RCPsych in Scotland Trainees
Trainee Representatives on the Executive Committee in
Trainee Member Required - Psychiatrists' Support Service
The Psychiatrists’ Support Service (PSS) has been in existence
at the Royal College of Psychiatrists since 2007. It is a free,
confidential, support and advice service for members, trainee
members and associates of the Royal College of Psychiatrists who
may find themselves in difficulty or in need of support.
vacancy has arisen for a trainee member for the service. It is
open to all trainees in Psychiatry. The ideal candidate should have
some experience in a supportive role to colleagues and be up to
date with the issues that trainees experience. Please note that
this is a voluntary role.
Management and Leadership Skills Course for Senior Trainees
2014 - Presentations
Please now find available presentations made at the above course
for your reference:-
you can't stand the heat..... (Dr Alistair Cook, Chair)
Further Learning Opportunities for Trainees (Dr Laura
ASD - Free Training at Number 6
Please click here for further
Webinar on Psychiatry Training in Scotland
ScotMT recently ran a webinar on Psychiatry ST4 Recruitment in
Scotland 2014. The webinar was recorded and will be available on
ScotMT website shortly. Click here for a
copy of the presentation.
PTC response to the Shape of Training Review
here for a copy of the response.
National Recruitment to ST4 Psychiatry Specialties for August
2014, Information for Applicants applying to England, Scotland and
Please see that attached
bulletin which is designed to give information on the ST4
Higher Psychiatry Training recruitment process for posts
starting in August 2014.
Management and Leaderships Skills Course For Trainees
There were a number of presentations and handouts given at this
course and these are shown here for reference:
There were other presentations which will be added as soon as
they become available.
University of Stirling Online Module for ADHD
The University of Stirling has an online ADHD degree module, and
those interested can obtain more information by following the links
Workplace-Based Assessments in Psychiatry (2nd edition) -
edited by Amit Malik, Dinesh Bhugra and Andrew Brittlebank
A new edition of this popular title includes new chapters on
educational supervisor reports, DONCS, the new online portfolio for
trainees, workplace-based assessments in psychotherapy and views
fro trainees themselves.
learning resource for mental health professionals
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