Posted October 6th 2022 (2 months ago)

Foundation School Bulletin

RCPsych South West Division Prizes and Bursaries Autumn 2022 - deadline extended to 14 Oct 2022


RCPysch are delighted to announce that the following prizes are now open to entrants. Further information, regulations and entry forms can be accessed via their Prizes and Bursaries web page.

DR STEPHEN DINNISS FOUNDATION AND MEDICAL STUDENTS POSTER PRIZE
Foundation year doctors and medical students are invited to submit a poster and abstract on any aspect of psychiatry. The poster will be displayed at the Autumn Biannual Meeting on 11 November 2022 and the abstract published in the Programme and Abstracts booklet, with a prize of £100 for the winner.
Deadline for submission: 14 October 2022 at 9.00 am

AUTUMN BIANNUAL MEETING BURSARY
We are offering up to 10 bursaries for south west medical students and foundation year doctors to present a poster at the South West Autumn Biannual Meeting on 11 November 2022. All entrants (up to two per submission) will be guests of the Executive Committee and must register for the meeting but will not be charged a conference fee. Bursaries for medical students also include travel expenses.

These competitions are an opportunity to share your experience of mental health services and psychiatry with colleagues of all levels around the region who will be attending the meeting, with the added bonus of possibly winning a prize!

Invitation to share your views on  Factors Influencing Doctors in training career decision-making to address Rural, Remote and Coastal Workforce Issues – a Health Education England study

As you may be aware, Health Education England (HEE) is responsible for the planning, education and training of the healthcare workforce, and they have three primary goals which are:

1. To deliver and reform education to produce the best possible future workforce
2. To transform the current workforce to meet tomorrow’s health and care needs
3. To ensure the quality of the education and training system

HEE is conducting a research study investigating the Factors Influencing Doctors in training career decision-making to address Rural, Remote and Coastal Workforce Issues. The findings will inform future investment decisions and ensure that education commissioning is relevant to the identified workforce needs.

We are asking Doctors in training within the NHSE regions to complete a short online survey to capture your valuable views and experiences.

The survey will be open from Mon 3rd Oct to Sun 23rd October and will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

The survey is available here: https://healtheducationyh.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/questionnaire-investigating-the-factors-influencing-medica-2

If you have any queries, problems completing the survey, or require access in another format, please contact us by emailing felicity.begley@hee.nhs.uk