Wessex Cardiology Trainees

QA Arrhythmia Training Day + upcoming eduction.

Dear all,

Some good news all.
Education is slowly getting up and running.

In terms of 'formal' teaching over the next couple of months the following are planned:

1) The QA Arrhythmia training day on 26/06/20 is hopefully going ahead. Aiming to be face to face if space allows. It may be tricky doing the whole day virtually.

2) There will be two virtual evening meetings in June and July with some internationally recognised speakers. Dates TBC.

Both of the above will be included in the expected attendance for trainees and logged on the training day form for next years ARCP.

BW
Tom.

ARCP, Q+A with John Paisey - TONIGHT

Dear all, 

The meeting at 19:00 28/05/20 will now take place via Zoom (I seem unable to use MS Teams)

Meeting ID: 476-756-6840
Password: 4c1YJT

Please sign in 5 minutes early so we can start promptly (zoom may boot us out after 40 mins). 

If you would like any questions to be asked anonymously or if you wont be able to attend, email them to me -  gilpintr4290@doctors.org.uk - and I will ask them. 

BW
Tom. 

ARCP - Microsoft Team meeting with John Paisey.

Dear all,

There will be a Microsoft Teams meeting this Thursday 28/05/20 at 19:00 with Dr Paisey.

This will be an open Q and A session regarding this years ARCP and a great opportunity for trainees to clarify any questions they may have.

It is strongly suggested all attend.

Further details to follow.
See you there.

BW
Tom.

ARCP - Reminder.

Dear All,

A reminder for this years ARCP, all information including Educational Supervisors report must be uploaded to your e-Portfolio by 29/05/2020.

Please pay close attention to Dr Paisey's email with regards to ARCP outcome and required evidence in light of the COVID 19 pandemic.

Furthermore please review the ARCP tab on the blog. The training day attendance form is available along with a plethora of other information.

BW
Tom.


RSM Frontline Webinar.

Dear all,

Dr Paisey has highlighted an upcoming free 2 part webinar from The Royal Society of Medicine.

There is a focus on cardiovascular and other acute presentations, particularly relevant in COVID 19 times.

Find the link to the RSM website here.

BW
Tom.