This conference will provide practical help and support for new consultants, covering many aspects of the consultant role, from job planning, appraisal and revalidation to principles for professional success, building relationships with colleagues and patients, and working in a changing NHS.
The speakers will draw on their own experience, providing inspiration and advice for those at the start of their consultant career.
The programme has been developed by the RCP’s New Consultants Committee and highlights will include:
- what has changed in moving from SpR to consultant?
- job planning
- writing a business case
- working in a changing NHS
- dealing with complaints
- leadership in the NHS.
High-level speakers, excellent and truly inspiring.
Who should attend?
This is a must-attend event for those embarking on or at the early stage of their consultant path:
- new consultants (years 1–5)
- final and penultimate year specialist trainees.
Doctors from ‘non-medical’ specialties will also find this conference of interest.
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Please find below the presentations from the day. Please note, if there is a presentation missing, RCP does not have the permissions to share the content. Dr Tom Cozens presentation will follow shortly.
The RCP runs a comprehensive programme of conferences on a wide range of topics, offering delegates:
- cutting-edge clinical education
- CPD credits, helping delegates to prepare for revalidation
- opportunities to network
- updated skills and knowledge.