B11

B11

  • 11 May 2021

B11: Near-peer support for foundation doctors: a paradigm for supporting the multi-professional workforce

Session speaker(s):
Dr Mike Masding
Dr Jeanette Dickson

Session objectives:

  • Delegates will understand what support helps doctors during the Foundation Programme.
  • Delegates will learn how to set up a near-peer support scheme and engage key stakeholders in its delivery.
  • Delegates will understand how to translate this scheme into a future model to support and retain the wider multi-professional team.

Session summary:
Under a new scheme, foundation doctors will receive near-peer support from senior trainees. This session will reflect on the context for this work – including the experiences of FiY1s and the revised Foundation Programme curriculum – and consider how the scheme may translate into a model to support the wider multi-professional team.

Session hosted by:
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges

Session theme:
Educational management and leadership

Target audience group:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Researchers
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Transitions in the medical education pathway

B11: Near-peer support for foundation doctors: a paradigm for supporting the multi-professional workforce

Session speaker(s):
Dr Mike Masding
Dr Jeanette Dickson

Session objectives:

Session summary:
Under a new scheme, foundation doctors will receive near-peer support from senior trainees. This session will reflect on the context for this work – including the experiences of FiY1s and the revised Foundation Programme curriculum – and consider how the scheme may translate into a model to support the wider multi-professional team.

Session hosted by:
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges

Session theme:
Educational management and leadership

Target audience group:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Researchers
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Transitions in the medical education pathway