Wessex Cardiology Trainees

Training days, rotation planning meeting survey and other news

Dear all

Hope you have enjoyed the sunny weekend! Just a few updates:

Firstly we have only had a handful of people sign up to the Portsmouth Training day (the 18th July), I have no doubt that it will be an excellent day so do come along - please could you email me soon to let me know if you are coming - jwh20485@gmail.com. On the subject of training days the dates for the rest of this calendar year are all on the training day section of the blog - these should be good so get them in your diary and let your teams know so that you can have the study leave! If there are any problems accessing study leave to attend training days please let me know.

Secondly a reminder of an important date - the rotation planning meetings are on the 14th of September - if you want a job in Wessex from January you must attend these. The timetable for these will be released in due course.

We have now put together the Wessex survey for this year. I appreciate that you are bombarded with surveys but we would be really grateful if you could complete this. It really doesn't take long and is designed to highlight any issues so that when we meet at the STC in October we can raise them . Your views really are important and either help maintain the status quo or give us the mandate to drive for change. Click here to go through to the survey. If there are another other issues that you would like to raise please also email me!

We have put together another part of the website with ideas for study leave including some of the specialist clinics that are available in the deanery.This list is by no means exhaustive and if you have any contacts or ideas that you think would be helpful to share please email me!

Finally Ben Wiles has asked me to highlight that he is fundraising for sponsorship for his flights to South Africa where he will be helping with Echo in Africa this autumn - if you would like to read more about the excellent work this charity do or might be interested in the future, click here. If you would like to sponsor him please follow this link 

Sorry for the long email!


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