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- Briefing - What Local Authorities can get from recognition as training locations for public health experts and leaders - funded by the North West School of Public Health
This briefing outlines the ways in which local authorities can become involved as training centres for public health and what commitment is required from them to become an approved training location.
- Briefing – What Public Health England and NHS Commissioning Board teams can get from recognition as training locations
This briefing outlines the ways in which PHE and NHSCB teams can become involved as training centres for public health and what commitment is required from them to become an approved training location.
- Educational Supervisors’ Reports -Template And Example For Specialty Registrars Who Are Performing Less Well
These example Educational Supervisor reports and notes are examples of useful and less useful reports, with advice to supervisors about what to include. They will be relevant to academic supervisors as well as educational supervisors.ARCP and other panels look to supervisors for clear judgements about competence, progress and delivery of objectives. It is most useful for the panel and the Specialty Registrar when the supervisor is specific in their praise and their criticism, and constructive and definite in their recommendations. Please note that Specialty Registrars always have areas for development…just like the rest of us!Academic supervisors will generally focus on academic progress.
- The Educational Supervisor’s Year
This short piece provides the novice and experienced educational supervisor with a checklist for their journey through the year with a specialty registrar. It has helpful reminders of things not to forget early I the year. It also gives advice of what to do in preparation for welcoming a new specialty registrar. If you can suggest improvements, please discuss them with colleagues and then send in a new draft! Thanks to Ewan Wilkinson, Lead Trainer in Liverpool, for suggesting it.
- Process for Specialty Registrars entering training with a completed or part completed Masters in Public Health
- Quality Framework
This Quality Framework was developed in 2011 by a working group, and agreed at the School Board in October. It shows how we seek to improve and protect the quality of our training. Each GMC quality domain is shown alongside the responsibilities, actions, risks and possible measures of success.
- Getting the most from your MPH year document
This document provides some useful advice to get the best from the opportunity of the MPH year for Specialty Registrars (StRs) and their Educational Supervisors.
- The Liverpool MPH as part of ST1 of training. Expectations and flexibilities
In the North West School, our usual practice is to support Specialty Registrars in ST1 to undertake their MPH at the University of Liverpool. Some people who apply for entry to Specialty Training in Public Health have already completed, or part completed, an MPH at Liverpool University or at another institution. In the case of the Liverpool University MPH, some of our compulsory modules may not have been taken. In the case of an MPH from another institution, there may be substantial curriculum discrepancies with respect to the Liverpool University MPH.
This document explains our usual practice.
- Advice about the practicalities of going on call
The two documents describe how to go about arranging your on call experience. This will help you to follow the guidance recorded elsewhere.
- Greater Manchester HPU Showcase 2011
Greater Manchester HPU is one of our excellent Health protection training locations. The document is a show off piece describing their achievements.
- On Call Policy
This policy describes how supervised on call experience out of hours is provided. It includes a description of when a Specialty Registrar is eligible to start on call and how they can best use the on call experience.