Places left for the last for the summer’s PRACP course. If you have been on a career break, maternity leave, OOPE or OOPR and want to refresh your skills in clinical practice, have some mentoring or experience some high fidelity simulation, please come to the PRACP course.
Many of you will have attended our excellent Paediatric Return to Acute Clinical Practice (PRACP) course. It is an outstanding course which has been developed over the last several years by several consultants and trainees. It is now run 3 times a year and is intended for any trainee returning to training after a period… [Read More]
We have a few spaces available for the PRACP course on 30th June. For anyone interested in attending, please submit your application to the email address attached in the application.
Are you returning to clinical practice after time out? Please join our PRACP course. This is an extensive one day course to help you prepare for returning to clinical work and has been running for 5 years with fantastic feedback. This course is open to all health care professionals who have taken a break from… [Read More]
There are still spaces on the London School of Paediatrics Simulation training days at Chelsea and Westminster on the following days: April 27th – Full Immersion day April 28th – Part-task/Communication day More details on the attached flyer.
I am very pleased to announce that we have dates for the London School of Paediatrics Simulation programme for South London. The dates are as follows: Full immersion days – for ST1 trainees, ST3 trainees, Paediatric nurses: 15th May – SAIL centre, GSTT 23rd May – King’s College Hospital Simulation Centre 18th July – SAIL… [Read More]
Please see attached posters for Chelsea sim dates
The London School of Paediatrics Simulation Programme has commenced for the academic year 2016-2017. The training days are as below: Full Immersion training days – for ST1 and ST3 trainees and Paediatric nursing staff Part-task Communication training days – for ST3 trainees Dates are available for centres in the North Central and North East London… [Read More]
The School’s simulation programme has been recognised by the GMC as an example of good practice. On it’s website, the GMC describes our multi-professional simulation programme focusing on acute paediatric emergencies as ‘an example of medical training which works well’. The GMC believes that by sharing these examples, they can help organisations which educate students and train… [Read More]
This week 26 doctors, paediatric and neonatal nurses, and a paediatric ODP were launched into the School of Paediatrics Simulation Faculty Development Programme. We send them good wishes for their challenging and rewarding journey. This is the 6th year of the programme which is a world-wide leader in the field. The programme helps to deliver… [Read More]
The London School of Paediatrics Simulation Network has developed some useful documents for all those undertaking our simulation training days which are attached to this post. These documents are: Introduction to Simulation Training 2016-2017 Pre-course information 2016-2017 Please have a look at these documents before you undertake your training days. An important part of the… [Read More]
Following a successful oversubscribed year of courses for those returning to clinical training this year, I am pleased to announce 3 new dates for 2017. The course is open to all health care professionals who have taken a break from clinical practice whether it be for research, an OOPE or maternity leave. The course is… [Read More]
All dates are now available for trainees working in the NCNEL sector for the Simulation training programme. Full Immersion training days will be taking place at: Royal London Hospital, Whipps Cross Hospital, Whittington Hospital, GOSH, Royal Free Hospital, and UCLH. Part-task/Communication days will be taking place at: Homerton Hospital, Whittington Hospital, Royal Free Hospital and… [Read More]
Simulation training in London will be taking place at two centres either at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital or the collaborative centre of Imperial and the Royal Brompton Hospital. We have dates for Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. If you are a NWL trainee then please start booking onto courses. Full Immersion dates for ST1 and ST3… [Read More]
Simulation training in NWL will be taking place at two centres either at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital or the collaborative centre of Imperial and the Royal Brompton Hospital, where training days take place at St. Mary’s Hospital. We have dates for the collaborative centre of Imperial /Royal Brompton. If you are a NWL trainee then… [Read More]