Bulletins, Courses and Information for your attention

On this page you will find information about upcoming courses and general information that will be of use for you to know. If there are any courses that you are interested in applying to please either read in the body of the course advertisement or select the flyer/programme at the bottom of the page to find out more information on how to apply.

BMA Webinar - Options after FY2

My name is Andrew Harborne and I’m a medical registrar. 

I’m currently working with the BMA to deliver webinars on options after Foundation Year 2 training. You might be familiar with these talks as they are normally delivered in person by BMA reps to trainees on career days. Due to recent restrictions these have now moved online.

I am hosting a webinar including the BMA and other useful talks for Foundation Doctors on the 19th May. Please see the following sign up link (https://andyharborne01.wufoo.com/forms/qkku7qw1kv2pyz/

Every best wish,

Dr Andrew Harborne 

Flyer below

Cleaning for confidence: keeping NHS premises safe and clean for patients  

This e-learning programme was developed in partnership with Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) and NHS England and NHS Improvement (Midlands).  

The programme outlines the fundamentals of cleaning and infection prevention and control to everyone within the NHS family, with the aim of stopping the spread of Coronavirus and other infections. The public-facing element of the campaign also aims to give confidence to patients and service users that NHS services remain safe to access during the pandemic and beyond. 

Why is cleaning for confidence important?  

  • Keeping NHS premises safe and clean for our patients is a commitment that we all share, and it is something that has never been more important than right now. 
  • Every single person within the NHS family has a part to play in maintaining that commitment to keeping people safe. 
  • A clean workplace is our first and best defence in stopping the spread of COVID-19 and other infections. 

About the Cleaning for Confidence programme 

The Cleaning for Confidence e-learning programme was developed to build upon staff knowledge of the good cleaning practices, that can help to stop the spread of COVID-19 and other infections where they work, both in clinical and non-clinical settings. 

The e-learning session takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and a certificate can be generated on completion of the e-learning.  

Everyone who completes the Cleaning for Confidence programme will become a cleaning champion, having demonstrated their commitment to keeping colleagues, patients and their families safe each and every day. 

How to access the e-learning 

To learn more about the e-learning, visit the Cleaning for Confidence programme page.  

You can also visit the NHS England and NHS Improvement website to find a comprehensive communication toolkit that makes it easy to adopt the cleaning for confidence campaign within your organisation.  

Fatigue Survey

Dear Foundation Doctors,


I'm one of the Foundation TPDs within the Yorkshire and Humber region.

As part of an ongoing project, I would like to understand more about fatigue and how this affects you as junior doctors and in turn relates to the safety of the care that we give to our patients.


If you wouldn't mind filling in this very short survey which will take 3 minutes to complete.



We are looking to present the results at a future foundation educational event.


Thanks in advance for your help


Dr Will Peat

Consultant Anaesthetics and Intensive Care Harrogate Hospital


Psychiatry Clinical Simulation


Who? These sessions are for all foundation trainees.

What? We are running clinical simulation sessions in Psychiatry for foundation doctors over Microsoft Teams. These 1 hour sessions will be based around realistic and clinically relevant scenarios. There are three different scenarios to choose from.

Why? We hope these sessions will help you feel more confident managing common psychiatric presentations within your day to day jobs. The focus of the session is not on communication skills but instead is designed to be more practical – how to manage difficult situations on the wards when there is little senior help around. All the scenarios have been designed to help develop your Core Foundation Curriculum competencies.

To book: Please email zoe.noon@nhs.net to book your place; stating which session you would like to be booked onto. Maximum of 10 places per session.


  • 08 April 2021, 09:30 – 10:30 (self-harm scenario)
  • 08 April 2021,  11:30 – 12:30 (self-harm scenario)
  • 13 April 2021, 09:30 – 10:30 (self-harm scenario)
  • 13 April 2021,  11:30 – 12:30 (self-harm scenario)
  • 16 April 2021, 09:30 – 10:30 (psychosis scenario)
  • 16 April 2021, 11:30 – 12:30 (psychosis scenario)
  • 16 April 2021, 13:30 – 14:30 (self-harm scenario)
  • 16 April 2021, 15:30 – 16:30 (self-harm scenario)
  • 16th April 09:30 slot on old age psychiatry
  • 16th April  11:30 slot on old age psychiatry
  • 21st April 13:30 session on psychosis
  • 21st April 15:30 session on psychosis

Acute Medicine for International Medical Graduates

Acute Medicine for International Medical Graduates is a one-day online workshop that aims to support international medical graduates and junior doctors, new to acute care practice in the NHS, with skills to enable confident management of acute medical patients through the use of a wide range of clinical case scenarios and interactive content. http://www.acutemedicineforimgs.eventbrite.com

Our Spring/Summer workshops will take place on the 15th & 16th of May and the 10th & 11th of July 2021. It allows for easy and safe attendance from anywhere in the UK because they are online, which also has the added advantage for doctors from abroad starting placements in August. They may wish to attend the workshop before they arrive in the UK.

Exerienced NHS consultants and medical educators have carefully curated the workshop, which focuses on supporting junior doctors and IMGs with applying clinical knowledge of acute medicine to the management of several acute cases including sepsis, acute coronary syndrome, acute asthma, diabetic ketoacidosis etc. We will also hone prescribing skills (intravenous fluids in AKI; fluids and insulin in DKA/HHS patients according to national guidelines) as well as rehearse skills in ECG and ABG interpretation. 



University of Liverpool’s Dermatology Society is extremely excited to hold our first international virtual conference!

Skin: The Forgotten Organ
Saturday 15th May 2021 

We look forward to providing an exciting series of lectures on pioneering dermatological research and surgery, sexual health in dermatology and more! This conference is definitely not one to be missed!

We are now accepting submissions for oral and poster presentations. Do you have any research related to the topic of 'skin' you want to present? Want recognition for your research or the chance to win prizes for the best poster and oral presentation at an international conference? Feel free to submit your abstracts using the link provided below:


All medical students and healthcare professionals across the world are welcome to attend and will be provided with a certificate of attendance, workshop participation and presentation (if applicable). This will be a great addition to your portfolio! Everyone is welcome and we encourage your participation.

Tickets are available at £3 for members, and £4 for non-members


Further updates are available on our social media page at  https://www.facebook.com/events/513865122859950

If you would like further information please do not hesitate to contact us at dermatology@society.liverpoolguild.org