Academic Training Programme in the East Midlands Healthcare

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Academic Training Programme
in the
East Midlands Healthcare Workforce Deanery
(South)
Professor
Reader
Consultant / GP
Senior Lecturer
Clinical Lecturer (NIHR or matched)
Speciality (StR) training
Doctoral Research
Core (CT) training
Academic Clinical Fellow
Foundation Programme
Academic Foundation Programme
MB PhD
Intercalated BSc
Medical School
Professor
Reader
Senior Lecturer
Clinical Lecturer (NIHR or matched)
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Academic Foundation Programme
Professor
Reader
Senior Lecturer
Walport Clinical Lecturer
Foundation competencies
Develop additional skills
• laboratory research
• clinical research
• teaching
• management
Broaden horizons
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Presentations
Publications
Academic Foundation Programme
Increase competitiveness
Medical & Social Care Education
Acute Care Common Stem
Core Medical & Surgical Training
Professor
Reader
Health Sciences
General Practice
Senior Lecturer
Infection, Immunity & Inflammation
Clinical Lecturer (NIHR or matched)
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Academic Foundation Programme
Core Medical Training
Paediatrics
Radiology
Infectious Diseases & Medical Microbiology
Cardiovascular Sciences
Core Medical Training
Core Surgical Training
Ophthalmology
Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine
Core Medical Training
Core Surgical Training
Histopathology
Research
Professor
Clinical Training
Core clinical competencies
MRES
Reader
Develop additional skills
Senior Lecturer
Walport Clinical Lecturer
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
• laboratory research
• clinical research
• teaching
• management
Broaden horizons
Presentations
Publications
Academic Foundation Programme
Submit a Fellowship application
Research
Professor
Reader
Clinical Training
Wellcome Trust
British Heart Foundation
Senior Lecturer
Circulation Fellowship
Walport Clinical Lecturer
Wellbeing in Women
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Academic Foundation Programme
NIHR
Novartis
Medical & Social Care Education
Professor
Reader
Health Sciences
Senior Lecturer
Walport Clinical Lecturer
Infection, Immunity & Inflammation
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Cardiovascular Sciences
Academic Foundation Programme
Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine
Medical & Social Care Education
Nephrology
Professor
Reader
Health Sciences
Senior Lecturer
Clinical Lecturer (NIHR or matched)
Infection, Immunity & Inflammation
Nephrology, Respiratory Medicine
Paediatrics, Transplant Surgery, Radiology
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Cardiovascular Sciences
Cardiology, Vascular Surgery
Diabetes, Ophthalmology
Academic Foundation Programme
Cancer Studies and Molecular Medicine
General Surgery, Medical Oncology
Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Haematology
Research
Professor
Reader
Senior Lecturer
Walport Clinical Lecturer
Clinical Training
HST competencies
Developing as an independent
investigator
Developing teaching skills
Presentations
Publications
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Academic Foundation Programme
Grant writing
Advanced Training Fellowships
Clinician Scientist Awards
Research
Clinical Training
Professor
Reader
Senior Lecturer
Clinical Lecturer (NIHR or matched)
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Academic Foundation Programme
90% of ACLs have taken
up Senior Lecturer posts
Professor
Reader
Senior Lecturer
Clinical Lecturer (NIHR or matched)
Doctoral Research
Academic Clinical Fellow
Academic Foundation Programme
Professor
Reader
Senior Lecturer
RADIOLOGY
Walport Clinical Lecturer
GENERAL
PRACTICE
PATHOLOGY
MEDICAL
EDUCATION
Doctoral Research
OPHTHALMOLOGY
Academic Clinical Fellow
Academic Foundation Programme
CLINICAL
MANAGEMENT
Professor
Reader
Senior Lecturer
RADIOLOGY
Walport Clinical Lecturer
GENERAL
PRACTICE
PATHOLOGY
MEDICAL
EDUCATION
Doctoral Research
OPHTHALMOLOGY
Academic Clinical Fellow
Academic Foundation Programme
CLINICAL
MANAGEMENT
Clinical
Supervisor
Research
Supervisor
Clinical Supervisor
Work in speciality area
Involved in conducting assessments
Input into the trainees meetings with Educational Supervisor and ARCP
Clinical
Supervisor
Research
Supervisor
Research Supervisor
Supervises your research project
Provides laboratory space and support
Helps develop your Fellowship & Grant applications
Helps with writing of papers
Inputs into the Academic Review
Educational
Supervisor
Academic
Supervisor
Clinical
Supervisor
Research
Supervisor
Educational Supervisor
• An Educational Supervisor is responsible for
overseeing training and documentation of clinical
training
– Confirm appropriate inductions
– Develop a learning agreement and educational objectives
including plans for study leave
– Meet the trainee at the beginning, middle and end of a placement
– Conduct appraisal and to provide feedback
– Produce a structured report at the end of the year to inform ARCP
(including workplace appraisal)
– Provide career advice if appropriate
– Contact the TPD if concerns regarding training
Educational
Supervisor
Academic
Supervisor
Clinical
Supervisor
Research
Supervisor
Academic Supervisor
• An Academic Supervisor is responsible for
overseeing your academic development
Academic Supervisor
Develop an academic PDP with the trainee
• agreed in 1st month and annually
• realistic/achievable timetable with clear milestones
• generic academic competencies
• specific academic goals appropriate to the project
Meets regularly with trainee
Submits report to ARCP panel
Educational
Supervisor
Academic
Supervisor
Clinical
Supervisor
Research
Supervisor
Academic Mentor
The focus of the mentoring relationships is to:
Achieving an appropriate balance between:
• research
• clinical commitments
• obtaining specialist status
Career planning/job applications
Personal development - leadership and negotiation issues
Establishing effective networks and collaborations with other scientists/clinicians
Effective management of students and staff
Training
Programme
Director
Programme
Director for
Academic Training
Director of
Clinical Academic
Training
Educational
Supervisor
Academic
Supervisor
Clinical
Supervisor
Research
Supervisor
Academic
Mentor
Postgraduate Dean
Associate Postgraduate Deans
Heads of School
Training
Programme
Director
Programme
Director for
Academic Training
Dean
Of
Medical School
Director of
Clinical Academic
Training
Educational
Supervisor
Academic
Supervisor
Clinical
Supervisor
Research
Supervisor
Academic
Mentor
Dr Sheona MacLeod
Dr Ann Boyle
Heads of School
Training
Programme
Director
Dr Jonathan Barratt
Dr Adrian Stanley
Prof David
Wynford-Thomas
Prof Nick London
Educational
Supervisor
Academic
Supervisor
Clinical
Supervisor
Research
Supervisor
Academic
Mentor
ARCP (Panel)
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


Postgraduate Dean or TPD
Specialty Regional Advisor, ES’ s, Specialty SAC
representative
Trust representative
Lay member
External trainer
minimum of 3
ARCP
 trainee does NOT normally attend
 outcome 1 = satisfactory progress
 expected CCT date is set
 an unsatisfactory ARCP decision (outcomes
2,3,4) requires the trainee to meet with the panel
following its meeting to discuss remedial
training
Academic review pre-ARCP
An annual assessment of academic progress must be
undertaken,
– Should take place at least one month before the
ARCP panel meets
Present
– the trainee and research supervisor
– director of the academic programme,
– and other members of the academic unit as
appropriate
An academic report is generated which is submitted to the
ARCP panel.
MRES
Mandatory for all ACFs
Comprises
1. Taught modules:
Module
Name
Module 1 Foundation
Methods
Module 2 Quantitative
Methods
Module 3 Qualitative
Methods
Type
Day 1
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
9 Oct 12
10 Oct 12
11 Oct 12
30 Oct 12
31 Oct 12
20 Nov 12
21 Nov 12
4 Dec 12
5 Dec 12
18,19 Dec 12
tbc
16 Jan 13
17 Jan 13
30 Jan 13
31 Jan 13
26, 27 Feb 13
tbc
2. Dissertation
Exam Date
Assignment
Date
Day 2
Oral tbc
tbc
Bursaries
£1000 per annum available to all ACFs & ACLs
This is in addition to study leave budget
For NIHR ACFs application is through the deanery:
Adam Gudalajtys: [email protected]
For Matched/Locally funded ACFs application through University
For University employed ACLs application through University:
Lesley Green: [email protected]
For UHL employed ACLs
Contact Lesley Green in the first instance
Bursary supports attendance at meetings
What can we do to support you?
You just need to ask.
•
Mock interview panels
•
Sharing of successful and unsuccessful Fellowship & grant applications
•
Academic Showcase-Friday 21st September 2012
•
Academic reviews
•
Social events & networking with other academic trainees
•
Regularly check the website for information about the local academic
training programme. The induction guide is also available there
http://www2.le.ac.uk/colleges/medbiopsych/research/clinical-academictraining
EastMidsLNR
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