Consultant Job Planning
Tuesday 7 January 2014
Hallam Conference Centre, London
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This one day conference is a practical guide to successful consultant job planning. The conference opens with a presentation on delivering successful job planning in practice, lessons, challenges, objectives and solutions and promoting supporting professional activities (SPAs).
-The Academy of Medical Royal College"s understanding of Supporting Professional Activities (SPAs) is that they reflect time spent undertaking teaching, training, education, CPD(including reading journals), audit, appraisal, research, clinical management, clinical governance, service development etc; activities that are essential to the long-term maintenance of the quality of the service but do not represent direct patient care”
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, Advice on Supporting Professional Activities in Consultant Job Planning
Through a series of presentations this one day conference will provide delegates with the opportunity to hear from a variety of healthcare professionals on topics including; pay progression and clinical excellence awards as an integrated process, improving team performance and the role of the job plan in achieving personal development goals, individual and service objectives. Making the link between job planning, revalidation and appraisal, and also changing job plans in light of the national drive towards NHS services 7 days a week will also be covered. This conference will enable you to build valuable relationships, network with fellow colleagues and take away ready to implement strategies and practical initiatives based on the latest case studies and best practice transfer evidence.