Presentation on theme: "SW Public Health Specialty Training Programme Past, present and future Dr Chris Hine, Head of School and Training Programme Director."— Presentation transcript:
SW Public Health Specialty Training Programme Past, present and future Dr Chris Hine, Head of School and Training Programme Director
The past year 1 st Aug 2010 – 31 st July 2011 Part A passes / sittings6/10 Part B passes / sittings10/12 Destination of trainees leaving scheme Total leavers6 UK based consultant post5 Relocation overseas1
The past year Successful recruitment round Assessing the risks and opportunities of transition –Working with the Deanery Developing quality and quality management – the ARCP process – supervisor accreditation
Present Retaining the position of PH Specialty Training alongside other Specialties overseen by GMC Stronger networks and demonstration of the quality of what we all do to future employers, GMC Financial constraints Recruitment: academic clinical fellows
Future Securing sufficient training capacity Meeting GMC standards in training locations Addressing limitations eg access to educational resources Innovation as the system changes: –Our methods and programme of events –Understanding the jobs market All registrars to be included in GMC annual survey
GMC registrar survey 2011: educational resources In this post how easy is it to access the library resources you need? In this post the range of resources (electronic and printed) within the library covered the areas I needed to follow in my curriculumSW n=6
GMC registrar survey 2011: support and development of trainees, trainers and local faculty To what extent were you involved in clinical audit in this post? Did you have access to e-learning relevant to your training? How often did you have the opportunity to learn with other healthcare professionals? Did you have the opportunity to participate in research in this post?