30th September – Two great events!

September 30th 2014 is going to be a busy day….

Child Health: the Future is in your hands

A full day CPD programme hosted by the RCPCH featuring four mini symposia on:

  • integrated care models
  • education and training for the future child health workforce
  • medicines safety
  • paediatric careers support

Join colleagues from across the child health community to share best practice and discuss what the future looks like for Child Health.

Throughout the day delegates will have the opportunity to participate in two of the four symposia, which will include interactive workshops, case-based scenario discussions and presentations with the aim of developing collaborative working models for the benefit of child health outcomes.

Click here for further details. It is on the 30th September

Learning to make a difference – quality improvement for consultants

Consultants have a critical role in making a difference and trainees aspire to be like them. We need to guide our trainees to improve the quality of healthcare using quality improvement techniques and putting them into action. The knowledge and skills to do so may feel a little unfamiliar and daunting. The Royal College of Physicians is providing the opportunity for consultants of any specialty to learn more about this in an interactive day long workshop with doctors who work at the frontline but also have experience using these techniques and what works and doesn’t work!

It is on 30th September at RCP london.

For further information please click here and/or Emma Vaux emma.vaux@royalberkshire.nhs.uk





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