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Welcome back to SRFT!. Introduction to Year 5 Academic Year 2011-2012 SRFT Hospital: Prof. A Redmond, Hospital Dean Dr F Stewart, Hospital Dean-elect.

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1 Welcome back to SRFT!

2 Introduction to Year 5 Academic Year SRFT Hospital: Prof. A Redmond, Hospital Dean Dr F Stewart, Hospital Dean-elect Dr N ODonoghue, Lead Tutor for Year 5 Mrs Pam Riddick, Year 5 Administrator Mrs Keshi Minett, Undergraduate Education Manager Linked Hospitals:Undergraduate Tutors East LancashireDr D Lynch BoltonDr H Northover Trafford GeneralMr A Al-Dabbagh WiganDr Y Ang CommunityMr Myur Mistry

3 What Year 5 is all about Seamless transition from student to doctor Seamless transition from student to doctor Focus on practical clinical competence Focus on practical clinical competence Developing professional attitudes Developing professional attitudes Choice Choice Passing finals Passing finals

4 Year 5

5 Exempting Examination January Before After Finals May

6 4 blocks of 4 weeks BEFORE DGHCommunity Teaching Hospital Student Selected Block CommunityDGH Teaching Hospital Student Selected Block DGHCommunity Teaching Hospital CommunityDGH

7 AFTER StEPStEPDGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/Com StEPRemedialDGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/Com DGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/ComStEPStEP DGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/ComStEPStEP

8 portfolio/any outstanding work until end May Results June AFTER ElectiveElectiveDGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/Com ElectiveRemedialDGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/Com DGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/ComElectiveElective DGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/ComElectiveElective Finals May Shadowing 2 weeks Graduate mid-July Work as a doctor! August 2012

9 4 blocks of 4 weeks BEFORE DGHCommunity Teaching Hospital Student Selected Block CommunityDGH Teaching Hospital Student Selected Block DGHCommunity Teaching Hospital CommunityDGH

10 Hospital Placements Opportunities to perform procedures within skills competencies expected of a Year 5 student Opportunities to perform procedures within skills competencies expected of a Year 5 student Responsibility for initial clerking and following up of patients Responsibility for initial clerking and following up of patients Ward rounds: presentations Ward rounds: presentations On-call shadowing On-call shadowing Theatre sessions Theatre sessions Outpatients, endoscopy, investigation sessions etc Outpatients, endoscopy, investigation sessions etc

11 Group Tutorials ? Just in TH Format of 1hr to participate in a small group learning tutorial Format of 1hr to participate in a small group learning tutorial Patient safety- handover Patient safety- handover Prescribing Prescribing Ethics (metal capacity act) and law Ethics (metal capacity act) and law Good medical practice Good medical practice

12 4 blocks of 4 weeks BEFORE DGHCommunity Teaching Hospital Student Selected Block CommunityDGH Teaching Hospital Student Selected Block DGHCommunity Teaching Hospital CommunityDGH

13 SSB: Career Tasters Clinical Placement Supervised by experienced senior Dr Minimum of One day Sign-up Basis Range of clinical and non-clinical placements Career guidance from a senior Dr

14 ASSESSMENTS Work-based (in placements) U-CEX x 4 U-CEX x 4 U-Case Management Discussions (U-CMD) x 2 U-Case Management Discussions (U-CMD) x 2 U-PSAs x 10 U-PSAs x 10 U-Resusc: Resuscitation training on ILS course U-Resusc: Resuscitation training on ILS course Progress test Progress test PMP PMP OSCE OSCE Portfolio Portfolio

15 AFTER StEPStEPDGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/Com StEPRemedialDGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/Com DGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/ComStEPStEP DGH/TH/ComDGH/TH/ComStEPStEP

16 Student Assistantships A period in final year where you act as an assistant to a foundation year doctor, working alongside him/her, including participating in on-call A period in final year where you act as an assistant to a foundation year doctor, working alongside him/her, including participating in on-call Ideally post-exemption Ideally post-exemption

17 Read the information in the year 5 handbook on MedLea and in the files held in the Undergraduate Medicine Department Read the information in the year 5 handbook on MedLea and in the files held in the Undergraduate Medicine Department Think carefully FROM NOW ON about your priorities and special interests Think carefully FROM NOW ON about your priorities and special interests Aim for a balanced programme overall (eg between medical and surgical exposure) Aim for a balanced programme overall (eg between medical and surgical exposure) What to do this weekend and next…………..

18 Enjoy year 5! Many opportunities and choices Many opportunities and choices Increasing confidence Increasing confidence Preparing for your career as a doctor Preparing for your career as a doctor

19 Block 1 August – September Block 2 September – October Block 3 October –November Block 4 November –December Exemption Exam January Block 5 January – February Block 6 February- March Block 7 March –April Block 8 April –May Year 5 Finals May you need to be available for portfolio/any outstanding work until the term ends ( ~end May) Doctor YOU! August - ???? So your final year will look something like this

20 Any Questions Please contact : Pam Riddick – Year 5 Coordinator Tel:


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