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BAMM and Healthcare Events joint conference

A Doctor's Guide to Effective

Appraisal and Revalidation

T U E S D AY 1 5 A P R I L 2 0 0 8 4 H A M I LT O N P L A C E

Moving Forward with the recommendations from `Trust Assurance and Safety: The White Paper on the Regulation of Healthcare Professionals'

LONDON

Topics include:

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Medical revalidation and education: National Update Medical revalidation: relicensure and specialist recertification Setting the standards for the specialist elements of recertification A step-by-step guide to how appraisal systems will need to change Appraising the specialist elements for recertification Improving the information on which appraisal is based Developing your appraisal and revalidation portfolio Developing 360 degree feedback as part of appraisal What to do if performance issues arise within the appraisal process Bringing it all together and moving forward in an NHS Trust

Keynote speakers: Professor David Black

Chairman The British Association of Medical Managers (BAMM) and Dean Director KSS Deanery

Professor Sir Bruce Keogh

NHS Medical Director

Dr David Graham

Director of Appraisal for the NHS

An IHM recognised conference

CPD approval is being sought

Specialists in the organisation of healthcare conferences

BAMM and Healthcare Events joint conference

A Doctor's Guide to Effective

Appraisal and Revalidation

Moving Forward with the recommendations from `Trust Assurance and Safety: The White Paper on the Regulation of Healthcare Professionals'

T U E S D AY 1 5 A P R I L 2 0 0 8 4 H A M I LT O N P L A C E LONDON

" Regulation, like medicine, is a dynamic process ­ it must not stand still.

It must be scruitinised, challenged and improved to ensure it takes account of the needs of our changing society and the changing healthcare environment."

SIR GRAHAM CATTO, PRESIDENT OF THE GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL ­ GMC TODAY SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2007

The White Paper Trust, Assurance and Safety is the first comprehensive overhaul of the regulation of healthcare professionals in more than three decades, and sets out landmark reforms to the UK's system for the regulation of health professionals, based on consultation on the two reviews of professional regulation published in July 2006: Good doctors, safer patients by the Chief Medical Officer and the Department of Health's The regulation of the non-medical healthcare professions. Following a keynote introduction on the latest developments on implementing the White Paper from Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, NHS Medical Director, the conference provides a practical guide to preparing your systems and processes for revalidation, including how appraisal systems will need to change, what appraisal will look like Feedback from an appraisee and appraiser perspective, from delegates underpinning appraisal with high quality at our previous Appraisal information, developing a multi-dimensional and Revalidation conference: portfolio on which appraisal is based and "Good day ­ reinforced existing knowledge and developing a system of appraisal to provided additional thoughts on which to develop incorporate the views of patients a more robust system in preparation for future." and colleagues.

NOTTINGHAM COUNTY TEACHING PCT

The conference also provides guidance on what to do when performance issues arise as a result of the appraisal process in order to meet the new requirements for revalidation.

"Fantastic. Great speakers. Lots of theoretical and practical considerations. Thank you."

BROMLEY PCT

"Well organised, good mix of speakers."

QEH NHS TRUST

Chairman: Professor David Black

10.00 10.10

Chairman The British Association of Medical Managers (BAMM) and Dean Director KSS Deanery

Chairman's introduction Medical revalidation and education: national update

Professor Sir Bruce Keogh

NHS Medical Director

10.40

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developing a strengthened appraisal and relicensing system for doctors an update from the Medical Revalidation and Education Working Group moving forward

Medical revalidation: relicensure and specialist recertification

Finlay Scott

Chief Executive The General Medical Council

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implementing the White Paper: medical revalidation developing the new standards the re-licensing process: moving forward how local systems will feed into the revalidation process

11.10 11.40

Q U E ST I O N S A N D A N SW E R S , F O L LO W E D BY CO F F E E A N D E X H I B I T I O N AT 1 1 . 2 0

A step-by-step guide to how appraisal systems will need to change

Dr David Graham

Director of Appraisal for the NHS and Postgraduate Dean Mersey Deanery

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the White Paper vision for appraisal how appraisal will feed into revalidation the changes that need to be implemented in practice to enable this to occur

12.10

Appraising the specialist elements for recertification

Professor Irving Taylor

Chair Professional Standards Committee and Recertification Committee The Royal College of Surgeons of England and Member The National Medical Revalidation and Education Working Group

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what appraisal will look like from an appraisee and appraiser perspective appraisal of specialist v generalist skills appraisal for recertification: looking forward

12.40

Role Play: The art of appraisal

Role Play to be presented by Playout Becky Simpson and David Schaal

13.10

Q U E ST I O N S A N D A N SW E R S , F O L LO W E D BY LU N C H A N D E X H I B I T I O N AT 1 3 . 2 0

PREPARING FOR THE CHANGES: A DOCTOR'S GUIDE

14.00

Improving the information on which appraisal is based

Mr Simon St Clair Carter

Consultant Urologist and Chief of Service, Urology Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust

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underpinning appraisal with high quality information analysing and benchmarking clinician specific clinical outcomes: developing intelligent information which reflects and monitors performance tips for appraisees and appraisers in practice

14.30

Developing your appraisal and revalidation portfolio

Dr Brian Rambihar

GP Principal Sandy Lane Surgery, Preston, GP Tutor and Appraisal and Revalidation Advisor Central Lancashire PCT

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developing a multidimentional portfolio on which appraisal is based Assessing evidence with PRIDE ­ a new model for evidence assessment developing evidence of good practice: tips for appraisees moving forward in practice: developing your portfolio of evidence our approach in Central Lancashire

15.00 15.30

Q U E S T I O N S A N D A N SW E R S , F O L LO W E D BY T E A A N D E X H I B I T I O N AT 1 5 . 4 0

Developing 360 degree feedback as part of appraisal

Dr Peter Cavanagh

Medical Director and Acting Chief Executive Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust

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developing a system for appraisal to incorporate views of patients and colleagues: the 360 degree appraisal developing 360 questionnaires and implementation in practice our approach and experience of implementing 360-degree appraisal in Taunton and Somerset

16.00

What to do if performance issues arise within the appraisal process

Professor Sarah Thomas

Postgraduate Dean South Yorkshire and South Humber Postgraduate Deanery Member The National Medical Revalidation and Education Working Group

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what to do if performance problems arise either through 360-degree appraisal or the formal appraisal process how to handle and understand the `doctor in difficulty' moving forward with tackling concerns: meeting the new requirements for revalidation with regard to performance concerns

16.30

Bringing it all together and moving forward in an NHS Trust

Dr Yasmin Drabu

Medical Director, Consultant Microbiologist and Director of Infection Prevention and Control Barking Havering and Redbridge Hospitals NHS Trust Member The National Medical Revalidation and Education Working Group

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changing systems, process and culture what do Doctors and Managers think of revalidation: positives and negatives linking appraisal with business planning implementation in practice: where we have got to and moving forward

17.00

Q U E ST I O N S A N D A N SW E R S , F O L LO W E D BY C LO S E AT 1 7 . 1 0

A Doctor's Guide to Effective

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T U E S DAY 1 5 A P R I L 2 0 0 8 4 H A M I LTO N P L AC E LO N D O N

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Group rates

A discount of 15% is available to all but the first delegate from the same organisation, booked at the same time, for the same conference.

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All bookings will be confirmed by email, unless stated otherwise.

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Date

Tuesday 15 April 2008.

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On confirmation of your booking you will receive details of accommodation.

Terms and conditions

A refund, less a 20% administration fee, will be made if cancellations are received, in writing, at least 4 weeks before the conference. We regret that any cancellation after this time cannot be refunded, and that refunds for failure to attend the conference cannot be made, but substitute delegates are welcome at any time.

Conference fee

£290 + VAT (£340.75) for BAMM and IHM members £340 + VAT (£399.50) for NHS and private healthcare organisations. £290 + VAT (£340.75) for voluntary sector/charities. £475 + VAT (£558.13) for commercial organisations. The fee includes lunch, refreshments and a copy of the conference handbook.

Exhibition

If you are interested in exhibiting at this event, please contact Gemma Belford on 020 8541 1399.

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The conference is Fit to Lead accredited by BAMM and recognised by the IHM. CPD Accreditation is being sought.

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