Courses and events

PGME offers a range of inter-professional programmes that are intended to support the professional development needs of all medical, non-medical and administrative staff.

The GOSH Summer Party is on Friday 11 August at The Magic Roundabout in London, EC1. For more info, click here. Don't miss out!

July 2017

Tues 25 July 2017

SHO Teaching: Perplexing Presentations - ICU Seminar Room between 14:00 and 17:00

Open to all SHOs, paediatric teaching occurs on the last Tuesday of the month. No need to book.

Fri 28 July 2017

Grand Round: The importance of sleep - Weston House Lecture Theatre, 13:00 and 14:00

Open to all - every last Friday of the month - No need to book.

Mon 31 July 2017

Train the Trainer

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Train the Trainer is a comprehensive, interactive, one day training course focusing on delegates gaining the knowledge and skills required to become confident facilitators of learning.

Tue 29 August 2017

SHO Teaching: - ICU Seminar Room between 14:00 and 17:00

Open to all SHOs, paediatric teaching occurs on the last Tuesday of the month. No need to book.

Fri 1 September 2017

Mentoring Skills Course

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Calling all consultants interested in learning mentoring skills, or interested in refreshing skills to join us. The aim is to develop a GOSH register of mentors, so that consultants (particularly new consultants) needing support can apply to have a mentor.

Tue 26 September 2017

SHO Teaching: Genetics - ICU Seminar Room between 14:00 and 17:00

Open to all SHOs, paediatric teaching occurs on the last Tuesday of the month. No need to book.

Tue 26/Wed 27 September 2017

Politics, Power and Persuasion

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This two day programme will provide you with an increased understanding of the national context in which the NHS operates. It will allow you to discuss the pressures of leaders of fellow NHSorganisations, as they seek to achieve their objectives whilst complying with the Government policies.

Fri 29 September 2017

Grand Round: JIA research in control of response to treatment - Weston House Lecture Theatre, 13:00 and 14:00

Open to all - every last Friday of the month - No need to book.

October 2017

Fri 6 October 2017

Great Ormond Street Hospital Conference 2017 – ‘Advances in Paediatrics’​

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PGME are delighted to announce the Inaugural Great Ormond Street Hospital Conference ‘Advances in Paediatrics’. The aim is to celebrate and share the exciting research, innovation and projects occurring within GOSH with colleagues in the Trust, and the wider paediatric audience.

Mon 9 October 2017

Educational Supervision

This half day interactive course is designed for new supervisors and introduces the key concepts of educational  supervision. It will enable delegates to gain an understanding of the valve in providing high-quality educational supervision, as well as a framework for how to manage challenging situations in that role.

Wed 11 October 2017

Trainer the Trainer

This comprehensive, one-day training course focuses on the knowledge and skills required to become a confident facilitator of learning The theory and practice of teaching as a process of facilitating learning will be integrated into activities with practical application for your role as a teacher, trainer and educator.

Mon 16 October 2017

UK Mediation - Interpersonal Mediation Practitioner's Certificate

It is important that people who are qualifying as mediators have credibility within the organisation and are able to demonstrate the quality and professionalism of their mediation work, even if they go on to apply their skills without describing themselves as ‘Mediators’. For this purpose, GOSH mediators will be registered onto the UK Register of Mediators for no charge.

Wed 18 October 2017

BRC Education Event - A Research Hospital in Action

This one-day event is available to early and mid-career researchers. Participants will have an opportunity to learn how research can move from bench to bedside and back again, participate in hands-on workshops on consent, ethics, patient participation and the clinical research facility and identify methods of maximising output from data and samples.