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Health System Improvement in Foundation and Advanced Clinical Skills

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Best Western Premier Doncaster Mount Pleasant Hotel

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Rossington

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The main aim of this session is to teach higher management skills to Emergency Medicine Doctors

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School of Emergency Medicine:

Advances Emergency Medicine ;

Presenter : Professor Dr Prakash Subedi, Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospital, NHS Trust.

This training is focused on higher speciality trainees(ST3 onwards). This session addresses the generic professional capabilities framework

Domain 2: Professional Skills

Domain 6 : Capabilities in Patient safety and quality improvement and

Domain 8 : Capabilities in education and training.

https://www.gmc-uk.org/-/media/documents/generic-professional-capabilities-framework

This session demonstrates teaching methods involving scenarios and group discussion, it also addresses difficult communication with other speciality involve.

For all CESR doctors in emergency medicine at Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Foundation Trust, this event is free. If you are a CESR or SAS doctor working in another Trust and you like to attend this event, please contact the organiser.

Mrs.Jahana M N K

Qimetinternational@gmail.com

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The aim of this session is to set out the global challenges for Emergency Medicine as a profession and how leadership styles and approaches are required to be collaborative in a continuing era of uncertainty. Different leadership styles and approaches will be required and therefore some teaching methods may be more useful to others.

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