Our CPD sessions are currently being held virtually. Topics are based on the national guidance for New to Practice Fellowships and on feedback and suggestions from fellows themselves. The teaching will generally be held on Tuesdays alternating monthly between an afternoon session and an evening session to aim to give flexibility for the largest number of fellows to attend. Occasionally the day of the week might need to change to accommodate a specific speaker.
28 September 2021, 7.15-9pm: Time Management – Tips and Tricks To Keep On Top Of Your Day
This interactive evening will include:
What do the experts suggest to manage time effectively?
How best to organise and prioritise your time
The art of delegation and saying ‘No’
A ‘Tried and Tested’ forum to share time saving tips and tricks
2 November 2021, 2-4pm: Appraisal
This talk will cover:
What is required as part of the new ‘medical appraisal 2020’?
What are the requirements for documentation and evidence as part of appraisal
How can you get the most out of your appraisal/ preparation for your first appraisal
7 December 2021, 7.15-9pm: Carpe Diem
This talk intends to focus on your own personal and professional aspirations. This talk will cover aspects of goal setting/ peer support and strategies to attain your PDP targets.
25 January 2022, 2-4pm: Quality Improvement
This joint session with Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub will inspire you about the design and process of Quality Improvement Activities (QIA) within primary care. This is an ideal talk for those who are thinking of starting a QIA as part of their revalidation cycle and/or those who are passionate about practice/ professional development.
15 February 2022, 7.15-9pm: Remote Working
Remote working has become second nature to many as a consequence of the coronavirus. This talk will cover:
What the guidelines suggest is best practice with remote working?
How to overcome some of the challenges of remote working
Top tips and tools that can elevate your remote consultation
22 March 2022, 2-4pm: Coroner’s Inquest
Have you wanted to know more about what it means to go to a coroner’s inquest? This talk will cover:
The role of the Medical Coroner in Nottinghamshire
Referrals and notifications to the coroner
Report writing and giving evidence at an inquest
You can register for each of these events via this flyer.
Whether you’ve trained locally or have just moved to the area, feeling connected to other early career GPs is really important. By participating in the fellowship and attending our CPD meetings you will already be building these relationships. We have a New to Practice Fellows WhatsApp group which is a great way to keep in touch and communicate. If you are a fellow and are not already a member then please contact email@example.com for joining details.
As you come towards the end of the fellowship we will help those interested to form an independent action learning set in order to continue to support each other beyond those first two years.
Please register to view all of our informative resources within the GP Phoenix Programme.