The Faculty Educators' Development Symposium will look at the challenges and opportunities we are going to face in education and training from the impact of new technologies, the movement of care into the community, and the implications of the NHS long term plan. There will also be induction for new educators, and HEE update and seesions for ARCP chairs and panel members.
This prize, named after the first Head of the East Midlands School of Public Health, is open to all HEE trainees and is designed to encourage ‘thinking outside the box’.
The winner will receive a £1000 bursary to attend an educational or leadership event and will be asked to deliver one the of the two keynote speeches at the Senior Educators Meeting (FEDS) on 1 May 2019 on the topic of ‘What medicine will be like when I retire’.
To enter applicants need to provide a summary of their proposed talk on the attached application form.
A new inspirational video has been created by Shankia Crusz, Consultant at Nottingham for the RCPath Website highlighting the work of a Medical Microbiologist.
The link to the video is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaH6hL_GxwI&feature=youtu.be
Midlands and east clinical academic careers grant scheme
Are you interested in a Clinical Academic Career?
Have you undertaken one of the following HEE funded programmes?
Dr Adrian Tams, Workforce Transformation Manager based in our Lincolnshire office, recently spoke at the parliamentary launch of ‘Rural Workforce Issues in Health and Care’, a document which looks at key challenges related to delivering health and care in rural settings, and our plans to address them.
- Are you interested in a career in Orthopaedics?
- Do you want to get ahead of the competition?
- Do you want a chance to practice Orthopaedic practical skills tested at interview?
A campaign led by staff at East Midlands Ambulance Service, funded by ourselves, recently had its achievement recognised at the Ambulance Leadership Forum Awards Ceremony held in London.
The campaign support and encourage more people from Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities to consider the ambulance service for a career, helping frontline staff represent the communities they serve.