SuppoRTT Activities Calendar

NW RTT Autumn/Winter Social Event 

Join us at the North West RTT Autumn/Winter Social on Thursday 28th November at Mercure St Helens Hotel.

This event is open to all postgraduate doctors & dentists who have been OOP for 3 months or more in the North West. 

If you are interested, register with us to book your place now. Scan the QR code or click on the link below.

Scan the QR code or Click here to register your interest


NW SuppoRTT Course

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We encourage all returners to do the NW SuppoRTT Course prior to their return to training.

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust deliver this course on behalf of NHSE NW.

Day 1s are 09:30 – 16:00 via Zoom.

Day 2s are face to face and will be arranged with you individually as part of the booking process.

Some Schools/Specialties have a Day 3 which is organised by the School SuppoRTT Champions.


More info about the course, including dates and how to book your place can be found on the dedicated webpage:


Coffee Catch Ups

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Hosted by our Fellow, Hawwa, this is a relaxed place for an informal chat with other trainees who are currently out of programme.

Grab a drink and come chat to fellow trainees about what you are up to, what life is like out of training, any worries or concerns or talk about the best thing you might have watched on Netflix!

Come once, every time or just drop in whenever you can; stay for 10 minutes or the full session - these are for you!

Click on the link below to join or email for a calendar invitation.

Wednesday 5th June 10:00 - 12:00 Click here to join
Friday 21st June 09:00 - 11:00 Click here to join
Friday 5th July  14:00 - 16:00 Click here to join
Thursday 18th July 11:00 - 13:00 Click here to join
Thursday 1st August 09:00 - 11:00 Click here to join


Shapes Toolkit Course - Virtual Webinar

The Shapes Toolkit Programme is especially for doctors and other busy healthcare professionals who are under immense pressure in their work and is fully focussed on helping you survive and thrive, whether on the frontline or working virtually.

It was created by Dr Rachel Morris, host of the You Are Not A Frog podcast, and GP turned Executive and Team Coach who knows what it's like to work in the high stress environment of the NHS and feel overwhelmed with work.

During the programme, you will learn how to use a series of easy-to-use coaching and productivity tools, which will help you to:

  • Prioritise your time and workload
  • Recognise when you are heading towards burnout
  • Increase your own wellbeing
  • Identify and change the things that cause you stress at work
  • Change your reaction to stressful events
  • Have better conversations
  • Take control of things that you can control
  • Identify when you are stuck in unhelpful patterns of behaviour, taking the ‘victim’ mentality
  • Take control of your own career and design a life you'll love

Please click on your choice of date below to book your place.

Webinar 09:30-15:00 via Zoom

Tuesday 24th September 2024 



Overcoming Imposter Feelings interactive webinar

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Join Sally Beyer in this interactive webinar that will equip you with evidence-based knowledge about imposter syndrome and some techniques to help you flourish.

In a confidential and supportive space, we will consider what it actually is, where it comes from and which groups of people are more likely to suffer from it.

For more information please click the image to download the flyer. 

Webinars run 09:15 – 12:45 via Zoom.

To register your place please click on the date you would like to join (below)

Small Group Follow Up Coaching Sessions

Sally offers a follow up session once a year; all delegates will be invited to join.


If you require funding to attend an activity to support your return, or you need to apply for the time back please visit our SuppoRTT Activities page for information about the RTT-A application process.


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