< 2018 >
September
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526
  • All day
    2018-09-26-2018-09-28

    AAGBI Annual Congress

    26 – 28 September 2018

    Further details:  http://www.aagbi.org/

27
  • All day
    2018-09-26-2018-09-28

    AAGBI Annual Congress

    26 – 28 September 2018

    Further details:  http://www.aagbi.org/

28
  • All day
    2018-09-26-2018-09-28

    AAGBI Annual Congress

    26 – 28 September 2018

    Further details:  http://www.aagbi.org/

29
30      

Local Guidelines

Please read the Lead Employers Parental Leave Guidelines.   This gives you information about KIT days*.

https://madeinheene.hee.nhs.uk/Portals/14/Parental%20Leave%20Policy%20V1.pdf

It is helpful to let your Programme Director/Barbara Sladdin know if you are planning to take parental leave.   This is purely for workforce planning and rota organisation.

The School organise ‘return to work simulation’ sessions for trainees who have had an extended absence from work.  Further information:    http://www.nsaicm.com/return-to-work-simulation-day.

If you would like information regarding working LTFT, please read:

http://www.nsaicm.com/less-than-full-time-training-ltft/

*Keeping in Touch (Kit) Days

Employees on maternity, adoption or shared parental leave can agree arrangements for keeping in touch during their period leave. This includes, but is not limited to, completing normal duties or attending training, conference or meetings.

Form – Notification of KIT Day

 

The Pregnant Anaesthetist

Pregnancy is an exciting time.  Adjusting to your changing body and planning your future at the same time as working in a demanding job can be challenging. Negotiating your way through the maze of paperwork surrounding rights and benefits on maternity leave and pay can be difficult to fit in between antenatal appointments, work and preparing for a new arrival.

This article aims to clarify some of the main issues facing pregnant anaesthetists and provide guidance on your rights and responsibilities towards your employer.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=the+pregnant+anaesthetist&rlz=1C1GCEA_enGB749GB749&oq=The+pregnant+anaesthetist&aqs=chrome.0.0j69i57.4976j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8