South West Wales

29 August 2018
Tags:Wales

Will MackintoshWelcome to the South West Wales Faculty's blog where you can read all our latest news.

The Faculty has an Essential Dermatology, Minor Surgery, Safeguarding Level 3 and Palliative Medicine workshop planned for the remainder of 2018.

Annual Conference Bursaries have been allocated to 2 Trainees and 2 Students who will be feeding back on their experiences at the Annual General Meeting in November.

Council made the decision to introduce a local functions consultation to ascertain what needs to be done to remain relevant to our members and deliver on the goals that the College has set. Faculties are the face of the College locally and our participation is vital, I would encourage everyone to complete the survey as we want to hear from as many members as possible to seek out local opinions and ensuring that these views are fed back to the College. The Faculty Board will be discussing the consultation in detail at the next board meeting and issuing a faculty response before the initial discussion period closes on 30 September 2018

This year's New Members Ceremony will be held on 9 November at Hensol Castle, this is a great event for newly qualified GPs and their families to celebrate.

The faculty is always interested in recruiting new board members so if you are interested in medical education and shaping the future of general practice please come along to our next meeting 12 September at The Ivy Bush Hotel, Carmarthen.

With best wishes

Dr Will Mackintosh
Chair, South West Wales Faculty


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