The Health Education England working across Yorkshire and the Humber School of Psychiatry is responsible for the delivery and quality control of both Core and Higher Psychiatry Training and ensuring that the Royal College of Psychiatrists Curriculums are delivered across Yorkshire.
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The School Management Committee is the strategic discussion and decision making forum for all aspects of Postgraduate Education and Training in Psychiatry.The Psychiatry School Management Committee meets three times per year, once in each of the Health Education England working across Yorkshire and the Humber Offices.The Membership is as follows:
The detailed administrative planning of individual programmes should be delivered in Core and Specialty Training Committees.
Psychiatry School Management Committee Meeting Dates
Health Education England working across Yorkshire and the Humber Trainee Representative Committee meetings are held three times a year. The HEYH Trainee Representative Committee meeting is attended by the Core and Higher Trainee Representatives and is a forum to discuss any training or work related problems. It aims to offer support and guidance on how to take issues forward. Any issues raised will then be brought up at the Psychiatry School Management Committee meetings (also three times a year) by the School Management Committee Trainee Representatives.
Next Meeting: TBC
School Management Committee Trainee Representatives will make every effort to disseminate information from the Psychiatry School Management Committee Meetings.
View the Psychiatry Trainee Representative Contacts/Links section.
Most of the Core Psychiatry Training Schemes and Higher Specialties have their own Training Committee Meetings. Please let your Core/Higher Trainee Representative know of any issues you wish to be discussed.
View further information on your local training committees.