Resources

Welcome to the Resources section of the website. Here you will find a collection of documents, websites, articles, books, presentations and videos relating to Careers, Educator Development and Medical Leadership.

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Promoting Excellence: standards for medical education and training

These standards produced by the General Medical Council (GMC) set out requirements for the management and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and training.

These standards come into effect on 1 January 2016 and will supersede the previous standards in Tomorrow’s Doctors and The Trainee Doctor.

 

Please visit the GMC website to download a copy of this document or click on the resource link below.

Resilience Cartoon

A short video about resilience and managing stress in the healthcare workplace. 

Senior Educators Induction

These slides have generic information on HEE (NW): its structures, schools, processes and links.

They are for the induction of senior educators joining HEE (NW), including DDs, ADs, HoS, TPDs, DMEs, FPDs, etc.

Supplementary material can be added depending on recipient and role.

If you would like a copy of the PowerPoint version of this presentation, please contact facultydevelopment.nw@hee.nhs.uk
 

Skills for communicating with Patients

This book is vital for health service managers and clinicians, in both purchaser and provider organizations, in community and hospital settings. It helps the reader understand the principles and purposes of casemix and provides practical examples of using casemix groupings to manage services better. Its lessons are not just for acute services, but provide a way of understanding the complete spectrum of services required for a wide range of conditions, from individuals at risk to those with irreversible and progressive disease.

So you want to be a brain surgeon? (Success in Medicine)

Which doctors make the most money? Which doctors work the hardest? How do you become an expedition doctor? What is it like to be a brain surgeon? Will it affect your career if you take a break? If any of these questions are relevant to you then this could be the most important book you ever read. Whether you are wondering what career to choose or want to know how to follow a particular medical career, you'll find the answers inside.

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