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Regional Teaching

 

This page gives details of regional training available to core and higher trainees in the East of England.

Please click on the buttons below for details, and relevant documents (such as teaching programme where available) are near the bottom of this page.

Note that the previous venue for training at Block 14, Ida Darwin, is being phased out so keep an eye out for the new locations !

For more specific (non-recurring) trainee opportunities, please see the separate page here

 

Core training - Clinical skills 2024

Core Training - Clinical Skills in Psychiatry Training

Clinical Skills in Psychiatry Training sessions are for CTs and SAS Doctors in HEEoE. They focus on the common clinical scenarios encountered in Psychiatry, General Practice and other clinical specialties.  These sessions should particularly be attended throughout core training. 

Note that these sessions are face to face

04/06/2024

 

30/07/2024

 

03/09/2024

 

05/05/2024

 

03/12/2024

 

 

 

Time: 0900 - 1630

Venue: Bevan Room, Victoria House, Capital Park, Fulbourn, Cambridge CB21 5XB

For more information or to show your interest in attending these sessions, please contact Dr Albert Michael - Albert.Michael@nsft.nhs.uk

CPFT Core Psychiatry Training Course

The CPFT Core Psychiatry Training Course is a new programme that will run over 2 years, starting from 20 Feb 2024 onwards, for core trainees working across Cambridge, Huntingdon, The Fens or Peterborough. Each year has 3 terms composed of 8 weeks each. The teaching will be run in person for the whole day on Tuesdays at Victoria House in Fulbourn. The aim is to address the range of topics in the curriculum and also help produce better psychiatrists and professionals. It will be comprised of a mixture of lectures and tutorials, peer and near-peer teaching, journal club and case presentations, on-call supervision sessions, communications skills training and some clinical skills training facilitated by consultant and higher trainees with the opportunity for AOTs. There will also be some lived experience sessions.
For more information, you can contact:-
• Dr Sepehr Hafizi (CPFT Core Psychiatry Training Course Lead) - sepehr.hafizi@cpft.nhs.uk
• Ms Laura Curtis (Medical Education Co-ordinator) - laura.curtis@cpft.nhs.uk

Higher Training - Regional Teaching (Adult / Old Age) - 2024
These are the dates for our ST Regional Training Days coming up 2024  (watch out for changes to venues / method of delivery
 
First face to face session of 2023
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Dates for the Diary 

VIRTUAL - Weds 20th Mar 2024 - Trainee Led session - Dr Shamima Nargiss, 'Awareness of Cognitive Bias for Developing Leadership Skills' & Dr Craig Andersson 'Working in Private Practice' & Dr Subodah Dave, title TBC

FACE TO FACE  -  CHANGE OF DATE now THURSDAY 23rd May 2024 - Trainee Led session - TBC & Dr Passent Helal/Dr Jaco Serfontein  'Eating Disorders', & Dr Anna Conway-Morris, 'Eating Disorders'

FACE TO FACE  -  Weds 17th Jul 2024 - Psychoanalytic Day, led by the team from the Psychotherapy Department, Herrick House, Colchester

If you are a Higher Trainee and would like to be added to our circulation list, please email Jo.Saunders4@nhs.net
 
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Higher Training - CAMHS

CAMHS teaching sessions are usually held weekly in the Brookside Family Consultation Clinic, Cambridge. Currently due to Covid-19 restrictions, we have been holding this virtually. If you are interested in attending a session, please contact Dee Robinson (Dee.Robinson@cpft.nhs.uk) for more information. Please visit https://heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/node/5354 for more details. The schedule of the current term is attached here.

Higher Training - Learning Disability

The regional training programme for learning disability higher trainees takes place at various sites across the Trusts in the region.  It has a separate page with further information about the higher training scheme here:  https://heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/node/5683 

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