The RCOG and FSRH are delighted to be hosting this important national event in partnership with the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC). This collaborative virtual event will see professionals from a wide range of national bodies and specialties come together to update on all recent national work and topics relevant to SAS Doctors, plus give examples of "best practice" to motivate/maximise SAS career potential. As well as topics of relevance and interest to all specialties, there will also be some specialty-specific CESR sessions available.
Our high-quality online courses are designed to be interactive, with opportunities for Q&A and discussion in breakout groups.
To enhance your learning experience and assist flexible learning, lectures will be made available online to you after the event, so if you have to miss a lecture you can catch up when it suits you.
Please note, this course will be delivered through an online collaborative platform which creates a guest profile for all participants. As part of this profile, the name and email address of the participant will be visible to all participants within the secure course classroom. This is a requirement of use of this platform so permission to share this information will be gathered during the registration process.
- Understand the latest information from GMC, HEE, BMA on recent national work relevant to SAS doctors
- Obtain valuable insights from your peers across different specialties
- Learn ways of creating and improving SAS posts to attract and retain motivated, satisfied and quality staff
Who should attend
Anyone interested in finding out more about SAS Doctor careers and optimising the potential of these posts as a fulfilling and rewarding alternative to a consultant career e.g. medical students, trainees, clinical directors, DME’s, locally employed doctors and SAS doctors in all specialties.
Dr Laura J Hipple FRCOG, North Cumbria
Honorary Co-Directors of Conferences
Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury