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  • All day
    2018-06-11

    Date: Monday 11 June 2018

    Venue:   Institute of Transplantation, Freeman Hospital

    Under exam conditions, trainees will complete at least a full Clinical & Science VIVA by using recent exam questions supplied by post FRCA trainees.

    Clinical long case

    Clinical short cases

    Science vivas – anatomy, pharmacology, physics and physiology.

    There is an expectation is that after success at the Final FRCA, trainees return as Examiners at least twice by way of payback.

    Course Directors:

    Dr Linda Waddilove, Consultant Anaesthetist, Freeman Hospital

    Dr Stephen Robb, Consultant Anaesthetist, Sunderland Royal Hospital

    For further information, please email:  Barbara Sladdin

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  • All day
    2018-06-25

    MEPA is a national course for Specialty Trainees in Anaesthesia, teaching management strategies for paediatric anaesthetic emergencies. MEPA is recognised by the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Association of Paediatric Anaesthetists.

    A one-day, small group simulation course, offering both practical and theoretical training using simulation. Provision is made for detailed scenario feedback and discussion in a supportive and constructive manner.

    This regional course is held throughout the year, at the Newcastle Hospitals Trust Simulation Centre based at the Freeman Hospital.

    Course date – Monday 25 June 2018

    Further Information:

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Welcome to Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) training in the Northern deanery.

We have more than 30 ICM trainees now in post, with approximately 80% of our trainees within a dual training scheme with anaesthesia. The remaining 20% of our trainees are dual training with respiratory medicine (RM), acute internal medicine (AIM) or doing single CCT training in ICM. Within ICM we also have trainees who are doing academic posts and are doing / have achieved research level degrees.

ICM training in the Northern deanery is based over 5 hospital sites, although other our training sites may be accessed if necessary:

Most of the training time when in ICM is split between the Newcastle Upon Tyne NHSFT (RVI, Freeman) and South Tees NHSFT (JCUH) sites. Hospital profiles can be found here

All rotations meet FICM curriculum requirements and are designed with trainee’s individual career choices in mind. We offer supernumerary and acting up experience whenever possible in the final stages of training.

Our region has been highly instrumental in driving change within ICM training on a national level. In region we currently have the Dean of FICM, two FICM council members’, a co-lead for national recruitment, the deputy lead RA for FICM, and the deputy lead for e-portfolio.

ICM ARCPs currently run in a joint forum with anaesthesia, with additional Intensivist panel members and assessors.

Training Programme Directors:

Dr Suzy O’Neil

Dr James Ryan

 

ICM Induction

ICM trainees will be invited to attend an ICM induction morning organised by the Programme Directors.  Details will be emailed to you.    The Trainee ICM Forum will follow.

ICM Forum

We have an active Trainee Forum within ICM with trainee representation on the ICM STC, the School Executive Committee and at HEE NE board level.  We also have a LTFT trainee rep and Lead Consultants in all training units.

 

ICM Training Days

We offer regional ICM training days, a local FICM revision course http://www.fficmcourse.co.uk/ and bi-yearly regional meetings with international speakers http://www.neics.org.uk/

Specialist Interest

Dual trainees who wish to undertake a specialist interest in a particular area of anaesthesia, will need to do this whilst undertaking General Duties.

Trainees will need to be flexible to which hospital they undertake a special interest as placements cannot always be guaranteed.

This is not an Advanced module.

 

RCoA 2010 Curriculm

RCoA Annex F  basic ICM competency grids for Core and ACCS trainees: this lists the mandatory competencies that must be completed in the 3 month ICM block.

RCoA Annex F intermediate ICM competency grids for ST3 trainees: this lists the mandatory competencies that must be completed in the 3 month ICM block in ST3/ST4.

http://www.rcoa.ac.uk/CCT/AnnexF

 

ICM Educational Supervisor meeting paperwork

Intensive Care Medicine  – Educational Supervision Meetings

Trainees are to currently use the FICM 2010 ETR to record their meetings

https://www.ficm.ac.uk/sites/default/files/cct_in_intensive_care_medicine_2010_-_part_ii_etr.pdf

This will eventually be replaced as the curriculum requirements have changed, however we are currently waiting to see if the FICM introduce a new ETR for the 2011 Curriculum.

 

Lead Employer Trust – Junior Doctors Contract 2016 Implementation FAQs

The LET will be updating these FAQs on a regular basis, so please keep reviewing them for further details on the new contract.

https://madeinheene.hee.nhs.uk/Portals/14/FAQ%2018_4_17.pdf

Additional ICM resources:

FICM website

https://www.ficm.ac.uk/

Dual ICM guide

http://www.rcoa.ac.uk/system/files/TRG-CU-DualCCTGuide_1.pdf

Detailed electronic log book

https://www.ficm.ac.uk/curriculum-assessment-training/logbook-resources

ICM e learning modules:

https://www.ficm.ac.uk/news-events-education/e-icm

Research ICU regional contacts:

https://sites.google.com/a/nihr.ac.uk/crn-north-east-and-north-cumbria/communities-of-practice/critical-care

This website gives the contacts for research teams at different sites along with some information on major studies and activities at each site.  Trainees can use this resource to make early contact with research teams and plan research activity

Useful websites

Deceased Donation courses for ICM trainees:  http://www.deceaseddonationsim.com/courses/national/ICMTrainees/