The 2021 Enhancing Junior Doctors' Working Lives was recently published.
You can read the full report here:Enhancing Junior Doctors' Working Lives Annual progress report 2021
Further details are summarised in the documents and video below:
A new website aimed at individuals navigate the world of clinical academia launched on 11th October 2021.
The Clincial Academic Training and Careers Hub (CATCH) (www.catch.ac.uk) aims to:
If you are interested in entering the AMEE-EJD junior doctor awards 2021 then please look at this article and document. Time is short though - it closes on 24th October 2021.
The Midlands' Charter collaborative has won the BMJ award for Workforce and Wellbeing Team of the Year 2021. HEE is proud to support the wellbeing of our learners alongside our partners in NHSE/I, the BMA, GMC and local education providers.
You can find more details on the Charter here.
Suggested areas of interest for applicants to consider:
• Language and the practical art of communication
• Advocacy, Human Rights, Ethics and the Law
• Art and Music • Well-being and Psychology
• Religion, Culture, Individualism, and History
• Poetry, Literature, Media and the Popular Culture
12 winning essays with 1 overall winner
We are holding a webinar on Wednesday 15 September at 7pm for trainees. The webinar will provide all the latest information and updates on the upcoming recruitment round for 2022 specialty training
To all Trainees!
We are pleased to announce the second Dr Corinne Camilleri-Ferrante Trainees Award. The theme for this year is The Trainee Experience – The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly…
HEE has launched a new video to encourage a positive training environment for trainees returning to training after time away. The film features an array of people promotion a supporting culture for returning trainees: from trainees themselves to consultants, academics such as Professor Michael West, and NHS leaders, including HEE’s Dr Navina Evans and NHSE&I’s Prerana Issar.
The Professional Support Unit (PSU) East Midlands has changed its name. It is now the Professional Support and Wellbeing service (PSW).
For those who don’t know, the Professional Support and Wellbeing service supports both trainee doctors and dentists with targeted solution-focused support. We all face personal and professional difficulties that have an impact on how we feel and perform in the workplace, and it’s no different for trainees.