Winter Meeting 2022
Planned for 25th November 2022 - Further details to follow
Friday 20th November 2020
Our first virtual joint Winter Meeting with the RCP please see below links to the speaker presentation slides.
Session One: Wellness in Pandemic Times
A Trust experience of wellbeing during the COVID-19 surge Prof Aine Burns
Wellbeing for our learners: what now, what next? Prof Simon Gregory, Dr Vanita Gandhi & Dr Chee Yeen Fung
Remote working in the digital age - clinics and beyond Dr Wajid Hussain
Perspectives from the US: 2020 Prof Warren Newton
Session Three: Keeping Learning going during pandemic times
Never too busy to learn during COVID - from the education team Dr Hussain Basheer
Chief Registrars - the role of middle leadership Dr Aaisha Saqib
Session Four: Flexing for the future
Flexible Portfolio Training Dr John Anderton, Georges Ng Man Kwong & Mujtaba Hasnain
What next for the Future Doctor Dr Tahreema Matin
Future forecast: Deans' perspective Prof Rowan Parks
I was very impressed by the quality of the conference overall so much better than other events
I have learnt that we were all in the same boat during the pandemic although at the time we felt as though we were swimming alone
I found it a much more immersive and interesting experience than I had anticipated.
Didn't know what to expect - first full meeting using online methods. Worked well and would happily attend another meeting in this format. Programme didn't disappoint.
I wanted to know how the other teams are coping with the ever changing situation and to learn from others' experience. I certainly have a better understanding now.
Friday 23rd November 2018 at the RCP in London.
1000 - Sleep deprivation and fatigue, Dr Mike Farquhar
1025 - Reflecting and Learning from Rose, Dr Mark Polge - this will not be uploaded, apologies.
1130 - How to support second victims, Dr Shirley Remington
1155 - What support can be given, Dr Clare Gerada
1330 - The impact trainees can make if they get involved, Dr Anu Sharma
1355 - The evaluation of the Chief Registrar programme, and its impact, Dr Carol Postlethwaite
1420 - The Role of the Chief Resident, Mr Stephen Farrell and Ms Dhanya Mullasery
1520 - From the Deans perspective, Prof Sheona MacLeod
1545 - The extended role of the ES, Dr Liz Spencer
All NACT UK meetings are recognised by the RCP (London) for CPD points, and receive credits from the Open University towards a Certificate in Continuing Professional Development. To learn more about this, click here.