Please find below the ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Programme 2017/18. Please ensure you liaise with your individual departments to arrange study leave on these days

Paeds MSK Course - 13, 14 and 15 September 2017
MRCEM Mock OSCE - Friday 22 September 2017

Health Education EAST OF ENGLAND
Provisional programme for
MOCK OSCEs DAY (MRCEM),
22/09/ 2017
Venue – Cambridge Professional Development Centre
ELH1601, Foster Road, Trumpington
Cambridge CB2 9NL

09:00-09:15 Registration
09:15-10:15 Tips for OSCEs Faculty
10:15-10:30 Tea Break
10:30 – 11:00 Station set up
11:00-13:15 2 Sets of OSCEs Faculty
with some stations changed
Each station 10 minutes:
1 minute reading.
7 mins practice run and 2 minutes feedback on
a) Communication
b) History taking
c) Physical Examination
d) Teaching med/ nursing student
e) Joint examination
f) Practical skills
13:15 – 14:00 LUNCH
14:00 – 15:00 Set of OSCEs Faculty
Each station: 1minute reading and 7 minutes practice run (exam
condition).
15:00-16:00 Tea Break & Feedback on the day
The above programme timings may vary depending on the
number of trainees and trainers.

ST3 / DRE-EM Training Day - Friday 13 October 2017

ST3/DRE-EM Regional Training Day, Friday 13th October

Venue: Sheila Adams Garden Room, Deakin Centre, Addenbrooke’s Hospital Site.

Programme:

                9.30:                      Registration and Coffee

10.00-11.00:        Interactive talk on abdominal trauma, penetrating trauma and ultrasound

                                Richard Kendall, ED Consultant, Addenbrookes.

11.00-13.00:        Practical Skills in Trauma Workshop (thoracostomy, chest drain, io access, haemorrhage control.

                                Dr Sarah Hazleman, ED Consultant, Addenbrookes.

13.00-14.00:        Lunch

14.00-15.00:        Maxillofacial Trauma

                                Mr Malcolm Cameron, Maxillofacial Consultant, Addenbrookes.

15.00-15.45:        Head trauma & head CT interpretation

                                Dr Yasmin Sultan, ED Consultant, Addenbrookes.

15.45-16.30:        Chest trauma

                                Dr Vazeer Ahmed, ED Consultant, Addenbrookes.

 

Abdominal trauma, penetrating trauma and ultrasound

ST3 / DRE-EM Training Day - Friday 10 November 2017

Lecture Theatre, Education Centre

Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Prittlewell Chase

Westcliff on Sea

Essex

SS0 0RY

 

CARDIOLOGY

 

 

Time

 

Topic

0930-1000

Registration,  Coffee and Pastries

 

1000-1045

Dr Tom Keeble, Consultant Cardiologist- Acute Coronary Syndromes

1045-1130

Dr Claire Willis, ED Consultant and Clinical lead - Thoracic Aneurysms

1130-1145

Coffee and biscuits

 

1145 -1315

 

OSCE stations and practice (cardiology) - Dr Dalip Kumar ED Consultant and Dr Michael Acidri ED Consultant

 

 

1315-1400

 Hot Buffet Lunch

 

1400-1500

ECG Workshop- Dr Caroline Howard, ED Consultant and Clinical Director

 

1500-1515

 

Tea and Biscuits

1515-1600

Dr Shah ED Consultant - Heart failure

1600-1645

Dr Watfa ED Consultant – Atrial Fibrillation

1645

Close

 

 

The education centre is at the back by entrance 6 but people will not be able to drive in this way.

Entry and parking is available off of Prittlewell Chase via entrance number 1 in both car park A and the multi-storey car park (MSCP) which they should head for the left hand lane labelled car park C even though this is labelled staff only as this has since changed. There is a pay on exit system in operation using the card received as they enter.

Nearest station is Prittlewell station on the Liverpool Street line or Westcliffe station out of Fenchurch Street

MRCEM Mock OSCE - Thursday 04 January 2018

Provisional programme for

MOCK OSCEs DAY (MRCEM),

04 JANUARY 2018

For the examinees taking MRCEM OSCE in Jan/Feb 2018

 

Course Organiser: Mr Pawan Gupta

 

Venue – Lecture Theatre 1, Medical Academic Unit

Broomfield Hospital

Chelmsford CM1 7ET

 

 

09:00-09:15          Registration              

 

09:15-10:15          Tips for OSCEs                                  Pawan Gupta                 

                                                              

10:15-10:30                    Tea Break

 

10:30 – 11:00       Station set up

 

11:00-13:15          2 Sets of OSCEs                                Faculty

                             with some stations changed

 

Each station 10 minutes:

1 minute reading.

7 mins practice run and 2 minutes feedback on

                             a) Communication

                             b) History taking

                             c) Physical Examination

                             d) Teaching med/ nursing student

                             e) Joint examination

                             f) Practical skills

 

13:15 – 14:00      LUNCH

 

14:00 – 15:00       Set of OSCEs                                     Faculty

 

Each station: 1minute reading and 7 minutes practice run (exam condition).

 

15:00-16:00                   Tea Break & Feedback on the day

 

The above programme timings may vary depending on the number of trainees and trainers.

 

 

ST3 / DRE-EM Training Day - Friday 12 January 2018

BASILDON & THURROCK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, Nethermayne, Basildon SS16 5NL

ED seminar room

Useful Information

  1. The programme will start at 10:00 and finishes around 16:00
  2. The venue is the ED Seminar Room in the ED building, please report to reception and they will guide you (doors are protected by security pass)
  3. There will be refreshments and sponsored lunch.
  4. Basildon hospital has a large multi-storey car park, however parking can be an issue in the morning so please allow some time for parking, you can claim the parking charge( in addition to mileage )through your study leave.
  5. For further information you can contact Anna Frost at the School or Mr Abdulla Pas Leslie Gibbs/Julie miles on 01268524900- 2866 or 2870

 

TIME

 

 

TOPIC

 

SPEAKER

 

VENUE

 

10:00

 

Registration / Tea & Coffee/ Introduction

 

Mr Saad Abdulla

Consultant  in  EM

 

ED Seminar Room

 

10:15

 

Interpreting Chest CT Scans for Medical Conditions

 

Dr Shannon Anderson Radiology SpR

 

 

11:00

 

Haemoptysis

 

Dr Kanwar Pannu

Consultant in  Respiratory Medicine

 

 

 

11:45

 

Coffee Break

 

 

 

12:00

 

Pleural Effusion

 

Dr Dipak Mukherjee

Consultant  in Respiratory Medicine

 

 

12:45

 

Lunch / Sponsorship Lecture

 

Mr Barry Blignaut

 

 

13:30

 

Respiratory Physiology Testing

 

Dr Johnson Samuel

Consultant  in Respiratory Medicine

 

 

14:15

 

Practical Session. Chest Drainage

 

Mr Saad Abdulla

Consultant in  EM

 

 

15:15

 

Pitfalls & Respiratory Medicine

 

Mr Saad Abdulla

Consultant in  EM

 

 

16:00

 

Close – Any Questions?

 

Mr Saad Abdulla

 

 

ST3 / DRE-EM Training Day - Friday 09 February 2018

Venue: Social club, The L&D Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Lewsey Rd, Luton LU4 0DZ

0830-0900: Registration

0900-1000: Unusual Stroke presentation by Dr Alwis, Consultant Stroke Physcian

1000-1100: How to quickly read a CT head by Dr Pathan, EM Senior Clinical Fellow

1100-1145: Transfer of pt with brain injury by Dr Dean Burns, Consultant in EM and ICU

1145-1230: What happens in headache clinic By Dr Cohen, Consultant Neurologist

1230-1400: Lunch

1400-1500: What happens in First fit clinic by Dr Amit Batla, Consultant Neurologist

1500-1600: Stroke thrombolysis in ED by Dr Amir Reyahi, EM Staff Specialist with special interest in stroke and trauma

1600-1630: Is it really a Subarachnoid haemorrhage? Decision making in ED by Dr Dhinakharan, Consultant EM and Foundation year Co-Director (L&D)

1630-1700: Trainee feedback.

ST3 / DRE-EM Training Day - Friday 09 March 2018

Lecture Theatre 2 in the Medical Education Centre, Watford General Hospital 

Theme: Trauma in the District General Hospital

 

0930-0945 – Registration and coffee

0945-1000 – Introduction to day and housekeeping

1000-1100 – Major trauma in the DGH: A taste of what we see in Watford – Dr Sarah Hickin-Yacoub (ST3) and Dr Muhammad Asaria (ST5)

1100-1145 – Human factors in trauma: Special considerations for the DGH setting – Dr Rachel Hoey (ED Consultant and Head of Simulation for East of England)

1145-1200 – Coffee

1200-1300 – Silver trauma – Dr Dissan Ranjith (Consultant Geriatrician)

1300-1400 – Lunch (not provided)

1400-1500 – Paediatric trauma in the DGH – Dr Solomon Kamal-Uddin (Paediatric Emergency Medicine Consultant)

1500-1600 – Upper limb trauma – Mr Howard Borkett-Jones (ED Consultant and Director for Medical Education at Watford)

1600-1615 – Feedback and close

 

Notes for attendees:

Parking is notoriously difficult at Watford General and unfortunately, we are not able to over any subsidy.  Please could trainees ensure they arrive in plenty of time and if possible, travel by public transport or car share.  Watford General is in walking distance of Watford Junction mainline station, as well as the Metropolitan Line and London Overground.

 

Please also note that due to changes in funding from the deanery, we are unable to provide lunch on the training day.  Trainees should either provide their own food or visit the canteen on site.

MRCEM Mock OSCE - Monday 16 April 2018

Health Education EAST OF ENGLAND

Provisional programme for

MOCK OSCEs DAY (MRCEM),

16 April 2018

Course Organiser: Mr Pawan Gupta

Venue – Lecture Theatre 1, Medical Academic Unit

Broomfield Hospital

Chelmsford CM1 7ET

 

09:00-09:15          Registration              

09:15-10:15          Tips for OSCEs                                  Pawan Gupta                 

10:15-10:30                    Tea Break

10:30 – 11:00       Station set up

11:00-13:15          2 Sets of OSCEs                                Faculty

                             with some stations changed

Each station 10 minutes:

1 minute reading.

7 mins practice run and 2 minutes feedback on

                             a) Communication

                             b) History taking

                             c) Physical Examination

                             d) Teaching med/ nursing student

                             e) Joint examination

                             f) Practical skills

 

13:15 – 14:00      LUNCH

14:00 – 15:00       Set of OSCEs                                     Faculty

Each station: 1 minute reading and 7 minutes practice run (exam condition).

15:00-16:00                   Tea Break & Feedback on the day

The above programme timings may vary depending on the number of trainees and trainers.

 

 

ST3 / DRE-EM Training Day - Friday 13 April 2018 - CANCELLED

Health Education EAST OF ENGLAND

Provisional programme for

MOCK OSCEs DAY (MRCEM),

16 April 2018

Course Organiser: Mr Pawan Gupta

Venue – Lecture Theatre 1, Medical Academic Unit

Broomfield Hospital

Chelmsford CM1 7ET

 

09:00-09:15          Registration              

09:15-10:15          Tips for OSCEs                                  Pawan Gupta                 

10:15-10:30                    Tea Break

10:30 – 11:00       Station set up

11:00-13:15          2 Sets of OSCEs                                Faculty

                             with some stations changed

Each station 10 minutes:

1 minute reading.

7 mins practice run and 2 minutes feedback on

                             a) Communication

                             b) History taking

                             c) Physical Examination

                             d) Teaching med/ nursing student

                             e) Joint examination

                             f) Practical skills

 

13:15 – 14:00      LUNCH

14:00 – 15:00       Set of OSCEs                                     Faculty

Each station: 1 minute reading and 7 minutes practice run (exam condition).

15:00-16:00                   Tea Break & Feedback on the day

The above programme timings may vary depending on the number of trainees and trainers.

 

 

ST3 / DRE-EM Training Day - Friday 11 May 2018

 

Location:

Oak Room, Lister Education Centre (LEC), Lister Hospital, East and North Herts NHS Trust, Coreys Mill Lane, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG1 4AB

Map Attached: Lister Education Centre is in the light blue zone

Theme: Endocrine/Metabolic

Programme:

 

Time

Topic

0930-1000:

Registration, Coffee and Introduction

1000-1100:

Paediatric Endocrine Emergencies

Dr. Christina Matei (Paediatric Endocrinology Consultant)

 

1100-1200:

Renal Emergencies

Dr. Nina Gerdes (Speciality Registrar in Renal Medicine)

 

1200-1230:

Toxicology QI - Part 1

 

1230-1330:

Lunch (Not provided)

1330-1430

Adult Endocrine Cases –

Dr Sagan Zac-Varghese (Consultant Endocrinologist)

 

1430-1500:

Toxicology QI - Part 2

 

1500-1600:

Moulage​ Scenarios –

Dr. Elizabeth Turner (Emergency Medicine and PEM Consultant)

 

1600:

Feedback and Close

 

 

Road Directions and Parking:

Leave A1M motorway, Junction 8, following the signs on the roundabout for Lister Hospital. Satnav: SG1 4AB

 

Parking is available in the multistorey car park with limited parking available on the road. Cost per day is £8.50 and we are unfortunately unable to offer a subsidy.

The education centre is located in the light blue zone (see map), a less than 5 minute walk from the multistorey car park (sign posted)
 

Public Transport:

There are regular trains from Kings Cross Stations to Stevenage train station. It is about a 2 mile walk to the hospital.

Regular Buses are available from Stevenage train station (either 301 or 55) to the Hospital.

 

 

ST3 / DRE-EM Training Day - Friday 08 June 2018

TOPIC:  CARDIOLOGY

VENUE:  PGMEC. PARNDON HALL,

PRINCESS ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL, Hamstel Road, Harlow, CM20 1QX

 

09:30 – 10:00            Arrival and Registration

10:00 – 10:15            Welcome. - Introductions and outline                              Mr Suneil Ramnani

                                    of the day.

                                                       

10:15 – 11:00            Tachyarrhythmias – Recognition                                      Dr Teifion Davies                                

11:00 – 11:45            Acute Coronary Syndromes                                              Mr Aman Khan

11:45 – 12:00            Coffee Break

12:00 – 12:45            Syncope                                                                                Mr Suneil Ramnani

 

12:45 – 13:15                Stroke Prevention Strategies in                                        Marie Findlay-Hall

Atrial Fibrillation

 

13:15 – 14.00            Lunch  –  Sponsored by Bayer Pharmaceuticals     

                                            

14:00 – 16:00            Practical Stations

                                    3 Groups

                                    30 minutes each

                                    Including break for afternoon tea at 15:00

 

STATION 1

STATION 2

STATION 3

14:00 - 14:30

GROUP A

GROUP B

GROUP C

14:30 - 15:00

GROUP C

GROUP A

GROUP B

15:00 - 15:30

BREAK

 

 

15:30 - 16:00

GROUP B

GROUP C

GROUP A

 

STATION 1 – Tachyarrhythmias and Defibrillation (SIM Suite)

                      Bradycardias and Pacing                                                                                     Dr Curtis Emordi

 

STATION 2 – Focused Bedside Echo (Skills Room)                                         Dr Justin Markiewicz

STATION 3 – ECG Workshop (Room 4)                                                              Dr Rishi Gupta

16:00 – 16:30            Feedback, Summary of the day and completion

of evaluation forms.

 

16:30                          CLOSE

 

 

MRCEM Mock OSCE - Monday 25 June 2018 - CANCELLED

The MRCEM Mock OSCE will no longer be taking place on 25 June as the MRCEM exam which was taking place in July has been brought forward to 11-13 June.

Presentation Day - Friday 06 July 2018

ACCS and ST3/DRE-EM Presentation Day

09:00 - 16.00hrs in S2, Kings House, 245 Ampthill Road, Bedford, MK42 9AZ.

Programme

Timing

Presentation:

Speakers:

09.00-09.20

Registration, Refreshments and Introduction

Dr Devasena Subramanian, Consultant in Emergency Medicine

09.20-09.40

Acute vertigo 

Nalayini Jeyavel,  ST3 Emergency Medicine

09.40-10.00

PHEM Feedback: Learning from patients, for patients

Matthew Snowsill, ST3 Emergency Medicine Nalayini Jeyavel,  ST3 Emergency Medicine

10.00-10.20

Hindsight bias and its effects on case note reviews of patient care

Daisy (Sian) Stevens.  ST2 Emergency Medicine

10.20-10.40

Drooling over Turkey…                         

Saptha Gopi,  ST2 Emergency Medicine

10.40-11.00

Refreshments

11.00-11.20

Body Electricity and Electro-therapy

Jude Okoye,  DRE-EM

11.20-11.40

The Forgotten Disease

Manjit Riyat,  ST2 Emergency Medicine

11.40-12.00

DVT management in ambulatory care at Broomfield Hospital: a re-audit 

Frederick Jarvis CT2, Acute Medicine, Thines Karunakaran,  CT2, Acute Medicine,  Amit Shah,  CT2, Acute Medicine

12.00-12.20

ECG Mishaps - artefacts and operator errors

Rasheed Kaja Mohammad, DRE-EM

12.20-12.40

USE of NOAC in acute setting

Dr Marlyse Dieuguie-Djontu, Consultant in Acute Medicine

12.40-13.20

Lunch

13.20-13.40

Diagnostic yield and clinical outcome of CT Head scans in elderly patients over 85 years of age from emergency department

Nabarun Das, ST2 Emergency Medicine, Usama Basit,  ST2 Emergency Medicine , Kaja Mohammad Rasheed, DRE-EM

13.40-14.00

A profile of head injuries in anti-coagulated elderly patients

 

14:00-14.20

Sometimes it really is a zebra!

Sarah Hickin,  ST3 Emergency Medicine

14.20-14.40

Refreshments

14.40-15.15

Trainee meeting

15.15-15.45

Expectations as You Enter ST3

  • Acute Medicine
  • Anaesthetics
  • Emergency Medicine

 

  • TBC
  • TBC
  • Kuldeep Kaur, ST3, Emergency Medicine

15.45-16.00

Mentoring

Dr Nam Tong, Head of School, School of Emergency Medicine

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