Postgraduate Certificate in Strategic Leadership and Multi-professional Education in Healthcare

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Course Handbook for PG Certificate - May 2017

Welcome

Welcome to the academic programme for potential and existing GP trainers developed in association between the HEE KSS School of General Practice Education, and the Centre for Professional Pracitce at University of Kent.

The KSS School of Postgraduate General Practice Education is part of Health Education England's Kent, Surrey and Sussex local office. The KSS GP School covers the suburban and rural coastal areas of Kent, Surrey and Sussex. It is responsible for the health of 4,200,000 people.

The main activity of the KSS GP School is the recruitment of doctors to GP Specialty training and the quality management of that training both in hospital rotations and general practice placements.

The Centre for Professional Practice at University of Kent delivers relevant postgraduate education & training courses across Kent and north Thames Gateway. The Centre is based in the Medway Building at the Chatham Maritime campus and works in partnership with other Higher Education providers across the region. The centre has expertise in supporting professionals whilst they continue to work in their own field of expertise by providing work-related programmes on which individuals can acquire post-graduate level skills and gain qualifications which further enhance professional development.

 The introduction of a post graduate qualification relevant to GP educators is timely given:

  • The General Medical Council (the GMC) and the Royal College of General Practitioner (RCGP) have laid down standards for medical educators and this includes a move to increased professionalisation of the teaching role with the gaining of an academic award;
  • Evaluation of the KSS GP Educator Pathway has shown those who previously took up the PG certificate found their work as a trainer was significantly enhanced;
  • Revalidation processes will require enhanced reflection on our work in all spheres and the work undertaken in preparing for your PG cert and the gaining of the award will support you in this process.

This programme of study is designed to be flexible and related to the work you will either need to do to become accredited as a trainer or will enhance the work you do to be re-accredited as a trainer. The programme has been designed to be portfolio based learning which takes account of the existing work you undertake as a clinician.

 The initial award is for a Postgraduate certificate but further study can lead to a Diploma and onwards to a Masters Degree.

 We hope you will find this programme of study rewarding and that it will enhance your activities as a GP educator in KSS.

 

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The various contacts for this course are:

Contacts

HEE KSS Head of Primary and Community Care Education: Professor Hilary Diack Email: hilary.diack@hee.nhs.uk

HEE KSS PG Cert Course Director: Dr Chris Warwick Email: christopher.warwick@hee.nhs.uk

HEE KSS GP Educator Pathway Manager: Alistair Bogaars Email: GPEducatorpathway.kss@hee.nhs.uk

Address: Health Education England, working across Kent, Surrey and Sussex

Department of Postgraduate General Practice Education

Stewart House 32 Russell Square

London WC1B 5DN

Telephone: 020 7125 7198

Fax: 020 7125 7290

 

University of Kent Centre for Professional Practice (CPP): Head of Centre: Debbie Reed Email: D.Reed@kent.ac.uk Telephone:01634 202919

University of Kent CPP Academic School Liaison Officer (ASLO): Dr Claire Parkin Email: C.L.Parkin@kent.ac.uk  Telephone:01634 888865

University of Kent CPP Collaborative Provision Co-Ordinator: Linda Le Grys: Email: cppmedway@kent.ac.uk Telephone: 01634 888929

Address: The Centre for Professional Practice

The Medway Building

University of Kent

Medway Campus

Chatham Maritime

Kent ME4 4AG

 

Patch Associate GP Deans, HEE KSS:

East Kent and Medway Dr Kim Stillman kstillman@kss.hee.nhs.uk

West Kent and Dartford Dr Debbie Taylor dtaylor@kss.hee.nhs.uk

East Surrey Dr Bob Ward bward@kss.hee.nhs.uk

West Surrey Dr Tariq Hussain thussain@kss.hee.nhs.uk

East Sussex Dr Mary-Rose Shears mshears@kss.hee.nhs.uk

West Sussex Dr Liz Norris lnorris@kss.hee.nhs.uk

 

Academic Mentors

East Kent & West Kent Dr Kate Neden catherine.neden@nhs.net

East Surrey & West Surrey Dr Terry Conaty terry.conaty@nhs.net

East Sussex & West Sussex Dr Cathy O’Leary Catherine.oleary@nhs.net

 

To see the Validated Partner section on the University of Kent website, click here