South Yorkshire North Trent Faculty
Dr Amar Rughani, Provost
Dr Janet Hall, Chair and Council Representative
Dr Ben Jackson, Vice Chair
Dr Rahul Kacker, Hon Treasurer
Dr Katharine Rowell, Hon Secretary
Dr James Greenwood (Deputy Council rep)
Dr Dom Patterson
Dr David Polkinghorn
Dr Liddy Mawer - First5 Lead
Dr Josephine Buchanan
Dr Elizabeth Walton
Dr Alan Shirley
Dr Steve Ball
Dr Karen Bradley
Dr Prabhu Shanmugam
Dr Chris Myers
Dr Hareen De Silva - First5 Lead
Dr Emmanuel Okeleke
Dr Martin Billington
Dr Mark Torkington
Dr Alice Baldwin - AiT Leader
Dr Laura Smy - AiT Leader
Dr Munsif Mufalil - AiT Leader
Sam Harrison - Sheffield GP Soc RCGP rep
Mrs Ann Dawson - Lay Rep
Katherine Green - Lay Rep
Dr Janet Hall. Faculty Chair
Dr Amar Rughani. Faculty Provost
We regularly run events for our members and non members
We support over 1106 members, Fellows, Associates and Associates in Training in the South Yorkshire area which covers Sheffield, Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham, Chesterfield and Worksop.
We rely on members to play an active role locally, promoting the College aims and objectives. It is essential to raise and maintain awareness of demographic issues and needs of GPs and patients alike, and develop initiatives to support these.
If you would like to find out more about becoming involved with the Faculty we would be delighted to hear from you.
The Faculty held their 2016 AGM on Thursday 12 May at the Hilton Sheffield, Victoria Quays. Elections took place and we are pleased to announce the results:
- Dr Rahul Kacker, Hon Treasurer
- Dr James Greenwood, Deputy Council Rep
- Dr Lydia Mawer, First5 Lead
- Dr Hareen De Silva, First5 Lead
- Dr Alice Baldwin, AiT Leader
- Dr Laura Smy, AiT Leader
- Dr Munsif Mufalil, AiT Leader
The Faculty has facebook and twitter take a look and like us!
Drs Lydia Mawer and Hareen De Silva are the South Yorkshire North Trent Faculty First5 Facilitators and can be contacted via the South Yorkshire North Trent Faculty office at Sheffield@rcgp.org.uk. Below are some resources that you may find useful. Updates will be posted here.
eLearning: Commissioning care in the last years of life: includes sources of information to help identify your local needs, challenging data on the current national standards of end of life care and a framework to illustrate how to improve standards in your area, based on RCGP guidance. 1 CPD hour.
eLearning: Multiple Sclerosis in General Practice: update your knowledge of evidence based care for people with MS, including dilemmas in diagnosis, typical presenting symptoms and the multi disciplinary management of people with chronic MS. 3 CPD hours.
eLearning: Veterans' health in general practice: discover the psychological and physical issues which are commonly faced by veterans and their families. Includes useful resources which are available to help them. 2 CPD hours.
All elearning courses are FREE to RCGP members.
The next Faculty Board meeting will be held at Hellaby Hall, Old Hellaby Lane, Rotherham. All members are invited to attend the Board meetings. If you would like to discuss any item covered or would like an item to be considered at a future meeting, please contact us.
The next Faculty Board meetings in 2016 will be;
Each Faculty is represented by a Faculty Board, made up of a number of dedicated GPs and lay representatives who work voluntarily towards the College’s vision, purpose and priority goals.
10 Core Roles for Faculties (approved by Council November 2013)
The Faculty actively encourages its members of five years plus standing to consider putting themselves forward for Fellowship. We have a Faculty Fellowship Committee (FFC) within the Faculty, led by our Provost, Dr Amar Rughani. The FFC can offer advice and support through the faculty office.
Recently we have welcomed new fellows
- Dr Johnathan Cobb
- Dr Gail Crawley - Cobb
- Dr Dominic Patterson
- Dr Andrea Dexter
Please contact us if you would like to discuss this further.
What is Fellowship?
Membership by Assessment of Performance (MAP)
If you are going through the MAP process and would like any advice, please contact us and we will be happy to offer you support through our MAP Lead.
What is MAP?
RCGP National News
The Put patience first: Back general practice campaign is demanding that the governments of the UK increase funding for general practice. Read more about the crisis facing general practice, and the Put patience first: Back general practice campaign here. You can also read about our campaign success here.
Faculty Events and Professional Development
We strive to offer a varied education programme, ranging from Commissioning events to Minor Surgery courses.
Details of forthcoming South Yorkshire North Trent Faculty meetings, social events and educational courses can be accessed via the Upcoming Events box on the right or selecting the RCGP events link below. The RCGP South Yorkshire North Trent Faculty are proud to host a number of excellent educational training courses throughout the year including a comprehensive Musculoskeletal and Minor Surgery training programme. If you have any particular training requirement that is not included in our education programme then please contact the faculty office, we may be able to help. We can offer one-off training packages to groups of 15 or more for GPs, trainees or a mixture of practice staff.
Professional development programme
- AKT Preparation Course
- Joint Injections - AM/PM half day workshops
- Spirometry for Practice Nurses
- RCGP Accredited - CSA Preparation Course
- RCGP Accredited - CSA Preparation Course
- Celebrating General Practice Dinner and Awards Evening
- COPD for Practice Nurses
- MSK - Back Pain
RCGP events available to book now.
We are extremely keen to encourage research in our area.
In addition to the services we provide to members locally, we have joined with Humberside and Yorkshire Faculties to consider an education programme that meets the needs of members across our County.
More details of the White Rose joint initiative, and upcoming events can be found above under RCGP events.
RCGP South Yorkshire North Trent Faculty Office
Bank Quay House
Cheshire WA1 1NN
Telephone: 020 3188 7785
Faculty Administrator: Antonia Ford
A voicemail system is in operation when the office is closed. Please call before visiting the office.