainees – Torbay Hospital, Torquay - Postponed until Wednesday 21 October 2020 (9.30am to 4pm) 

  • Free regional study day for Medical Trainers (both Primary and Secondary Care) along with Medical Workforce/Human Resources, Hospital/GP Practice/Rota Managers, Postgraduate Team Managers and Occupational Health and any relevant professional involved in supporting PG medical trainees.
  • A full programme will be available in the next couple weeks.
  • Jointly hosted By Health Education England and Department of Postgraduate Medical Education, Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust
  • Speakers include:
    • Dr Indra Dey, Consultant Paediatrician, SuppoRTT Champion Torbay;
    • Dr Hiu Lam, Associate Dean for SuppoRTT;
    • Dr Anna Baverstock, Consultant Paediatrician, Lead for Senior doctor Wellbeing, Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust;
    • Dr Andrew Tresidder, GP & NHS Practitioner Health;
    • Anna Alexander, Medical Workforce & OD Business Partner, Torbay & South Devon NHSFT;
    • Dr Rebecca Pugsley, SuppoRTT Clinical Fellow and Medical Trainee Representations, Royal Devon & Exeter.
  • Location: TREC, Torbay Hospital, Torquay TQ2 7AA
  • For more information or to confirm your participation with dietary requirements please contact: Jan Morgan, Medical Education Manager email: jan.morgan@nhs.net

 

May Courses

Anaesthetic Association Core Topics Update - Sandy Park, Exeter - Friday, 1 May 2020 (9am-4.30pm)

  • One day conference - updates on all aspects of anaesthetics for all anaesthetists with a parent and child friendly breakout room linked to the main conference with audio visuals.  
  • Programme includes:-
    • Environmentally sustainable anaesthesia
    • SAFE Paediatric anaesthesia
    • Trauma calls and coagulation controversies
    • Pulmonary hypertension
    • Death for the anaesthetist
    • Opportunities to discuss returning to anaesthetics with fellow trainees during coffee and lunch breaks. 
  • Suitable for all trainees, fellows, consultant and non-consultant grades.
  • Location: Sandy Park, Exeter
  • For more information and to book a place please see the anaesthetic association website. If you are on parental leave this day can be used for study leave and paid for with your usual study budget. 
  • For additional information regarding the breakout room please email: Rebecca.pugsley@nhs.net

 

Return to Training Medical Conference 2020 – Royal United Hospital Bath, Postgraduate Centre - 19 May 2020 (9am to 5pm)

  • Free 1-day conference
  • Provisional programme:-
    • Cardiology update
    • Acute medicine update
    • Neurology update
    • Gastroenterology update
    • Respiratory update
    • Chaired panel discussion
    • Practical aspects of returning to work
    • a psychologists perspective
    • Medical simulation stations.
  • Suitable for all medical trainees
  • Location: Royal United Hospital Bath, Postgraduate Centre
  • For more information and to book a place please contact Abby Cannon or Zehra Mehdi via email: suppoRTT.wx@hee.nhs.uk

 

Return to Work Course - Emergency Medicine, Medical and Surgical Specialties – Southmead, Bristol - Friday, 22 May 2020

  • Free for all South West Trainees (£95 for out of area trainees)
  • Programme includes simulation, practical skills and supportive mentoring
  • Suitable for all trainees and locally employed doctors.
  • Location: The Clinical Simulation Space, Learning & Research Building, North Bristol NHS Trust, Southmead, Bristol
  • For more information and to book a place please email: medicaleducationteam@nbt.nhs.uk

 

July Courses

Return to Work Course - Anaethesia – Southmead Hospital - Friday, 10 July 2020 (8.30am to 4.30pm)

  • Free for all Trainees (£95 for consultants)
  • Programme includes: -
    • TIVA
    • Trauma RIS
    • Paediatrics
    • Ultrasound guided lines & blocks
    • Airway
    • SIM - Paediatrics
    • Updates Lecture
    • Sim 1 & Wellbeing
    • Sim 2, 3, 4 & 5
  • Suitable for all trainees and locally employed doctors (including consultants) in Anaesthesia and Emergency Department
  • Location: Learning & Research Building, North Bristol NHS Trust, Southmead Hospital, Bristol
  • For more information and to book a place please email: sarahmortimer@doctors.org.uk

 

October Courses

Supporting Professionals to Support Returning Medical Trainees – Torbay Hospital – Wednesday 21 October 2020 (9.30am to 4pm)  

  • Free regional study day for Medical Trainers (both Primary and Secondary Care) along with Medical Workforce/Human Resources, Hospital/GP Practice/Rota Managers, Postgraduate Team Managers and Occupational Health and any relevant professional involved in supporting PG medical trainees.
  • A full programme will be available in the next couple weeks.
  • Jointly hosted By Health Education England and Department of Postgraduate Medical Education, Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust
  • Speakers include:
    • Dr Indra Dey, Consultant Paediatrician, SuppoRTT Champion Torbay;
    • Dr Hiu Lam, Associate Dean for SuppoRTT;
    • Dr Anna Baverstock, Consultant Paediatrician, Lead for Senior doctor Wellbeing, Taunton & Somerset NHS Foundation Trust;
    • Dr Andrew Tresidder, GP & NHS Practitioner Health;
    • Anna Alexander, Medical Workforce & OD Business Partner, Torbay & South Devon NHSFT;
    • Dr Rebecca Pugsley, SuppoRTT Clinical Fellow and Medical Trainee Representations, Royal Devon & Exeter.
  • Location: TREC, Torbay Hospital, Torquay TQ2 7AA
  • For more information or to confirm your participation with dietary requirements please contact: Jan Morgan, Medical Education Manager email: jan.morgan@nhs.net

 

The deanery websites also have lists of all events available to trainees within the region, some of which will be applicable to the return to work process:

If you are faculty for any other return-to-work courses in the South West, please do let us know. Email SuppoRTT.SW@hee.nhs.uk and we will add the details of the course to this information page.

 

Webinar's

 

National Return to Work Courses 

 

Below are links to of some of the courses currently available to trainees within other HEE LETB (Local Education and Training Board) areas. More information on these and other courses will be available via the national SuppoRTT website in the future. This is currently under development.

 

London and the South East

 

The North West

 

Thames Valley

 

Wales Deanery

Return to Work Course – Anaesthetics – University Hospital Llandough, Cardiff - Wednesday, 29 April 2020

  • Free one-day course to support all doctors returning to anaesthetics.
  • Programme includes:-
    • Simulation workshops in Paediatrics, Airway and TIVA
    • Practical advice on returning
  • Suitable for all trainees following time away from work.
  • Location: University Hospital Llandough, Cardiff
  • For more information and to book a place please email: Catrin Maidment

Wessex

 

West Midlands

  • PaedSiM – Return to Practice – Paediatrics – email the Simulation Fellow - ashish.patel3@nhs.net

 

Yorkshire and Humber

  • A full selection of return-to-work events and days are available. More information is available on the SuppoRTT YH page.

 

Courses run at multiple sites