COVID-19 x training
the impact on orthopaedic training: what does it mean for you?
Lisa Hadfield Law has shared this video about making the most of the training opportunities during the current pandemic.
Lisa has also put together a how to guide for adding an assessor who does not have an ISCP account to allow you to continue to log WBAs and Clinical Supervisor reports.
The jorney of wellbeing through unchartered waters
In this article Jen and Rachel explore the importance of wellbeing and the resources that are available to health care workers.
This webinar was a fantastic opportunity to discuss the current training issues in orthopaedics with the BOTA president , chair of the Specialist Advisory Committee (SAC) , the BOA Education Lead and a Training Programme Director. This special webinar explores the impact of COVID-19 on orthopaedic trainees and trainers. The evolving COVID-19 pandemic is significantly affected every single person and changed all aspect of our normal practices. Elective operating has been stopped, the way we manage trauma has altered and many trainees have been redeployed to areas away from orthopaedics.
We explore issues around national selection which has been cancelled, along with all training courses and specialist meetings being postponed. Most regional teaching programmes have been put on hold too. It is therefore not a surprise that this has resulted in uncertainty regarding training and what this means for trainees and trainers going forwards.
Surgical training has been a very fast moving area for the past 2 months and the panel will use this opportunity to update the audience on the latest news to help them navigate new challenges in the workplace.
Key topics to be discussed will include:
COVID-19 x orthopaedic trauma:
management of C-19 injuries after the pandemic: what now?
Wednesday 29th April
COVID-19 x Charnley
the conservative management of orthopaedic injuries
With the current COVID-19 pandemic widely affecting the UK, there is a call for change in how we manage our trauma patients. This is to protect our patients and manage our limited resources. Join us on Wednesday 15th April at 8pm to discuss this further.
Take the learning one step further
This course is tailored to meet the needs of international graduates from all healthcare and health sciences backgrounds including surgeons, anaesthetists, nurses, operating department staff, allied health professionals and those with a specialist interest in orthopaedic trauma education and training.