Presentation on theme: "King’s Specialty Lead Registrar Leadership Development Programme Mr T Lasoye, FRCS FCEM MA Med Ed Director of Medical Education & Assistant Medical Director."— Presentation transcript:
King’s Specialty Lead Registrar Leadership Development Programme Mr T Lasoye, FRCS FCEM MA Med Ed Director of Medical Education & Assistant Medical Director
Personal story June 16 th – SpR in EM; finishes shift 2200hrs June 17 th - Consultant in EM- the only one available; others on the college conference somewhere nice. Excited about running the ‘show’ clinically, but quickly realised how ill-prepared I was for the business!
The Need: Large Trust with 600+ training/non-training grade doctors A wish to engage this large talent pool in service improvements A recognition of the need to better prepare trainees for consultant roles Curriculum/ARCPs requiring leadership & management training.
The Response: Senior Specialty Lead Registrar for each Specialty A conduit between Management and trainee/non-training grade and PGMDE 6 x Day Development Programme Undertake a quality/service improvement project – working with management Awards ceremony
Development Programme Content Overview and structure of NHS Personal Development and Useful Tools, i.e. MBTI/Emotional Intelligence Working on projects and managing change The Business of Healthcare Learning from patients
Projects include: Practice PACES": A PACES revision course for medical trainees Improving Induction and Training for Sexual Health Staff` Remembering the forgotten neurology patient.. Maintaining an open access service for rheumatology patients Emergency Chest Opening at King's - Improving Availability of Instrument Packs
The Outcomes: 3 rd cohort with trainees from a wide range of specialties learning and working together Rolling 6 monthly programme 1 st Awards Ceremony Mr Michael Parker, Chairman presenting to Mr Daniel Robb, Cardiothoracic Senior Trainee
Mr Michael Parker, Chairman presenting to Dr Omar Mukhtar, Clinical Pharmacology, RCP Associate Tutor Excellent participant feedback: “The Lead Specialty programme at KCH allows a more practical exposure to management and leadership beyond that provided by conventional Management courses” (Nicola Gullick,NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Rheumatology) “The programme takes a wide range of trainees from different specialities. It is actually quite rare for this to happen in an educational environment by a senior trainee stage as most courses and conferences I go to are fairly limited to my own areas of clinical interest.” (Helen Matthews SpR Hepatology/Gastroenterology/G(I)M)