Advanced Comms - New dates

Further to the last post - there are new dates available for the advanced communication courses, 29th sept and 11th November 2016. Please get in touch if you'd like a place (free!). Dan
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Advanced Comms Course Opportunity II

Many you you will be aware of the Advanced Communication Course that we run at NUH. This is a fantastic opportunity to improve your knowledge and skills in a key aspect of ICM practice. Deliberately restricting numbers allows plenty of time to explore scenarios that you have found difficult in the past, and the day is built around participants personal goals with the help of professional trainers and actors. It gets get feedback, and I'd encourage every advanced ICM SpR to make sure they get a slot at some point. It's free as well.

The next course is 6th June and I have a couple of spaces….email me if you can make it - danjrharvey@gmail.com
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Advanced Comms Course Opportunity

Many you you will be aware of the Advanced Communication Course that we run at NUH. This is a fantastic opportunity to improve your knowledge and skills in a key aspect of ICM practice. Deliberately restricting numbers allows plenty of time to explore scenarios that you have found difficult in the past, and the day is built around participants personal goals with the help of professional trainers and actors. It gets get feedback, and I'd encourage every advanced ICM SpR to make sure they get a slot at some point. It's free as well.

The next course is 13th April and I have a couple of spaces….email me if you can make it - danjrharvey@gmail.com
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Research Course

You may have seen the recent NIAA eNewsletter advertising the next Introduction to Academic Anaesthesia course which will be held on 14-15 September 2015. This free, two-day meeting will be run by the Pan-London Academic Anaesthesia Training Advisory Group (PLAATAG) and the NIAA. It will feature a world-class faculty, including Professor Mike Grocott, Professor Monty Mythen, Professor Jaideep Pandit and Professor Rupert Pearse, and will cover a range of topics from the principles of RCTs to how to conduct systematic reviews.
 
All trainees, students and consultants are welcome.
click here to register your interest in attending. Looks like a fantastic opportunity!
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Canadian Critical Care Trials Group

In case any of our loyal band have missed the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group - here’s their excellent website. A number of East Midlands intensivists have presented at their highly regarded annual meeting, and we are keen to grow these links. If you’re thinking of sabbaticals, post CST training etc come and talk to us!
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