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 in Psychiatry Training
Clinical Skills in Psychiatry Training sessions are for Foundation Year Trainees, GP trainees and Core Psychiatry trainees. 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.
For the first half of 2020:
25.02 The Hall, Block 20, Ida Darwin
17.03 The Hall, Block 20, Ida Darwin Cancelled due to coronavirus
28.04 The Hall, Block 20, Ida Darwin
19.05 The Hall, Block 20, Ida Darwin
16.06 The Hall, Block 20, Ida Darwin
14.07 The Hall, Block 20, Ida Darwin
Time: 0900 to 1600
Venue: Watch up for updates on emails ! (Locations may change)
Please email Mitchell Brookes-Jones, on Mitchell.Brookes-Jones@cpft.nhs.uk , mentioning the subject as ‘Clinical Skills in Psychiatry Training’.
The Cambridge MRCPsych course runs (slightly variably to include the Clinical Skills sessions and holidays) on alternate Tuesdays in term time. The course is available for core trainees in CPFT, ELFT and NSFT and other trainees in the region if needed. Note that the structure of the course is likely to change in 2020.
The content of the course is subject to change but a draft version for Spring/Summer 2020 is available at the end of this webpage including locations.
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