ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Days

Please find below the ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Programme 2021/2022.  Please ensure you liaise with your individual departments to arrange study leave on these days.

The School provides monthly regional training days for ACCS trainees in order to ensure the curriculum is fully covered. It is therefore imperative that local departments prioritise releasing of trainees to attend these days. The only exception is where the trainee is on nights. All other shifts including twilight and late shifts should be covered by other staff. Trainees should not be expected to return after attending a training day to complete the remainder of a shift. The new contract also makes provision for trainees to attend a training day if it happens to fall on a scheduled day off and claim a day off in lieu elsewhere.

ST3 Regional Induction - Friday 13th August 2021

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 and DRE-EM Trainees.

Dr Pawan Gupta, ST3/DRE-EM Training Programme Director would like to invite you to the ST3/DRE-EM Training Induction which is taking place on Friday 13th August 2021, 09:00-12:00hrs. The induction will take place virtually, using zoom.

The zoom meeting details have been sent to all trainees via email. The session can also be accessed through your Bridge account 

Programme:

0900-0915 - Welcome and Introductions (Nam/Pawan)

0915-1000 -  New curriculum (Nam/Pawan)

1000-1030 - Portfolio (Pawan)

1030-1045 - Bridge/Panopto (Pawan)

1045-1200 - How to do assessments (Pawan)

Meeting guidelines

·   We recommend downloading Zoom on your phone or personal computer in advance of the session, and joining 5-10 minutes before the official start time.

·  You will automatically be placed on mute when joining the meeting - please do not unmute yourself unless speaking in the session.

·  We will be recording the sessions which will be made available post event for trainees that were unable to attend the live session - by dialling into the meeting, you are agreeing to participate in a recorded session.

·  Please be aware that no sensitive or patient-identifiable data will be discussed during these meetings unless consent has been obtained in advance.

GPC's: 

Domain 8: Capabilities in education and training

Clinical presentations and codes: 

Curriculum updates, how to do WPBAs

 

ST3 Paediatric Emergency Medicine Course - Thursday 9th and Friday 10th September 2021

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 and DRE-EM Trainees. This course is a mandatory ARCP requirement for all ST3/DRE-EM trainees (who are in post from August 2021) and it is therefore imperative that you attend this course. DRE-EM trainees are expected to attend if they are undertaking their year in Emergency Medicine.

The course will be run at 2 separate locations and on different dates to allow trainees the flexibility to attend the date and venue which is most convenient to you.

Please could we request that you liaise with your rota coordinator’s to establish which course dates you will be attending. 

Host 1: Broomfield Hospital - Thursday 9th September 2021 (face to face) and Friday 10th September 2021 (virtual)

Host 2: Basildon Hospital - Monday 11th October 2021 (face to face)

Further details will be circulated in due course. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: (SLO 5): Care for children of all ages in the ED, at all stages of development and children with complex needs

GPC's: 

Domain1: Professional values/behaviours
Domain 2: Professional Skills (Clinical)
Domain 3: Professional knowledge
Domain 5: Capabilities in leadership & teamworking
Domain 6: Patient safety & Quality improvement
Domain 7:Capabilities in safeguarding vulnerable groups

Clinical presentations and codes: 

*Assessment of a sick child
*BRUE (RC4)
*SUDIC Protocol (RC5)
*Common childhood exanthems (DC1)
*Dehydration in children (GC3)
*Pyloric Stenosis (GC9)
*Kawasaki Disease (IC4)

*Torticollis (MuC8)
*Limping Child (MuC9)
*Osteochondritis (MuC10)
*Newborn resuscitation (NeoC1)
*Neonatal Sepsis (NeoC2)
*Congenital heart disease (NeoC3)
*Jaundice (NeoC4)
*Self-harm in children and adolescent (SaP1)
* Concerning presentations (SaP2)

 

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 8th October 2021

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Addenbrooke's Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme:   A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: SLO:2: Effectively lead resusucation team (Trauma in this context)   SLO 4: Care of acutely injured patients across the full range of complexity

GPC's: 

Domain 2: Professional Skills (Clinical)
Domain 3: Professional knowledge
Domain 5: Capabilities in leadership and teamworking

Clinical presentations and codes: 

TP1. Head Injury
TP2. Spinal injury
TP3. Chest and Lung injury
TP4. Major vascular injury
TP5. Abdominal Injury
TP6.Pelvic Injury

 

ST3 Paediatric Emergency Medicine Course - Monday 11th October 2021

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 and DRE-EM Trainees. This course is a mandatory ARCP requirement for all ST3/DRE-EM trainees (who are in post from August 2021) and it is therefore imperative that you attend this course. DRE-EM trainees are expected to attend if they are undertaking their year in Emergency Medicine.

The course will be run at 2 separate locations and on different dates to allow trainees the flexibility to attend the date and venue which is most convenient to you.

Please could we request that you liaise with your rota coordinator’s to establish which course dates you will be attending. 

You must attend the virtual training which is taking place on Friday 10th September and then one of the face to face courses as outlined below:

Host 1: Broomfield Hospital - Thursday 9th September 2021 (face to face) 

Host 2: Basildon Hospital - Monday 11th October 2021 (face to face) 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: (SLO 5): Care for children of all ages in the ED, at all stages of development and children with complex needs

GPC's: 

Domain1: Professional values/behaviours
Domain 2: Professional Skills (Clinical)
Domain 3: Professional knowledge
Domain 5: Capabilities in leadership & teamworking
Domain 6: Patient safety & Quality improvement
Domain 7:Capabilities in safeguarding vulnerable groups

Clinical presentations and codes: 

*Assessment of a sick child
*BRUE (RC4)
*SUDIC Protocol (RC5)
*Common childhood exanthems (DC1)
*Dehydration in children (GC3)
*Pyloric Stenosis (GC9)
*Kawasaki Disease (IC4)

*Torticollis (MuC8)
*Limping Child (MuC9)
*Osteochondritis (MuC10)
*Newborn resuscitation (NeoC1)
*Neonatal Sepsis (NeoC2)
*Congenital heart disease (NeoC3)
*Jaundice (NeoC4)
*Self-harm in children and adolescent (SaP1)
* Concerning presentations (SaP2)

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 12th November 2021

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Norfolk & Norwich Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme:  A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: SLO4: Care of acutely injury patients across the full range of complexity

GPC's: 

Domaim 2: Professional skills
Domain 3: Professional knowledge
Domain 5: Capabilities in leadership & teamworking

Clinical presentations and codes: 

TP7.Limb and joint injury
TP8. Burns including electrical burns (TC.3)
TP9.Inhalation Injury
TP10.Wounds
TC1. Compartment Syndrome
TC4. Salter-Harris Classification

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 10th December 2021

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Luton & Dunstable Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme: A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: SLO3: Identify sick adult patients, be able to resuscitate and stablise and know when it is appropriate to stop

GPC's: 

Domain 2: Professional skills
Domain 3: Professional knowledge
Domain 5: Leadership & teamworking
Domain 6: Patient safety & quality improvement

Clinical presentations and codes: 

RP1. Acute Airway obstruction (RC1.Choking, RC2.Sttridor)
RP2. Anaphylaxis/Anaphylatoid reaction
RP5. Respiratory Failure (RC4. BRUE, RC5 SUDIC Protocol)
RP6. Sepsis
RP7. Shock
RP8. Unconsciousness

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 14th January 2022

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Ipswich Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme: A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: SLO1: Care for physiologically stable adult patients presenting to acute care across the full range of complexity (Mental Health)

GPC's: 

Domain 1: Professional values/behaviours
Domain 2: Professional skills
Domain 3: Professional knowledge
Domain 4: Health promotion/ illness prevention
Domain 5: Leadership & teamworking
Domain 6: Patient safety & Quality improvement

Clinical presentations and codes: 

MHP1. Aggressive or distubed behaviour
MHP2. Anxiety/ Panic
MPH3. Physical symptoms unexplained by organic disease
MPH4. Self-harm
MPH5. Refusal of treatment
MHC1. Alcohol & Substance misuse
MHC2. Depression

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 11th February 2022

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Southend Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme: A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: SLO1: Care for physiologically stable adult patients presenting to acute care across the full range of complexity (Older patients with complex co-morbidity in the ED).

GPC's: 

Domain 2: Professional skills (clinical skills)
Domain 3: Professional knowledge
Domain 4: Capabilties in health promotion and illness prevention
Domain 6: Capabilities in patient safety and quality improvement
Domain 7:Capabilities in safeguarding vulnerable groups

Clinical presentations and codes: 

EIC1. Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment
EIP1. Delirium
EIP3. Falls
EIP4. Fragility fractures
EIP5. Frailty
EIP6. Hypothermia
EIP10. Unsteadiness/ balance disturbance
XC3. Safeguarding in adults

 

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 11th March 2022

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Princess Alexandra Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme: A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: 

SLO7. Dealing with complex challenging situations in the work place   

SLO9. Support, supervise and educate

GPC's: 

Domain 1: Professional values and behaviours
Domain 8: Capabilities in education and training

Clinical presentations and codes: 

*How to deal with patients who appear angry or distressed
*Interaction with difficult colleagues
*How to deliver teaching session
*Principles of adult learning
*Art of delivering effective feedback to junior colleagues
*Supervising to junior clinicians/ undergraduates

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 8th April 2022

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Watford General Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme: A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: SLO 6: Delivery key procedural skills (please use various methods including using manikins, simulated scenarios, practical demonstrations etc)

GPC's: 

Domain 1: Professional values and behaviours
Domain 2: Professional skills

Clinical presentations and codes: 

*Paediatric Sedation,
*Non-invasive ventilation,
*Open Chest Drain
*Fracture/ dislocation manipulation
*External pacing
*Emergency delivery

 

 

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 13th May 2022

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Lister Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme: A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: 

SLO1: Care for physiologically stable adult patients presenting to acute care across the full range of complexity (Nephrology)
SLO 10: Participate in research and managing data appropriately
SLO 11: Participate in and promote activity to improve the quality and safety of patient care
SLO 12: Manage, administer and lead

GPC's: 

Domain 2: Professional skills
Domain 3: Professional knowledge

Clinical presentations and codes: 

*NepP1. Electrolyte disorders,
*NepP2. Oliguria/ Acute Kidney Injury (NepC1)
*Appraise, synthesise and communicate research evidence,
*Understanding of methodology of Quality Improvement Projects,
*How to handle a complaint and prepare a report

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day - Friday 10th June 2022

To be attended by all Emergency Medicine ST3 trainees and DRE-EM Trainees undertaking their Emergency Medicine or Paediatric rotation.

Host: Colchester Hospital 

Venue: To be confirmed 

Programme: A full programme will be made available to 2 weeks prior to the event. 

RCEM Speciality Learning Outcome: SLO1: Care for physiologically stable adult patients presenting to acute care across the full range of complexity (Endocrinology)
SLO3: Identify sick adult patients, be able to resuscitate and stablise and know when it is appropriate to stop

GPC's: 

Domain 2: Professional skills
Domain 3: Professional knowledge
Domain 4: Health promotion & illness prevention

Clinical presentations and codes: 

EnP1. Addisonian Crisis
EnP2. Hyperglycaemia
EnP3. Hypoglycaemia
EnC2. DKA
EnC3. Diabetic foot
EnC6. Thyroid emergencies

ACCS & ST3 / DRE-EM Presentation Day - Friday 8th July 2022

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 and CT2 trainees irrespective of parent speciality, all Emergency Medicine ST3 and DRE-EM trainees.

Curriculum Coverage: ACCS and ST3 Trainees meet together to share learning and celebrate the end of the year.

Host: Bedford Hospital 
 
Programme: A programme will be made available 2 weeks prior to the event 
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