JRCPTB Curricula launch webinar - 4th Apr, 2022, 2:00 pm (UK)

JRCPTB Curricula launch webinar

Join us for a live webinar and Q&A session on the new group 1 and internal medicine curricula which will be implemented from August 2022. The webinar has been organised by the JRCPTB, on behalf of the three royal colleges of physicians.  

The new model of post-graduate physician training is designed to meet both the future healthcare needs of patients and the NHS by producing more responsive doctors with both specialist and generalist skills, critical to meeting the evolving and challenging needs in the wider population. This new approach will result in all trainees in group 1 specialties dual training in internal medicine. The event aims to provide participants with all the information they need to understand these changes and why they have been introduced, how it will affect them and what support is available.

This programme is accredited for 2 self certified non-clinical CPD points.

Programme
 

2.00pm  Introduction and background to curriculum changes
Dr Mike Jones, medical director, training and development, Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians

2.05pm  The new curricula - key differences in the curricula, why they've changed and what will be similar, what do trainees and supervisors need to know
Dr Sue Pound, vice president of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Dr Srinivasan Venkatachalam, chair of rheumatology, SAC

2.30pm Internal medicine - the requirements for dual training and how training will be delivered and assessed
Dr Alastair Millar, deputy medical director, JRCPTB

2.50pm ePortfolio developments
Rifa Begum, CPD and ePortfolio manager, Federation of Royal College of Physicians

3.00pm  Transition of current trainees
Zoe Fleet, curriculum and assessment manager, JRCPTB

3.10pm  Implementation of new curricula/Head of School perspective
Dr Ananthakrishnan Raghuram, head of school, Severn

3.30pm  Q&A


4pm   End of session




 

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