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Dec 13, 2019 | CPD 6.00 | GBP £80 | Glasgow, Scotland
Developing the Clinical Trainer - teaching skills for early stage trainees is organized by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG) and will be held on Dec 13, 2019 at Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 6 CPD Credits. Who should attend? • Medical students • Foundation doctors • This may also be of interest to core trainees and early stage GP trainees Description: This one-day course will provide foundation doctors and medical students with an overview of teaching, learning and feedback in the clinical environment. Participants will be given the opportunity to conduct a short teaching session on a subject relating to their clinical practice and will be provided with written feedback for their portfolio. The programme is mapped to the foundation curriculum, by completing this course you will have evidence that you have taught and been evaluated informally, and will have information to develop your reflective practice. By the end of this course will be able to: • Understand the clinical learning environment, and the types of teaching and learning opportunities that are available to them • Explore current thinking around learning and teaching principles • Understand different teaching strategies focused on small-group teaching • Confidently undertake small-group teaching activities • Understand the different methods by which feedback can be given in a clinical environment • Apply basic feedback principles
Jan 17, 2020 | CPD 6.00 | GBP £195 | Glasgow, Scotland
5th Annual Scottish Orthodontic Conference is organized by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG) and will be held on Jan 17, 2020 at Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 6 CPDA. Who should attend? • Orthodontists • Orthodontic trainees • Orthodontic therapists • Orthodontic nurses • Anyone with an interest in orthodontics Suitable For: • Dental Care Professionals • Dentists Outside the UK • Dental Foundation / Vocational / Core Trainees • Primary Care / General Dental Practitioners • Dental Specialty Trainees • Dental Specialists / Consultants Course Description: Building upon the success of previous years, Mr Iain Buchanan and Mr Peter McCallum invite you join them for the 5th annual Scottish Orthodontic Conference. This event will provide an update on current topics and will give orthodontic teams an opportunity to get together and to focus on areas of fundamental importance to the delivery of contemporary orthodontics. The day will offer a varied and interesting mix of keynote speakers and presenters and is aimed at both primary and secondary care based delegates. The day will be of interest to and is intended to engage the whole orthodontic team. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Jan 23, 2020 | CPD 3.00 | GBP £120 | Glasgow, Scotland
The Clinical Learning Environment Course is organized by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG) and will be held on Jan 23, 2020 at Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 3 CPD Credits. Description: This half-day course aims to develop participants’ understanding of current thinking on learning in the workplace and focuses directly on the nature and distinctive characteristics of the clinical learning environment. Drawing on relevant theoretical perspectives on situated and active learning, it will ask participants to reflect on their own experiences as learners and/or trainers. It will then enable them to identify ways in which the learning environment can be enhanced to maximize the positive outcomes of each learning experience for all those involved, and will contribute to their continuing professional development as trainers. By the end of this programme, participants will be able to: • Articulate current thinking in medical education regarding workplace learning and the clinical learning environment • Explain how different members of the clinical workplace can contribute to clinical learning • Analyse and evaluate their own workplace as a clinical learning environment • Identify ways in which their clinical learning environment can be enhanced to maximise benefits of the learner experience
Jan 24, 2020 | Glasgow, Scotland
Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) Recertification Course is organized by Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG) and will be held on Jan 24, 2020 at MERAS Health and Conference Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Description: The APLS Recertification course is 1-day of pre-course on-line learning (VLE) and a 1-day face-to-face course. You must have already attended and passed a full APLS course in the past 4 years to attend a recertification course. Please see the factsheet below for further criteria. You MUST complete the VLE before you attend so book early and remember that you need at least 10 hours to complete it. These courses are very popular, so please book well in advance of your re-certification date. Objectives: This recertification course has been designed for those candidates who have already undertaken the APLS course and after four years wish to recertify. The course objectives are to: • Provide the knowledge and skills necessary for recognition and effective treatment and stabilisation of children with life threatening emergencies, using a structured, sequential approach. • Refresh the knowledge necessary for effective treatment and stabilisation of children with life threatening emergencies • Practice the practical procedures necessary for effective management of childhood emergencies • Test the retention of the APLS course content. Candidate criteria and eligibility: • This Advanced Paediatric Life Support recertification programme is for those candidates who have already undertaken the APLS course and after four years wish to recertify. • Candidates have six months after their APLS certificate has expired to do this APLS Recertification course • Those whose certificates have expired more than six months must undertake the full APLS course. • All recertifying candidates must read the manual and complete the APLS e-modules. • ALSG offer an amnesty for candidates who fulfil certain criteria: practicing APLS regularly and working in the following roles - on-call general paediatrics; paediatric intensive care; paediatric anaesthesia; general or paediatric emergency department Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jan 25 - 26, 2020 | Glasgow, Scotland
Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) Course is organized by Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG) and will be held from Jan 25 - 26, 2020 at MERAS Health and Conference Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Description: There are 2 models for APLS courses, a 3-day face-to-face course (non-UK centres) OR a 3-day course comprising 1-day of pre-course on-line learning (VLE) and a 2-day face-to-face course - if you choose the latter you MUST complete the VLE before you attend, so book early and remember that you need at least 10 hours to complete it. Some centres running this model may also be accommodating one group of PHPLS candidates. If you have already completed a course and after 4 years want to recertify, you can choose to attend a shorter APLS Recertification course. Choose APLS Recertification from the dropdown list for dates for these courses. Please check the start and end date of the course to confirm which model you are attending. The target audience for this medical event is: • A medical, nursing, ECP, ODP or RTO background • Physician’s Assistants for which APLS is relevant to their working practice. • RTOs from any background who work in a paediatric hospital are eligible to take the programme. However, RTOs who work in a nonpaediatric hospital, with any other background to those already listed, can send an application to the Working Group detailing their paediatric practice and each of these cases will be considered individually. The Working Group also recommended that nurses are senior staff nurses and above. • Experienced level 5 staff nurses Course Objectives: • The APLS course provides the knowledge and skills necessary for recognition and effective treatment and stabilisation of children with • life-threatening emergencies, using a structured, sequential approach. • The seriously ill and or injured child needs to be treated as an individual; there are four key differences that determine treatment • weight, anatomy, physiology, and psychology. • The structured approach focuses the clinician on resuscitation, emergency treatment followed by continual stabilisation and then transfer to a definitive care environment. • APLS aims to teach, practice and test the acquisition and use of these technical skills. In addition, the human factors that generate the highest quality and safest healthcare provision are considered. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jan 25 - 26, 2020 | Glasgow, Scotland
Pre-Hospital Paediatric Life Support (PHPLS) Course is organized by Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG) and will be held from Jan 25 - 26, 2020 at MERAS Health and Conference Centre, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Description: The PHPLS course is a 3-day course comprising 1-day of pre-course on-line learning (VLE) and a 2-day face-to-face course. Some courses run alongside APLS courses where the PHPLS content is identical to the standalone PHPLS courses. The PHPLS course provides the knowledge and practical procedures necessary for effective treatment of childhood emergencies prior to hospital admission: major incident injury; life-threatening acute illnesses to which children with other underlying chronic diseases may be prone ; he child suffering from the progressive effects of trauma. Prompt recognition and immediate effective treatment improves the life chances for these children. Furthermore, the seriously ill and or injured child needs to be treated as an individual and there are four key differences that determine treatment: weight; anatomy; physiology and psychology. The course focuses on how to recognise and effectively manage the treatment of a seriously ill and or injured child, using a structured approach; how to triage, providing appropriate life saving treatment; how to assess the most appropriate form of transportation; and teaches the ASHICE format for pre-hospital communication: age, sex, history, injuries/illness, current condition, expected time and mode of arrival at an ECD. Candidate criteria and eligibility: This Pre-Hospital Paediatric Life Support programme’s objective is to improve the emergency care of children, concentrating on the initial critical minutes prior to arriving at hospital and is suitable for those from the following backgrounds: • Medical • Paramedic • Nursing Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Feb 03 - 04, 2020 | GBP £644 | Glasgow, Scotland
IMPACT Course is organized by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG) and will be held from Feb 03 - 04, 2020 at Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Suitable For: • Medical Foundation Trainees • Medical Core Trainees • Medical Specialty Trainees Course Description: The IMPACT course is a two-day course introducing the principles and practice of acute medical care and related knowledge, skills, understanding and attitudes. Designed by the Federation of Royal Medical Colleges and the Royal College of Anaesthetists, this course is endorsed by the Resuscitation Council UK, the Intensive Care Society and the Society of Acute Medicine. IMPACT enables trainee doctors (specifically trainee physicians) to assess and treat acutely unwell patients and where appropriate gives guidance on when to ask for help. The course is aimed at CT1 and CT2 level doctors in acute medical specialties including Acute Medicine, Acute Care Common Stem (ACCS) and General Internal Medicine. The course is also open to FY2 level doctors who are able to demonstrate a particular interest in pursuing a career in the medical specialties noted above. FY2 doctors must have completed at least eight months practice in acute medical specialties in their FY2 year before they can attend the course. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Feb 03, 2020 | CPD 6.00 | GBP £450 | Glasgow, Scotland
Training the Clinical Trainer Course is organized by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG) and will be held on Feb 03, 2020 at Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. This Conference has been approved for a maximum of 6 CPD Credits. Description: This course aims to enhance your knowledge of, and skills in, educational practice within a clinical setting. Designed for senior trainees across all specialties and mapped to CCT requirements, it will provide attendees with skills to meet the trainer criteria as set out in the GMC recognition of trainers requirements. It introduces participants to some of the key theoretical frameworks that underpin contemporary educational practice and demonstrates how these may be applied constructively and flexibly in clinical teaching. By highlighting the benefits of reflective practice and of sharing and developing good practice with colleagues, it will contribute to the continuing professional development of clinicians with training responsibilities. This course is delivered by a lecturer in adult education and clinicians with a wealth of experience in clinical education. At the end of this course, attendees will be able to: • Demonstrate an enhanced understanding of the nature and characteristics of the clinical learning environment • Identify the needs of learners within the clinical environment • Apply relevant educational principles and theory to their teaching practice • Align their training practice with GMC standards for training • Utilise a range of methods for providing targeted, constructive feedback to trainees • Identify the applicability of different small and large and group teaching methods to training within the clinical environment • Identify and define the benefits of reflective and collaborative practice in clinical teaching
Feb 06, 2020 | USD $175 | Glasgow, Scotland
Principles of Casting for Orthopaedic Trainees is organized by Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG) and will be held on Feb 06, 2020 at Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Who Should Attend? • Orthopaedic trainees • Orthopaedic AHPs • Nurses • FY2s Description: Taught by experienced clinicians and plaster technicians, this course will provide you with skills for upper and lower body casting. With a maximum of 20 participants and a high delegate to tutor ratio, the course covers the theory of casting with multiple opportunities for hands on practical experience. This interactive course will provide you with clear instruction and a supportive environment to enhance your skills in casting. The programme is designed to allow adequate time to practice techniques following each demonstration. Casting techniques covered include: • Below Elbow and Below Knee Back Slab • Below Elbow Volar Slab • Moulded Below Elbow/Colles Cast • Above Elbow and Above Knee Back Slab • Below Knee Moulded Cast • Equinus Anterior Slab Suitable for: • Surgeons Outside the UK • Surgical Foundation Trainees • Surgical Core Trainees • Surgical Specialty Trainee Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Feb 07 - 08, 2020 | GBP £240 | Glasgow, Scotland
British Geriatrics Society (BGS) Trainees Weekend 2020 is organized by British Geriatrics Society (BGS) and will be held from Feb 07 - 08, 2020 at The Studio, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. Who should attend: The meeting will be of benefit to all registrars training in geriatric medicine, and is targeted at them. It may also benefit other specialist trainees who will come into regular contract with older people and are interested in the specialty: • Registrars in Geriatric Medicine & General Internal Medicine • Junior doctors training in related specialties • GP trainees • Core medical trainees considering a career in geriatric medicine Description: This annual 2 day weekend meeting is built around the current curriculum needs and experiences of junior doctors training for a career in geriatric Medicine. Why participate: • Understand more on the key areas & challenges faced in geriatric medicine • Hear focused presentations on all main areas of the geriatrics curriculum, & the latest scientific research from experienced British Geriatrics Society members and elected officers • Opportunity to sit mock SCE exam or attend practice consultant interviews with experienced interviewers • Small group sessions to target lesser covered curriculum area • Network & socialise with other trainees, consultants and other healthcare professionals over 2 days Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.