C15 (3): How can we improve higher speciality training medical rotations?
Dr Sophie Wienand-Barnett
- Review a broad range of factors affecting rotations
- Consider the footprint of rotations to ensure stability
- Changes beneficial to trainees, trainers, and employers
Many specialty training programmes involve rotation through different hospitals. Rotating aims to enhance training by increasing exposure to different patient demographics, colleagues, trainers amongst many others. However, both trainees, employers and trainers feel there is scope for improvement. We present opportunities to improve flexibility, sustainability, and training through rotations.
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Health Education England
Designing and planning learning
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