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RCP college and associate college tutor national conference 2020

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11 November 2020
Royal College of Physicians

RCP college and associate college tutor national conference 2020

9.30am - 1.30pm

The CT and ACT national conference is the dedicated event for RCP college and associate tutors.

Your role, their future

The CT & ACT National Conference is an annual meeting of the college tutor and associate college tutor network, an opportunity to come together to hear about developments regarding training and exams as well as sharing best practice and showcasing real time regional initiatives and improvements.

Building on the success of previous events, this half-day virtual conference has been designed as an open discussion on the impact of Covid-19 on Wellbeing, IMT and Shielding.

RCP college tutors and associate college tutors provide invaluable and essential support to the RCP and our professional networks. The CT & ACT National Conference is the RCP’s showcase event for this vital work. It’s the place to meet colleagues, share your ideas, successes and learning.

Prof Donal ODonoghue, registrar, Royal College of Physicians


Pre-conference with the Linacre Fellow for ACTs
Dr Jo Szram, Linacre Fellow, Royal College of Physicians

-- Wellbeing session

Lessons from military medicine
Dr Lucy Lamb, Lt Colonel, defence consultant, Royal Free

RCP wellbeing resources: what's available and how to use it
Dr Harriet Gordon, lead, RCP wellbeing and flexibility group

It's OK not to be OK: psychological safety in teams
Dr Olwen Williams, vice president, Wales, Royal College of Physicians

Associate College Tutor presentation


-- IMT session

Alternative certificate

Dr Mumtaz Patel, clinical lead for quality management, JRCPTB and global VP, Royal College of Physicians

Practical problems from head of school
Dr Fraz Mir, head of school, East of England

Associate College Tutor presentation

-- Shielding trainees session

Shielding- what will it mean for trainees and educators?

How does OH approach COVID risk assessments in healthcare workers?
Dr Alastair Robertson, head of occupational health, University Hospitals Birmingham

Personal experience of shielding
Dr Charlotte Squires, st3 acute, Borders General Hospital Scotland

Associate College Tutor presentation

A full version of the programme is available to download at the bottom of this page.

CT & ACT conference 2019 – a snapshot of the day