Please note that there is a new process for study leave since 1st April 2018, please see the Study Leave page for more information
Human Factors Workshop
Tuesday 10th July 2018
This workshop is aimed at GP ST 1-3, newly qualified GPs and other GP colleagues
Workshop Topics: Basics of human factors / Communication skills / Bringing up concerns / Team work / Decision making
Speaker / Workshop Lead: Dr Rob Galloway
Your route to join or return to NHS general practice in England
Whether you have NHS experience or not, the GP Induction and Refresher Scheme from HEE is designed to provide a safe, supported and direct route for qualified GPs to join or return to NHS general practice in England.
Find out more: The GP Induction &
Posted on behalf of Sam Vaughan, Medical Education Manager
Dear Doctors in Training
You may be aware through your Deanery Bulletins which is sent directly to trainees (see attached) that Health Education England are changing the way that trainees apply for study leave. This change comes into effect from 1st April 2018.
This is confidential and free 1:1 career guidance and support for London and South East trainee doctors or dentists.
Are you approaching a critical career decision and would like the opportunity to explore your ideas with a career expert? We the HEE’s Careers Unit for London and South East may be able to help you.
There is a brilliant safeguarding resource (for both children and adults) in the form of a phone app. It includes information on Consent and Best Interests, the MCA, Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards as well as safeguarding and Prevent.
It is from NHS England and can be found at http://www.myguideapps.com/nhs_safeguarding or downloading the app suitable for your device:
Working at night is an essential part of providing a comprehensive
24-hour service to patients in the NHS. However, night work requires
doctors to remain awake and alert when physiologically programmed to
be asleep. Changes to working patterns as a result of implementing the
European Working Time Directive (EWTD) also mean that most junior doctors now work full 11- to 13-hour night shifts,