A1 swap

A1 swap

  • 11 May 2021

A1: Experience and Skills – how HEE’s Career Refresh for Medicine Programme brings back doctors to teach the next generation

Session speaker(s):
Dr Paul Sadler
Dr Rachel Rummery

Session objectives:

  • Inform participants about the Career Refresh for Medicine Return to Practice Programme
  • Exploring how this can help to support doctors in training by bringing more experienced doctors back into the workforce
  • Looking at the reasons doctors leave service and how we might address that and retain vital skills and experience in other ways

Session summary:
HEE’s Career Refresh for Medicine (CaReforMe) programme is bringing over 100 experienced doctors back into the NHS. They are a valuable resource to support, educate and train our junior doctors and we will explore the role they can play in our education and training environment.

Session hosted by:
HEE

Session theme:
Teaching and facilitating learning

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Policy makers

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training
Primary and community care
Secondary care and mental health
Continuing professional development
Multi-professional education and training
Learning across traditional boundaries (primary care / secondary care / social care and undergraduate / postgraduate)
Transitions in the medical education pathway
Integrated care provision

A1: Experience and Skills – how HEE’s Career Refresh for Medicine Programme brings back doctors to teach the next generation

Session speaker(s):
Dr Paul Sadler
Dr Rachel Rummery

Session objectives:

Session summary:
HEE’s Career Refresh for Medicine (CaReforMe) programme is bringing over 100 experienced doctors back into the NHS. They are a valuable resource to support, educate and train our junior doctors and we will explore the role they can play in our education and training environment.

Session hosted by:
HEE

Session theme:
Teaching and facilitating learning

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Policy makers

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training
Primary and community care
Secondary care and mental health
Continuing professional development
Multi-professional education and training
Learning across traditional boundaries (primary care / secondary care / social care and undergraduate / postgraduate)
Transitions in the medical education pathway
Integrated care provision