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Foundation Programme

Foundation Programme

This is a two-year training programme for newly qualified doctors and is necessary to practise as a doctor in the UK.
Internal Medicine

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IMT is a three year programme which includes experience in intensive care medicine, geriatric medicine and outpatients.
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General Practice

General practice / family medicine is defined as the medical specialty that manages common illnesses.
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Core Surgical Training follows the ISCP curriculum which includes generic skills applicable to all surgeons.

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Educators celebrated at annual awards

Congratulations to all the winners of the 2022 Medical Educator Awards! The awards which is in its fifth year, recognises and celebrates the excellence of clinical educators. The awards were presented by Andrew Furlong, Medical Director at the Clinical Education Showcase in December. There were nine categories, with the winners being nominated by colleagues across the Trust and voted by postgraduate doctors and consultants.

Below are the winners and what their nominators said about them.

Consultant Awards

Role Model Award

Congratulations to Kirsten Boyle, the winner of the Role Model (Senior) Award! Kirsten’s nominator said, “A great role model and an educator who has supported beyond what I thought were possible.”

Most Supportive UHL Supervisor

Congratulations to Hala Sharaf, the winner of the Most Supportive UHL Supervisor Award! Hala was nominated by 12 people, one of which said “[she is] keen for us all to develop and reach our potential and is innovative in her approach to this.”

Outstanding contribution to teaching

Congratulations to James Veater, the winner of the Outstanding contribution to teaching Award! James’ nominator said “He has worked tirelessly producing fantastic, animated presentations explaining complex concepts in microbiology”

Post Graduate Doctors in Training Awards

Role Model (junior award)

Congratulations to Fasi Khan, the winner of the Role Model (Junior) Award! Fasi’s nominator said, “The reason as to why I am nominating him for this award…is…the passion that he has for his job and his patients.”

Rising star/most promising teacher

Congratulations to Farhana Patel, the winner of the Rising Star Award! Farhana’s nominator said, “[She] has gone above and beyond to provide teaching opportunities for students both inside her working hours and in her own time.”

Outstanding Contribution to Teaching

Congratulations to Heena Chotai, the winner of the Outstanding Contribution to Teaching Award! Heena’s nominator said, “She is also a strong advocate for trainee wellbeing…She has inspired others to be the best version of themselves”

Other Awards

Education Support

Congratulations to Liz Hodson, the winner of the Education Support Award! Liz’s nominator said, “She goes above and beyond to teach, make echo less challenging especially for junior trainees, and I do believe her exemplary efforts deserve recognition.”

Education Team

Congratulations to the Reporting Radiographers team, the winners of the Education Team Award! Their nominator said, “the educational contribution and support from our Reporting Radiographer team has been outstanding”

Innovation in Education Congratulations to the Bleep Week programme, the winners of the Innovation in Education Award! Their nominator said “their learning and pastoral needs [are] supported through structured reflection, feedback,