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Are You Struggling With Your Writing?

‘How do I write an introduction?’

‘What do I put in my conclusions?

‘How do I manage to keep on track when I feel I have completely lost my motivation?’ 269 more words

Academic Writing

CMFT 'International Programme' wins national award

Our Trust’s ‘CMFT International Programme’ was awarded the first prize for ‘Improving Services Through Training and Development’ during the recently concluded Lean Healthcare Academy Conference and Awards 2014. 258 more words

Postgraduate Education

President of RCS(Ed) to inaugurate Surgical Grand Round at CMFT

The Division of Surgery Educational Committee is organising a division wide surgical grand Round meeting which will be open to all members of the multidisciplinary teams in the division. 208 more words

Postgraduate Education

What I've learnt: Applying for NHS ethical approval

Six months in and my biggest PhD challenge to date is certainly the NHS ethics application. It has made me want to tear my hair out and wonder how anyone ever gets to the desired ‘favourable ethical opinion’, but actually I’ve also learnt loads and in the end I found it a really valuable experience that has certainly improved my research design. 988 more words

Foundation Trainees Make a Difference

Following on from Natalie’s blog on NHS Change Day (http://changeday.nhs.uk),  Dr Alan Grayson, our F1 tutor did a great piece of work recently with our Foundation Doctors which caught the team’s eye. 233 more words

Postgraduate Education

Human Factors with Tamara, Gary and Chris.

Warning -  The video contained in this post will make you stop and forget what you are doing. It might just change the way you think about error in healthcare forever. 498 more words

Postgraduate Education

NHS Pledge day with Natalie May and Alan Grayson. HT St.Emlyn's

Hi, I’m Natalie May. I’m an SpR in Emergency Medicine and you may have met me in the adult or children’s emergency department.I’m guest blogging on CMFTPostgrad to tell you about something really important to me, you and the NHS in general. 513 more words

Postgraduate Education