National Foundation Doctors Presentation Day - 28th January 2022- Deadline for Abstracts approaching!
This is a reminder that the National Foundation Doctors Presentation Day will be taking place on Friday 28th January 2022.
You are invited to submit abstracts relating to Sustainability, Research, Education, clinical Case Reports, or Quality Improvement work undertaken during your Foundation Programme training.
The Deadline for abstracts is 12:00 midnight on 7th November 2021. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Please complete your entry in good time using the survey submission form
11th October – 7th November 2021
Abstract submission window (4 weeks)
3rd – 31st December 2021
Successful applicants invited to register for event
Friday 28th January 2022
Orthopaedic and Plastic Surgery On-call Survival Course for Junior Doctors
The Plastic Surgery and Orthopaedic On-Call Survival Course course curriculum has been developed and will be delivered by Registrars in their respective specialty. Please note that the 2nd edition of this popular course will be held virtually this year.
Saturday 6th of November (Orthopaedics), 20th of November (Plastic Surgery) from 10 am - 2 pm (UTC +1)
This course is aimed at junior doctors who want to improve their understanding and ability to manage commonly encountered orthopaedic and plastic surgery presentations.
Appropriate for those with an interest in pursuing a career in orthopaedics and plastic surgery as well as those with upcoming orthopaedic and plastic surgery jobs, regardless of career goals.
A one day focused course aimed at improving theoretical knowledge and surviving an orthopaedic and plastic surgery on-call shift.
Teaching will consist of a series of short lectures focusing on presentations commonly encountered by junior doctors with an emphasis on the areas they most often find challenging.
The course aims to improve theoretical knowledge to allow junior doctors to more confidently and appropriately manage pre and post-op surgical patients which can be a very daunting task, particularly on the many occasions they find their registrar and consultant in theatre!
Early Bird Course fee (until 3/10/21): £20
£25 after the 3/10/21
Includes a course certificate and access to recording for 7 days
Foundation elearning programme update November 2021
Good communication skills are key to your success as a doctor. You will need to be able to explain your diagnosis and treatment to patients, and their families, in a professional manner that reassures them and is in terms they will understand.
Available in elearning for healthcare’s Foundation Programme (2021 curriculum) - these sessions cover areas in your curriculum on; FPC 1: Clinical Assessment, FPC 2: Clinical Prioritisation, FPC 3: Holistic Planning, FPC 4: Communication and Care, FPC 5: Continuity of Care, FPC 6: Sharing the Vision, FPC 8: Upholding Values and FPC 11: Ethics and Law:
- Communication Skills
- Breaking Bad News
- Bereavement Process
- Communicating Treatment Risks to Patients
- Organ Donation and Related Communication Skills
You can sign in to the elearning with your login supplied by elearning for healthcare at any time during your foundation training.
Horus and Turas have deep links to elearning for healthcare sessions from the Foundation curriculum and therefore accessible to all trainees, making it quicker and easy to access the appropriate session linked to the curriculum.