D15 1

D15 1

  • 11 May 2021

D15 (1): SuppoRTT – Returning to Training during a global pandemic: Impact of activities on beneficiaries and supervisors  

Session speaker(s):
Dr Katie Webb

Session objectives:

  • To increase understanding of the difficulties and associated needs faced by some doctors in training returning to clinical practice
  • To improve knowledge of how SuppoRTT activities benefit those returning to training
  • To enhance supervisors knowledge and understanding of how SuppoRTT can assist supervisors and trainees during the transition

Session summary:
At least 10% of trainees take approved time out of training including parental leave, sickness/bereavement, additional experience or career break. SuppoRTT comprises wide-ranging activities targeting doctors returning-to-training. During a global pandemic navigating transition back to clinical practice has never been more important. We report impact of SuppoRTT to beneficiaries and supervisors.             

Session hosted by:
Cardiff University School of Medicine 

Session theme:
Teaching and facilitating learning 

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Researchers
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training

D15 (1): SuppoRTT – Returning to Training during a global pandemic: Impact of activities on beneficiaries and supervisors  

Session speaker(s):
Dr Katie Webb

Session objectives:

Session summary:
At least 10% of trainees take approved time out of training including parental leave, sickness/bereavement, additional experience or career break. SuppoRTT comprises wide-ranging activities targeting doctors returning-to-training. During a global pandemic navigating transition back to clinical practice has never been more important. We report impact of SuppoRTT to beneficiaries and supervisors.             

Session hosted by:
Cardiff University School of Medicine 

Session theme:
Teaching and facilitating learning 

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Academics
Researchers
Policy Makers

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training