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.

*ALL COURSES ARE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE*


June 2020


Level 1/SHO Teaching: CAMHS

Tues 9 June

We would like to invite you to attend our series of free, monthly teaching afternoons incorporating the Case Exchange with Level 1 teaching.

Ultrasound-Guided Venous Access

Wed 10 June

  • Basic venous anatomy refresher
  • Optimisation of ultrasound images, with reference to the ultrasound machines commonly used for vascular access in theatres
  • Tips and tricks to see your puncture needle better
  • Practical sessions: use of ultrasound to assess venous anatomy and practice of ultrasound-guided punctures on phantoms
Professional Conversations

Thurs 11 June

The aim of this two-day course is to develop and enhance communication between colleagues in clinical settings towards effective teamwork and to benefit the experience of our patients.

Talking to Families - When Death Becomes a Likely Outcome

Fri 12 June

Talking to families when the death of their child becomes a likely outcome is challenging. This simulation day is designed to help develop your technique for introducing concepts of death and dying, advanced care planning and parallel planning.


July 2020


Train the Trainer

Fri 3 July

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.

GOSH Summer School

Mon-Thurs 6-9 July

Are you a Medical Student or Newly Qualified Doctor and considering a career in Paediatrics? Join us for an exciting and interactive 3-day event, offering a detailed look into a career in Paediatrics.

Talking to Families - When Death Becomes a Likely Outcome

Fri 10 July

Talking to families when the death of their child becomes a likely outcome is challenging. This simulation day is designed to help develop your technique for introducing concepts of death and dying, advanced care planning and parallel planning.

Level 1/SHO Teaching: Genetics

Tues 14 July

We would like to invite you to attend our series of free, monthly teaching afternoons incorporating the Case Exchange with Level 1 teaching.


September 2020


Ultrasound-Guided Venous Access

Tues 1 September

  • Basic venous anatomy refresher
  • Optimisation of ultrasound images, with reference to the ultrasound machines commonly used for vascular access in theatres
  • Tips and tricks to see your puncture needle better
  • Practical sessions: use of ultrasound to assess venous anatomy and practice of ultrasound-guided punctures on phantoms
Speaking Without Words

Fri 4 September

Would you like to learn more about signing? Would you like to communicate with all your patients? If so, attending this half-day teaching session will give participants an introduction to other effective communication tools.

Level 1/SHO Teaching: Critically ill child

Tues 8 September

We would like to invite you to attend our series of free, monthly teaching afternoons incorporating the Case Exchange with Level 1 teaching.

Professional Conversations

Thurs 24 September

The aim of this two-day course is to develop and enhance communication between colleagues in clinical settings towards effective teamwork and to benefit the experience of our patients.

Talking to Families - When Death Becomes a Likely Outcome

Fri 25 September

Talking to families when the death of their child becomes a likely outcome is challenging. This simulation day is designed to help develop your technique for introducing concepts of death and dying, advanced care planning and parallel planning.


October 2020


MRCPCH Mock Exam

Sat 3 October

Based on the MRCPCH clinical examination - experience mock exam conditions and gain valuable feedback.

Level 1/SHO Teaching

Tues 13 October

We would like to invite you to attend our series of free, monthly teaching afternoons incorporating the Case Exchange with Level 1 teaching.


November 2020


GOSH Paediatric Bioethics & Law Masterclass

Sat 7 November

  • This interesting, informative and perhaps challenging day for Medical Students and Foundation Doctors will enable you to spend a day learning about ethical and legal issues in the treatment of children.
  • Lectures from leading legal and ethical figures in child health will explore key topics
  • Participants will be encouraged to submit abstracts about cases/or issues that they have encountered/considered – observing all confidentiality standards of course.
Level 1/SHO Teaching

Tues 10 November

We would like to invite you to attend our series of free, monthly teaching afternoons incorporating the Case Exchange with Level 1 teaching.

Talking to Families - When Death Becomes a Likely Outcome

Thurs 12 November

Talking to families when the death of their child becomes a likely outcome is challenging. This simulation day is designed to help develop your technique for introducing concepts of death and dying, advanced care planning and parallel planning.