Foundation Programme Events

Next Meeting: Friday 9 March 2018 at the London Marriott, Marble Arch- the deadline for abstracts is 5 p.m. Friday 17 November 2017

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Last Meeting: Friday 10 March 2017 at the London Marriott, Marble Arch


Presentations that have been made available to us:




The West Midlands Public Health Community Fellowship Scheme: an example of partnership working across the health landscape, Drs Clare Walker and Emma Hirons

Generic Professional Capabilities and UK Medical Licensing Assessment - will be available to download shortly

Data on F1 Induction Survey, Dr Clare Van Hamel

Update on Horus, Ms Kata Varnai

Previous Meetings :

Friday 4 March 2016Final Programme

Presentations:




Dr Toolbox, Dr James Houston

Foundation ARCP Videos, Drs Helen Waters and Jes Verwey







UKFPO Operational Issues, Dr Clare van Hamel

Update on Horus, Ms Kata Varnai




Thursday 5 March 2015
 
Abstract Book

Presentations:

Promoting Excellence amongst Foundation Trainees; an integrated process to deliver 2 goals, Drs Bridget Langham & Luke Sansom, Health Education East Midlands

Approach to implementing of Broadening Foundation Programme, Dr Nicola Walters, St George’s Hospital, London

The TOS2 Study: an international multi-centre audit assessing the quality of neurological examination, Dr David Nicholl, Dept Neurology, City Hospital, Birmingham

Developing a Foundation Programme taster: The South Wales Oncology experience, Dr Jennifer Kahan, Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff         

How to distribute Foundation trainees equability?a simple tool utilising trainee perception, Dr Kate Horn, Royal United Hospital, Bath

A Research Study into the Factors influencing recruitment and retention of Foundation Drs in Programme Based in Geographically unpopular locations, Dr Joanne Curran, Lancaster University

Simulation Training incorporating a smartphone app increases Foundation Drs confidence in managing cardiac arrest, Dr Richard Thomas, Royal Hants County Hospital

Menitoring in Medicine: providing support of FY trainees in Barnet & Royal Free Hospitals, Drs Celine Lakra & Jayne Ellis, Royal Free Hospital, London

Sharing FP resources & ARCP developments, Dr Clare van Hamel & Ms Stacey Forde

The role and effectiveness of Quality Control Audit improving the ARCP process across Foundation Schools, Dr Bridget Langham, Health Education East Midlands

Use of Simulation and Scenario-based Training for F2 Palliative Medicine and Oncology Core Curriculum Teaching within Severn Deanery, Drs Rachel Royston & Clare Kendall, Southmead Hospital, Bristol

Outcome-Assessed Pharmacy Teaching for FY1: a year- long study, Mr Simon Langridge & Dr Harry Chan, Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan

Putting an end to “Black Wednesday” – improving patient safety by achieving comprehensive trust induction and mandatory training by Day 1, Dr Adam Malin, Royal United Hospital, Bath

Inspiring excellence in medical education and training, Mr Greg Liang, Education Quality Assurance Programme Manager, GMC 


  Previous meetings:

 2014


 

Presentations

Uptake of SLE in Foundation, Dr David Kessel and Dr Sonia Panchal
Teaching Clinical Governance, Miss Claire Young and Mrs Liz Klein


2013

Joint FP Sharing Event with link to presentations

Joint FP Sharing Event June 2011 Abstract Book

Winning Poster Presentation Joint FP Sharing June 2011

2010

2009

 

 

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