Posted September 6th 2022 (20 days ago)

Foundation School Bulletin

JASME (Junior Association for the Study of Medical Education) 2022 Conference, 15th October 2022

The Junior Association for the Study of Medical Education will be holding a conference in Nottingham on Saturday 15th October 2022. A key aim of this conference is to better reflect the cohorts we represent as a career group of ASME, and increase inclusivity within medical education, as well as welcoming a future generation of medical educators to conferences as early as possible.

The day will include:

  • Keynote talks
  • Mock debate
  • Workshops
  • Oral research presentations
  • Poster presentations
  • Networking opportunities

Registration fees include lunch and refreshments.

JASME member: £10
JASME WP member: £5
JASME non member: £40

Register at https://www.asme.org.uk/events/event/237-2022-jasme-conference.html#registration

Abstract submission criteria:
https://www.asme.org.uk/events/event/237-2022-jasme-conference.html#guidelines-for-abstracts

Please email jasme-conference@asme.org.uk or jasme@asme.org.uk if you have any queries.

Foundation Doctor Paediatric Conference - 17th Sept 2022

The Foundation Doctor Paediatric Conference is a free event for foundation doctors (F1-F3+) only, organised by Foundation Doctors from across the UK for other Foundation Doctors! 

With guest-speakers, panellists and workshops led by Paediatricians all across the UK sharing their experience.
The conference will be on Saturday 17th September 2022 and hosted on MedAll.
Register here:
https://share.medall.org/events/paediatric-foundation-conference-2022

Junior Trainee Group Conference 2022 "One Step at a Time" - 18th - 20th November 2022

This year's JTP conference aimed at medical/dental students, foundation doctors, and dentists and dental core trainees interested in pursing a career in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery will be hosted in Newcastle. It is a great opportunity for national oral and poster presentations, with prizes on offer for portfolios!

Your ticket includes:

  • 2 days of speakers on trauma/oncology/academic careers in OMFS/technology and innovation
  • hands on workshops (plating and local flaps)
  • 3 course gala dinner with charity raffle - win a pair of loupes!
  • Friday evening welcome drinks
  • Facial drawing workshop
  • Dedicated symposiums on 2nd degree/ST applications

Please find more information via the JTG website - https://jtgonline.org/conference

BAOMS members price: £105
Non-BAOMS members price: £115

Sign up link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-AhdvYnHjvqo4x0rwrQSebw4cnPoMJwqF92O0uSN00qUUMg/viewform?usp=send_form

Fundamentals of Orthopaedics - free 16 session weekly webinar series for budding orthopods

The aim is to cover core knowledge required to become a ST3 T&O registrar. The teaching is catered for both SHOs and early year registrars and will be delivered by both consultants and registrars.

It will take place every Wednesday at 7pm from the end of August 2022. CPD points will be awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

The schedule is:

31/08 Basic Sciences 101
07/09 Pelvic & Acetabular Trauma
14/09 Hips - NOFs
21/09 Hips - Replacements
28/09 Paeds - Upper limb
05/10 Paeds - Lower limb
12/10 Paeds - Hips
19/10 ST3 Applications
26/10 Shoulders
02/11 Elbows
09/11 Hands
16/11 Spine
23/11 Knees
30/11 Orthopaedic Emergencies
07/12 Common Nerve Injuries
14/12 Foot & Ankle

If you are interested, please sign up via the link: www.tinyurl.com/funortho222

For more info:
https://twitter.com/funorthopaedics
https://www.instagram.com/funorthopaedics
https://www.facebook.com/funorthopaedics

Email: fun.orthopaedics@gmail.com

F2s only: Global Health Fellowship Volunteer Programme

The Global Health Fellowship Volunteer Programme is ready to launch the recruitment round for those interested in Global Health and completing an overseas volunteer placement. More information to be emailed.

SURVEY - Access to Cervical Screening for Trainees Campaign

Have you been asked to attend a cervical smear test? Have you been required to use your annual leave to attend? Has it been marked as a sick leave absence?

Over the course of a working career, trainees requiring cervical screening will need approximately 11 appointments (at a minimum), each requiring likely a full day off work to attend. This is one of the gender gaps in medical careers.

Please complete the following survey with your experience (positive or negative) of being able to access these appointments as a trainee:
https://forms.gle/xidrpfAVJzzquUdY8

Bristol Patient Safety National Poster Competition 2023 - deadline 10th March 2023

Applications are now open for the Bristol Patient Safety National Poster Competition. Details available here: https://www.bristolpatientsafety.com/poster-competition.html