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Welcome to HE KSS Obstetrics and Gynaecology training programme 7 year run through training Core training ST1 and ST2 Intermediate level training ST3-5.

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1 Welcome to HE KSS Obstetrics and Gynaecology training programme 7 year run through training Core training ST1 and ST2 Intermediate level training ST3-5 Advanced level training ST6-7

2 KSS School of Obstetrics and Gynaecology aims to support the delivery of the RCOG curriculum leading to successful attainment of CCT Ensure the provision of the full range of training experiences leading to the development of clinical competency Supportive training environment High quality educational supervision

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4 Miss Melanie Tipples: Core trainee TPD, Regional training days Mr Rob Bradley: Higher trainee TPD, ARCPs Miss Renata Hutt: Ultrasound coordinator Miss Sandra Bynoe: Simulation training Miss Ruth Mason: Workplace behaviour champion

5 Deanery level Executive committee Quarterly KSS O and G committee meetings Local education provider visits Training of educational supervisors

6 Trainee involvement STC Deanery visits Representation by higher trainee representative on RCOG Committee Education fellow Ideas from all welcome- this year new regional training days designed by trainees

7 Mentoring Established mentoring programme All expected to take part 2 weeks to choose mentor If unsuccessful we will match Fiona Cowan ST4 will coordinate Half day training for mentees (12 th Dec prov) and mentors (15 th Dec prov)

8 Setting Standards Local Academic Board (LAB) Local Faculty Group (LFG) Local Education Provider (LEP) Visits

9 Local Academic Board (LAB) In each Local Education Provider (LEP), established by KSS Receive information from Local Faculty Groups (LFGs) Fulfil the educational governance function Monitor and oversee the quality of training Centralised conduit of communication Meet 3 times a year Review and consider reports from LFGs May initiate LEP internal review of programmes Host and manage visits to LEPs Detailed remit is contained in GEAR

10 Local Faculty Group (LFG) Established and maintained by Local Education Providers (LEPs) One for each specialty within the LEP Responsible for ensuring LEPs deliver high quality postgraduate medical education Ensure systems are developed, implemented and evaluated. Must comply with the approved curriculum of the Royal College, the GMC’s ‘Good Medical Practice,’ Relevant GMC publications the NHSLA Risk Management Standards for Acute Trusts, CQC, Primary Care Trusts and Independent Sector Providers of NHS Care.

11 Local Education Provider (LEP) Visits All core and selected higher specialties are visited in each LEP KSS Deanery visiting team In line with the GMC framework for quality assurance of training Areas of concern or good practice are noted and reported Reports are delivered by the LFG and LAB to the KSS Deanery Quality Management Steering Group for consideration. Reports feed into Annual Specialty Reports

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13 Who is responsible for your training? YOU! Your educational supervisor Your college tutor Your mentor Head of School and TPDs, KSS School of O and G Admin team

14 Trainee Responsibilities Educational agreement with the Deanery GMC Good Medical Practice Work effectively as an employee E&D and Human Rights Maintain contact with your TPD, Educational Supervisor and Clinical Tutor Maintain an up-to-date Portfolio and CV Participate in your appraisal Be aware of what is required for assessment Form R - keeping Deanery informed of contact details GMC Survey (mandatory) Absence and Resignation

15 Trainee Responsibilities Be pro-active! Attend teaching sessions and training days Know and link training opportunities to your curriculum Close the loop on audits Prepare for examinations well in advance Maintain an up-to-date ePortfolio and CV Maintain logbooks Develop your communication skills Respond to s promptly

16 Trainee Responsibilities Communication Keep the Deanery informed of any changes in circumstances like address, or phone number Ensure the Deanery knows when you sit exams and whether you pass Respond promptly to communication from the Deanery, even if in the negative

17 Blood Borne Virus There is a requirement for a Trainee to report via Occupational Health- OH at outset of employment matters relating to certain BBVs. This is a Potential Patient Safety issue and the Trainee may also require specific adjustments to be made to their working practices. For further details contact your OH Department

18 Consent Patient Safety and Informed Choice. 1.Follow best guidance in consent summarised by DH and GMC. 2.Familiarise yourself with local guidance and consent paperwork at the outset of your post. 3.Consult with your Educational and Clinical Supervisor for queries relating to consent.

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20 Revalidation As relevant to O & G KSS Deanery Trainees

21 What is Revalidation? The GMC states: ‘Revalidation will be our new way of regulating licensed doctors that will give extra confidence to patients that their doctors are up to date and fit to practise’

22 Who needs to be revalidated? All doctors fully GMC registered with a licence to practise –Including Foundation year two and specialty training trainees

23 When is Revalidation being launched? Launch date: 3 rd December 2012 –GMC aim to have revalidated the majority of licensed doctors by end of March 2016 (for the first time)

24 When do I need to revalidate O & G trainees have more than five years to CCT Revalidate five years from the date you gained full GMC registration with licence to practise, and again at the point of eligibility for CCT The process will then run in a five year cycle as long as you remain fully GMC registered with licence to practise

25 How will you revalidate? Each doctor will be assigned to a designated body (O & G, KSS Deanery) The designated body has a Responsible Officer (RO)(Prof Abdol Tavabie, KSS Post Graduate Dean) Responsible Officer will make an annual recommendation to the GMC based on your participation in the ARCP process as to whether you: – Are up to date, –Fit to practise –Should be revalidated

26 How will you Revalidate cont…. It is your responsibility to ensure that your RO is correctly allocated –If you transfer to a new Deanery your RO will become your new Post Graduate Dean –If you leave training/complete training you must nominate a new RO as appropriate for your new designated body

27 How will you Revalidate cont…. Use evidence from your ePortfolio as supporting information to show that you are meeting GMC professional standards in daily practice: –Meeting Curriculum requirements –Meeting Training Programme requirements –ARCP Outcome form –Enhanced Form R –Educational Supervisors Report

28 Enhanced Form R You will need to complete the enhanced Form R annually and return to KSS Deanery –Personal Details, NTN, GMC Number –Details on scope of practice –Significant events (Significant Untoward Incidents (SUIs) / Critical Incidents) –Complaints and Compliments –Probity and Health Statements Signed by post graduate dean


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