We are now able to provide an exciting and innovative teaching programme for ICM trainees who have passed the FFICM exam. This is now protected time and rotates around the different trusts in the region to maximise the specialisms of our regional consultant colleagues.
The new programme, developed for 2019, is delivered by experts in the field and is specifically designed to prepare the advanced trainee for life as a consultant with topics of interest to a newly qualified intensivist; ethics, management and governance, the role of a consultant, job planning, updates in neuro/cardiac/paediatric intensive care and how to prepare for consultant interview.
Dates (Fridays) 2019
May 31st Consultant life and planning, professionalism. Major incident simulation
June 28th Ethics and Paediatrics: IMCA, DoLs/MCA, Coroner court visit
July 26th Leadership and Management: How to be a leader, styles. Role of ES
August 30th Cardiac Update: TOE, TAVI,
September 27th Neuro Update: Difficult ICP management, TBI
October 25th Airway Update: new guidelines, simulation session
November 29th The Future: innovations, advanced ventilation (RBH)
December 20th Follow Up: Rehabilitation and follow up clinics
Sample Teaching Session
31st May 2019 Consultant life and professionalism
08:00 REBOA – introduction and methodology
Dr Ben Griffiths, Dr Ross Moy.
09:30 Trauma Surgery; damage control v early definitive care.
Mr John McMaster
10:15 – 10:30am: coffee
10:30 Major incident planning, practical exercise of a major incident
Alice Warwick, David Smith, Dr Ross Moy
12:00 – 12:45pm: lunch
12:45 Role of Regional Trauma Network Lead; running of the RTN
Dr Simon Raby
13:45 How to improve wellbeing in ICU; Issue of burnout in our team.
Dr Laura Vincent
14:45 The process of revalidation for a consultant intensivists.
Dr G Barker
15:45 – 16:00pm – coffee
16:00 Consultant interviews
Speaker to be confirmed