Here you can find helpful information
on being a trainees at RCPsych in Wales.
If you are a trainee and wish to
add further information email Siobhan.email@example.com
Vacancies to RCPsych in Wales
2 x Trainee attachments to Policy
and Public Affairs
The attachment gives ST4 – ST6 trainees the
opportunity to work within the RCPsych in Wales office using some
of the time allocated within their training programme for training
in non-direct clinical care. The attachments are ideally for
one year but shorter periods may be considered.
The recommended time commitment should be
equivalent to one session per week.
The attachment scheme is fully supported by
the Specialty Advisor (Head of School) and the Specialty Training
Applications need to be supported by the
trainee’s Programme Director and Educational Supervisor.
Attachments will be advertised in the local eNewsletter, web page
and Senior Trainees Group.
Interviews will be held in the Cardiff office
using teleconferencing to prevent unnecessary travel.
Following appointment the successful applicant
will develop a work plan with the Chair, RCPsych in Wales in
conjunction with the local College staff. The Chair will
supervise this aspect of the trainees work.
Trainees will be expected to identify one or
more discrete pieces of work as well as gaining an understanding of
wider Policy Unit function.
The job description can be found
Expressions of interest to Siobhan Conway: Siobhan.firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 31 January
Cardiff CASC Training
Details of future CASC Mock exams and training will be posted
here as soon as they become available.
We are delighted to present this
‘Registrar’. You’ll find a combination of events, conference
reports, opinion pieces, education & training news, and our
2015 reader competition. We’d love to hear your views about the
magazine and welcome submissions for the next edition to
Understanding The Francis
Summary for Trainees
There's been a lot of talk today about the
'Francis report' (Mid Staffs) and many of us won't really have
heard or understood what it's about.
We've put together a (thankfully) short
synopsis of what we, as medical trainees, think we all need to
know. (It really does only take a minute to read!)
We need to stop thinking of ourselves as
'just' the Junior Doctors - we can have an impact if we want
Please spread the word:
- print this out and put it up in your mess / on the wards
- forward this email to everyone you know
- 'like us' on Facebook
- tweet / RTH the link
If you want any more info look at:
FMLM trainee members
RCPsych in Wales PTC
- Dr Maryam Afzal, Higher Trainee
- Dr Lionel Peter, Higher Trainee
- Dr Rupert Thurston, Core Trainee
Wales Student Psychiatric
The Wales Student Psychiatric Society
have a facebook page of the same name and an email address WSPS@live.co.uk
The Society are always looking for
support and anyone interested can contact Dr Ben Shooter on
or via the facebook site.