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Short courses and workshops

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Short courses and workshops

BSMS CPD provides a wide variety of short courses and workshops throughout the year. For further information about any of the opportunities listed below contact the specific email address provided or cpd@bsms.ac.uk.
cardiology

Clinical workshops

These courses will enhance the knowledge and abilities of participants in a particular clinical speciality, contributing to the development of successful careers.

Anatomy Laboratory Training > 
Anatomical training in our Anatomy Teaching Laboratory.

Cardiology in Primary Care Workshop >  
A cardiology update for clinicians.

Diabetes Update for Clinicians >  
A diabetic update for GPs, Practice Nurses and Nurse Practitioners.

Immediate Life Support (ILS) > 
An ILS Provider Course facilitated by a Resuscitation Council (UK) ALS instructor.

clinical education

General workshops

These courses focus on subjects that promote the personal and professional development of participants across a variety of disciplines and specialities.

Approaches for Group Work Using Simulation > 
Using clinical scenarios to analyse team and group behaviour.

Clinical/Educational Supervisor Course > 
Advice and guidance for HEE KSS medical staff with supervisory responsibilities.

Human Factors in Simulation Based Education >  
Human factors in healthcare education.

Peer observation of Teaching > 
Peer observation in healthcare education.

Personal and Professional workshops > 
Support and develop your personal and professional capabilities.

Research Skills workshops > 
An introduction to systematic and qualitative research skills.

Effective Presentations Training >
Developing more effective presentation skills for healthcare educators. 

TIME Course >
A series of one-day training events developing the teaching skills of BSMS educators.

Mental Health in Primary Care Update >
Improving organisational awareness of, and responsiveness to, mental health challenges in primary care.

Lots of students lecture 2015

Conferences and symposia

These events explore current topics in research and how recent findings can be applied to participants’ everyday practice as educators, supervisors, clinicians and researchers.

Heath Education Conference > 
A conference highlighting recent research as it applies to health education.

Inclusion Health Day > 
An annual event focussing on current topics in Inclusion Health.

Brighton and Sussex Medico-Chirurgical Society >
A series of talks on major medical, ethical, philosophical, educational and medico-political issues.

Psychotherapy and Psychodynamic Thinking Symposium > 
An educational symposium connecting research and clinical services.

clinical radiology

Psychiatry updates

These courses provide updates for clinicians working in psychiatry. Our clinically active teaching staff and our close links with regional mental health trusts allow us to provide regular, practice relevant updates across a variety of disciplines.

Physical Health Updates for Psychiatrists > 
Common physical health disorders in psychiatry.

Approved Clinician Refresher Course > 
A refresher course for those with AC approval.

Section 12(2) Refresher Course > 
A refresher course for those with s12 approval.

Psychopharmacology Update > 
Pharmacological interventions for adult psychiatric disorders.

Leadership for Psychiatrists >
Describing and developing essential leadership skills and concepts as relevant for the continuing professional development of practicing psychiatrists. 

Forensic Psychiatry Update – January 2019 >
An update on forensic risk assessment and management in psychiatry.