Life after VTS

Date24 March 2018
Duration1 day
Start Time09:00
End Time16:30
TypeConferences
LocationLeeds
AudienceFirst5, GP Trainee

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Join us for this one day event that is aimed to facilitate the smooth transition to life after VTS, as well as supporting and updating our current First5.

We will be hosting lectures looking at appraisal, finances, career pathways and much more. The afternoon session will include interactive workshops looking at CVs , working on your interview skills and also sessions on partners vs salaried vs locums. There will also be plenty of time for networking with your colleagues. This day will prepare you for your role as an independent practitioner.

First5 are here for peer support, networking as well as keeping up-to-date with CPD so please do come and join us and we hope you enjoy the event.

This event is supported by

Hentons, Coben Medical, CD Medical, Wesleyan

 

 

VenueWeetwood Hall, Otley Road, Leeds, Leeds, LS16 5PS
Maximum capacity100
Emailwhiterose@rcgp.org.uk
Phone020 3188 7788
ContactWhite Rose
Faculty/DepartmentHumber and the Ridings Faculty, RCGP Whiterose, South Yorkshire North Trent Faculty, Yorkshire Faculty

Course programme

8.30 - 9.00         Registration and refreshments

 

9.00 - 9.30        Welcome and introduction to RCGP First5

9.30 - 10.00      BMA

A representative from the BMA will be talking through how to negotiate the best contract and what are the common pitfalls you should look out for.

10.30 - 10.30      MPS

It is a stressful time starting work as an independent practitioner and the MPS will be talking about how to avoid complaints and what the most common areas of litigation are.

10.30 - 11.00  Career Pathways and diversions

RCGP Fellowship, becoming a trainer, CSA examiner, GPwSi,

 

11.00 - 11.30   Break

 

11.30 –12.00     Appraisal

12.00 - 12.30     Finances

12.30 - 13.00     Due North: A Fairer Start for Children in the North of England by Prof David Taylor Robinson

We know that socio-economic disadvantage worsens child health, and poor child health tracks forward to influence health and development in later life. Thus a life course perspective is particularly important when developing public policies. I’ll present an overview of the work I’ve been involved with to better understand pathways to inequalities in child health across a range of conditions; and our work to influence policies to improve child health outcomes, for instance our work on the Public Health England commissioned review "Due North".

 

13.00 —14.00     Lunch

 

14.00-  16.00      Workshops

                                    CV

                                    Interview

4.00 - 4.30pm     Partners vs salaried vs locum

                                    Q & A

                                    Close

 

Facilities

  • Refreshments
  • Parking
  • Lunch

Facilitator/Speakers

Prof David Taylor - Robinson PhD MSc (Distinction) FFPH MRCPCH MPH (Distinction) MB ChB (Hons) BSc (Hons) DTM&H PGCert (Distinction)

Professor of Public Health and Policy, Honorary Consultant in Child Public Health

 

 

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