The course will cover the main aspects of the MRCPCH Clinical examinations – communication skills, history taking and management planning, clinical examination skills and child development.
The UK's leading Paediatrics and Child Health Conference, the RCPCH Annual Conference 2013.
The GMC has indicated a need for all clinical and educational supervisors to be trained, and a register kept of those who are provisionally trained or fully trained. The will come into effect in 2014, with all supervisors to be fully trained by 2016.
The RCPCH is:
Introducing this new course as one way to meet this need. It is a centrally developed package, designed to be run regionally in collaboration with local paediatric schools and teaching faculty.
The course will include a pre-course portfolio of learning materials, an introduction to the nuts and bolts as an educational supervision, updates on RCPCH assessments and workshops on supporting the able trainee and doctors in difficulty, being a good reflective educational supervisor and how to give good feedback.
The course is interactive with plenty of opportunity for delegate participation, including working with a live e-portfolio to simulate supervision sessions.
Joint meeting of the Paediatrics & Child Health Section, RSM and The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
How to manage series
How to manage: Adolescent Health during Transition
A series of one-day training events from RCPCH for senior trainees, SSASGs and newly qualified consultants.
RCPCH Evening of Evidence series 2013; designed for the multi-professional audience. Evening of evidence: Families who maltreat children; when should the child be removed?
Expert witnesses in child protection: developing excellence
How to Improve Muscle Tone and Motor Control in Children with Neuro-disability
How to manage education series 2013
How to manage End of Life Care and Bereavement delivered in partnership with Child Bereavement UK.
Quality Improvement and Patient Safety programme - Training for Quality Improvement Facilitators.
For those working in Child Health who are motivated to improve the quality of healthcare for children and young people.
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