The LME team are excited about the launch of the new RCPCH progress curriculum in August 2018, which has been designed to represent a true picture of what a Paediatric consultant should look like, which not only means a greater focus on leadership, management and education for ALL levels of trainee but greater focus on trainees leading their own professional development and learning.
The next three LME sessions will help trainees aspire to doing things differently and all sessions are open for booking now via the RSM website.
LME 17th April “Leading Change in the NHS”
Making a sustainable change in the NHS seems like mission impossible to most of us. Dr Claire Lemer, consultant paediatrician and Associate National Clinical Director for Children and Young People for NHS England will be sharing how she practically developed the skills needed to lead change in the NHS. She has extensive experience in public health, health policy, operations management and quality improvement. She has worked on the development of clinical leadership programmes and co-authored two books on medical management. Join us to hear her unique & inspiring journey.
LME 9th May “Develop your teaching toolkit”
Dr Luci Etheridge and Dr Sophie Vaughan will introduce you to a range of educational tools aimed to help the busy clinician educator to be able to move easily between medical student bedside teaching on a wriggly toddler, to giving their first national conference presentation, to ‘teaching’ patients in clinic. This interactive session will cover the basics of educational theory, then explore active learning techniques. Understanding how to manage your learning environment is key for a successful teaching session and they will also share some presenting ‘top tips’. By the end of the session attendees should have some new teaching tools to try out and a better understanding of how to develop as educators.
LME 23rd May “Getting the most from your Paediatric Training”
Dr Camilla Kingdon, our very own head of school and Vice President for Educational and Professional Development for RCPCH will be posing the question ‘What is the most important or useful thing I now know, that I wished I’d known when I was a trainee?’ to a panel of newly appointed consultants covering the spectrum of paediatrics from generalists, to sub specialists to academics. Ideal for any trainee wishing to make their journey to consultant more focused, less bumpy or just a little more interesting!
ALL level trainee and non trainee doctors welcome (including babes in arms)
£15 per person
Networking reception with drinks and nibbles from 6pm, session commencing at 6:30pm.
Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole St, London W1G 0AE
For further details please visit the London school of Paediatrics website
For booking please go the RSM website. On the day bookings available, just sig up and pay at the registration desk.
We look forward to seeing you.