We also offer subspecialty experience at secondary level in Epilepsy, Respiratory Paediatrics & Allergy, Cystic Fibrosis, Gastroenterology, Cardiology, Oncology, Diabetes and Endocrinology. There is scope to do a Special Interest (SPIN) module in various subspecialties and Neonatology and Community Paediatrics are approved for GRID trainees as well.
Our programme includes regular departmental academic meetings, audit meetings, journal clubs supported by one of the Trust’s clinical librarians, radiology meetings and simulation sessions.
Our clinical and educational supervisors have a strong national and deanery medical education links and a good proportion of our consultants have a higher postgraduate subspecialty qualification and close links to tertiary centres in their subspecialty area.
We are well supported by an excellent Medical Education Department and helpful administrators. Our library and knowledge services work closely with clinical staff. We encourage a strong research ethos and are involved in a number of national multicentre trials backed by our active research and development department.
Dr Orode Mode, College Tutor QEQM has been chosen as the winner of the 2020-2021 KSS Paediatric Award for Training Achievement in the category: Best Educational supervisor.