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Training Days

Regional training days for ACCS trainees are held 10 times a year of which two days will be held at Health Education England, Wessex office in Otterbourne with the remaining eight rotating between the training sites.

These days provide trainees with an opportunity to present cases at a regional level, to receive Consultant teaching and give feedback on the Wessex training scheme.

 

Pink BracketYou are required to attend 70% of available training sessions. In order to keep a register of attendees, please ensure that you notify the organiser of any apologies as this will be collated by the Health Education England team in order to produce certificates at the end of each training year.



If you have any concerns about training, please ask your Educational Supervisor, Dr Lee Gray lee.gray@poole.mhs.uk or  the Programme Team emergencymedicine.wx@hee.nhs.uk who will try to help.

For more information please see the training programme document: Wessex Regional ACCS Training Programme (pdf) for 2017 - 2019.


Training dates:

 

ST1/CT1 Welcome to Wessex (Deanery)  -   30th August 2018, Trainee Rep and Mr Lee Gray hosting

 

RTD 11 (HHFT - Basingstoke) Dr Jay Chitnis hosting - 19 September 2018, AM/EM

  • 1000 Pulmonary Embolism
  • 1100  Risk management / SUIs / Complaints
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300  The confused patient
  • 1400  Joint aspiration
  • 1500 Trainee presentations Salisbury AM/EM

 

RTD 12 (Deanery) – 5th November 2018, Trainee Rep and Mr Lee Gray hosting

  • 1000 Trainee presentations - Portsmouth / Southampton trainees
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 Trainee presentations - Poole / Salisbury / Basingstoke trainees
  • 1400 Ballistics and blast injury

 

RTD 13 (Portsmouth) Dr Scott Bird hosting– 21st November 2018 - Anaesthetics Dept seminar room QAH

  • 1000  Legal frameworks (to cover Death certificates, the coroner, Child protection, mental health legislation)
  • 1100  Sepsis, shock and SIRS
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 Alcohol and brief intervention teams

 

RTD 14 (UHS) Dr Gordon Morrison hosting– 12th December 2018, AM/EM

  • 1000 GMC guidance on ethical research
  • 1100 Evidence and guidelines – study methodologies, principles of critical appraisal, levels of evidence
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 Patient safety projects update - trainee presentations
  • 1400 Non cardiac chest pain
  • 1500 Christmas quiz!

 

RTD 15 (Poole) Dr James Keegan hosting– 15th January 2019, ICU / Anaesthetics

  • 1000 Communication skills
  • 1100 Difficult Airways
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 Coma management and progress in ICM
  • 1400 The poisoned patient
  • 1500 Paediatric trauma
  • 1600 Trainee presentations Poole ICM/ Anaesthetics

 

RTD 16 (Salisbury) Dr Hatty Edgar hosting- 19th March 2019, Anaesthetics / ICM

  • 1000 Simulation cases – learning from SIRIs
  • 1100  Medical leadership and decision making
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 Jaundice
  • 1400 Acute diarrhoea / GI loss
  • 1500 Trainee presentations Salisbury An / ICM

 

RTD 17 (Portsmouth) Dr Steve Hill/ Dr Michaela Iadarola hosting- w/c 22 April 2019, Acute Medicine/ EM

  • 1000 Antibiotic policy and Public health
  • 1100 Child protection
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 “Personal behaviour” –scenarios covering GMC guidance
  • 1400  HIV and the sick patient
  • 1500 Trainee presentations Portsmouth AM/EM

 

RTD 18 (UHS) Dr Kathy Nolan hosting– 22nd May 2019, ICU/ Anaesthetics

  • 1000 Management of adult major trauma
  • 1100 Paediatric emergencies
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 The European law and EWTD
  • 1400 Oesophageal injury
  • 1500 Patient safety / trainee presentations

 

RTD 19 (Poole) Mr Lee Gray hosting – 17 June 2019, EM/ Acute Medicine

  • 1000 organ donation
  • 1100 Palpitations and the use of Echocardiography
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 Mechanical falls and how to work with OT/ Physio
  • 1400 Wounds and their management
  • 1500 Pre ARCP update

 

RTD 20 (Deanery) – 8 July 2019, Trainee Rep and Mr Lee Gray Hosting

  • 1000 Case presentations by trainees - UHS / Portsmouth trainees
  • 1200 Lunch
  • 1300 Case presentations by trainees - Poole/ Salisbury trainees
  • 1400 Missed fractures – system to detect error
  • 1500 PV bleeding

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