How do we ensure time for training? During this conference we explored how we can ensure that trainers have the time to train properly, looking at how you can secure training time in your job plan and how to make the most of that time. It looked at how further professionalisation of the trainer role can be achieved through projects such as the Improving Surgical Training project and a move towards competency based training.
Click on the links below to watch individual lectures.
Welcome Professor Michael Lavelle-Jones
Time for Training: The Management View Dermot O’Riordan, Chief Clinical Information Officer at West Suffolk NHS
Time for Training: The Trainer’s View Stella Vig, Consultant Vascular and General Surgeon at Croydon University Hospital
Time for Training: The Trainee’s View Helen Mohan, ASIT President
Keynote: David Wilkinson Post Graduate Dean in Yorkshire and the Humber
Improving Surgical Training: The SAC View Professor Jon Lund, Chair of the SAC in General Surgery
Improving Surgical Training: The Educationist View Professor Jen Cleland, Director of the Centre for Healthcare Education Research and Innovation (CHERI)
Improving Surgical Training: FST View Craig McIlhenny, FST Director
Workshops Mark Coleman and Andy Miller: Improving Training in Theatre
Research Session 1 Sotiris Papaspyros
Research Session 2 Joshil Lodhia
Research Session 3 Ronnie Davies
Research Session 4 Hannah Sevenoaks
Research Session 5 Chris Brown
Research Session 6 Alexander Walker
Research Session 7 Edward Noon
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