Please find below the ACCS Regional Training Programme 2018/19. Please ensure you liaise with your individual departments to arrange study leave on these days.

ACCS CT2 and Anaes CT1 Introductory Day - Friday 03 August 2018

To be attended by all ACCS CT2 trainees irrespective of parent specialty and all ACCS Anaesthetic CT1 Trainees

Venue: Michael Salmon Building, Anglia Ruskin University (Chelmsford Campus)  Site Map

Programme: 

12:30             Coffee and Registration

                      Please obtain your WiFi code at reception and log in

13:00             Welcome and Introduction to the School                         

13:20             Breakout session

Core Anaesthesia / ACCS CT 1 & 2 Anaesthesia

ACCS CT 2 EM / AM

Where to start

Workbook

IAC

Life long learning platform

Logbook

Exams

Teaching programmes

ARCP

Timeline

Where to find information

ACCS Workbook

e-Portfolio

IAC

Introduction to Anaesthesia

ARCP + checklist

Teaching programmes

Locums

Timeline

Other to do’s

14:30             Coffee

14:45

Core Anaesthesia / ACCS CT 1 & 2 Anaesthesia

ACCS CT 2 EM / AM

Where to start

Workbook

IAC

Life long learning platform

Logbook

Exams

Teaching programmes

ARCP

Where to find information

ACCS Workbook

e-Portfolio

IAC

Introduction to Anaesthesia

ARCP

Teaching programmes

Locums

Other to do’s

16:00             Where to go if I need help?                                                

16:15             Trainee representative                                                        

16:30             Questions                                                                             

16:40             Summary and close                                                             

 

Faculty:

Dr Rowan Burnstein

Dr Emily Simpson

Dr Elspeth Reid

Dr Nick Wilson

Dr Bobby Krishnachetty

Dr Lisa Elam

Dr Diane Williamson

Dr Lalitha Vedham

 

 

ACCS CT1 Introductory Day - Friday 24 August 2018

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty

Alice Fisher Lecture Theatre, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0QQ    Please click for a site map here

The Alice Fisher Lecture Theatre is located in the 'S Wards' building. Please enter the 'S Block' building main entrance (shown as a green rectangle on map) and continue straight ahead to enter the foyer of the lecture theatre. As you walk through into the foyer the entrance doors to the lecture theatre are of your left.

Please ensure that you bring a packed lunch or money to purchase food on site. Please note that the parking onsite is expensive for the full day and we are unable to offer subsidised parking. However the hospital is well linked to 3 local park and ride sites. Further details can be located here

 

 

09:45 – 10:00hrs                  Registration and refreshments

 

10:00 – 10:15hrs                  Introduction and Format of the Day

                                                Dr Diane Williamson, Training Program Director

                                                Mrs Anna Frost, Administration Manager

 

10:15 – 11:00hrs                  Overview of ACCS –Diane Williamson/Mrs Anna Frost

                                                Communication and Contact Information

                                                HEEoE Website

                                                Supervisors

                                                Regional Training Program

                                                ACCS Handbook

                                                ARCP Process, Checklist and Preparation

 

11:00 – 11:45hrs                  Open Discussion

 

11:45 – 12:10hrs                  Break – refreshments

 

12:10 – 13:00hrs                 Key note speaker - History of the ACCS Programme

                                              Mr Chris Maimaris, Emergency Medicine Consultant                 

 

13:00 – 14:00hrs                  Lunch and TPD / Admin Manager One-on-One

                                                Please bring a packed lunch or money to buy.

 

14:15 – 15:00hrs                  Trainee Perspective – Kashif Malik

                                                What to expect in ACCS

                                                Demonstration of e-portfolio

                                                Avoiding pitfalls

                                                Getting the best out of training

 

15:00 – 15:15hrs     Nominations for Trainee Representative & Educational Resources Leads

 

15:15 – 16:00hrs      Divide into Specialty Streams for Discussions led by:

                                    Dr Christopher Adcock – Acute Medicine Consultant

                                    Dr Benjamin Peirce - Anaesthetics Specialist Registrar

                                    Dr Diane Williamson – Emergency Medicine Consultant

 

16:00 – 16:15hrs     Round-up of One-on-One and Open Discussion

 

16:15 – 16:30hrs      Feedback and Close

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 07 September 2018

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty

Venue: Lister Education Centre, Lister Hospital, Coreys Mill Lane, Stevenage, SG1 4AB

Please click for a site map here

Please note that the parking onsite is expensive for the full day and Lister Hospital are unable to offer subsidised parking. Further details can be found here

​0930 - 1000

​Registration
Housekeeping Rules

​1000 - 1040

​CAP 10 Cyanosis

Dr. Jon Bramall

​1040 - 1100

​Break

​1100 - 1140

​CC 3 Therapeutics and safe prescribing

Dr. Carolyn Meredith

​1140 - 1240

​Lunch kindly sponsored by Norgine

1240 - 1320​

Meeting with TPD​

1320 - 1330​

​Break

​1330 - 1410

​CAP 3 Acute Back Pain ​

Dr. Mike Iacovou

1410 - 1425

Break

1425 - 1505​

CAP 37 Weakness

Dr. Aravind Adarsh

1505 - 1535

CC 4 Time and work load management​

 

1535 - 1545

​Closing remarks
Feedback forms

ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Training Day - Friday 05 October 2018

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Trainees

Host: Broomfield Hospital

Venue: Anglian Ruskin University, Chelmsford Campus, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford CM1 1SQ  09:30-13:00 Michael Ashcroft Building 007, 14:00-17:00 Marconi 202

Please click here for a site map   Please ensure you use Park and Ride facility as there is no parking space for guests in the university campus.

Programme:

0930-1000       Arrival and Registration (Michael Ashcroft Building 007)

1000-1130       Communications with colleagues and cooperation – Angela Wade (Associate Director of Nursing) & Julie Dynes-Conner (People & Organisational Development Consultant)

1130-1145       Tea/Coffee

1145-1230       Anaphylaxis – Dr Ajay Thomas, Consultant EM

1230-1300       Neck Pain – Pawan Gupta, Consultant EM & TPD, CT3/ST3/DRE-EM

1300-1400       LUNCH – please bring your own lunch

POST-LUNCH SESSION - Marconi 202 (different venue)

1400-1415       Dr Diane Williamson, Consultant PEM & TPD, ACCS

1415-1500       Mental health   –  Dr. Malathi Pushpanathan, ST7, Mental Health Trust

1500-1515       Tea/coffee

1515-1600       Ethics & Confidentiality – Dr Thyparambil Varghese, Consultant, COE & Trust Safe Guarding lead.

1600                 End of the day.

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 02 November 2018

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A SPLIT SITE TRAINING DAY; the training day will be held at Princess Alexandra Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn. Please attend the venue which is most convenient  to you.

Host 1: Princess Alexandra Hospital 

Venue: PGMEC, Parndon Hall, Building 2, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Hamstel Road, Harlow, CM20 1QX. Directions information can be found here

The trust are having building work going on; at present the parking on site for visitors is very limited.  Our advice is for attendees to park in one of the town centre car parks that are only a short 5 minute walk from the hospital (link here).

Programme:

09:30 – 10:00         Arrival, Registration and Refreshments

10:00 – 10:15         Welcome and Introduction                                               Mr Suneil Ramnani

10:15 – 11:00         The aggressive / disturbed Patient                                   Dr Roberta Branisteanu

11:00 – 11:15         Break

11:15 – 12:00         Fever                                                                              Mr Suneil Ramnani

12:00 – 12:30         ‘Penthrox’                                                                       Mr Ray Drizen

12:30 – 13:30            Lunch – Sponsored by Galen

13:30 – 14.15         Decision making and clinical reasoning                         Dr James Klewe

                               The patient as central focus of care.

14:15 – 15:00         The unconscious patient                                               Dr Mark Tehan

15:00 – 15:30         Break

15:30 – 16:15         Acute Delirium                                                              Dr James Klewe

16:15 - 16:30          Feedback, Summary and Close                                    Mr Suneil Ramnani

 

Host 2: Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Venue:  PGMC, Seminar Room 2, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Gayton Road, King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE30 4ET. Directions and parking information can be found here

For an onsite map to locate the venue; click here

Programme:

9.45am Registration

10.00am Welcome – Plan for the Day Dr Harith Altemimi

10.15am TBC

11.15am COFFEE

11.30am ABG Dr Masood Shaikh

12.30pm Acute Delirium and Confusion Dr James Casson

1.00pm LUNCH (PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH)

1.30pm acute stroke and SAH Dr Zaheer Babar

2.30pm Addison’s disease Dr Firas Haddadin

3.30pm Feedback/close

 

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 07 December 2018

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty

Host: Basildon Hospital

Venue: To be confirmed

Topic: Valid consent, legal framework for practice, blackout / collapse, syncope and pre-syncope, oliguria

Programme will be available 2 weeks prior to the event

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 25 January 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty

Split Site Session - Hosts: James Paget Hospital & Southend Hospital

Venues: To be confirmed

Topic: Principles of quality and safety improvement, infection control, breathlessness, cough, pain management.

Programme will be available 2 weeks prior to the event

ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Training Day - Friday 01 February 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Trainees

Host: Peterborough City Hospital

Venue: To be confirmed

Topic: Prioritisation of patient safety in clinical practice, clinical examination, painful ear, sore throat, traumatic limb and joint injuries.

Programme will be available 2 weeks prior to the event

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 01 March 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty

Host: Addenbrooke's Hospital

Venue: To be confirmed

Topic: Audit, quality improvement projects, personal behaviour, chest pain, palpitations, diarrhoea, vomiting and nausea.

Programme will be available 2 weeks prior to the event

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 05 April 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty

Split Site Session - Hosts: Ipswich Hospital & Luton & Dunstable Hospital

Venues: To be confirmed

Topic: Ethical research, management and NHS structure, dizziness and vertigo, falls, fits/seizures, headache, shocked patient.

Programme will be available 2 weeks prior to the event

ACCS CT1 & CT2 Emergency Medicine Training Day - Friday 03 May 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 and CT2 Emergency Medicine trainees

Split Site Session - Hosts: Watford General Hospital & Norfolk & Norwich

Venues: To be confirmed

Topic: Breaking bad news, teaching and training, pelvic pain, vaginal bleeding, wound assessment and management, cardio-respiratory arrest.

Programme will be available 2 weeks prior to the event

ACCS CT1 Training Day - Friday 31 May 2019

To be attended by all ACCS CT1 trainees irrespective of parent specialty

Host: West Suffolk Hospital

Venues: To be confirmed

Topic: History taking, managing long-term conditions and promoting patient self-care. Haematemesis and melaena, jaundice, ventilatory support.

Programme will be available 2 weeks prior to the event

ACCS and ST3 / DRE-EM Presentation Day - Friday 12 July 2019

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

Host: Bedford Hospital

Venues: To be confirmed

Programme will be available 2 weeks prior to the event

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