Supporting the underperforming trainee
Thursday 28 February 2013
Royal College of Physicians
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5 CPD credits
This workshop is aimed at supervisors who would like information, guidance and support to be able to recognise and support trainees who are underperforming.
During this programme we focus on realistic case-studies. We discuss how to recognise the early warning signs of a trainee getting into difficulty, and consider a range of strategies to help trainees address their weaknesses and improve their performance. We also provide guidance to help prevent disputes and misunderstandings from developing.
This is a popular workshop, and previous delegates have fed back very favourably on how helpful the content has been in their role as educational supervisors.
At the end of this workshop participants will be able to:
recognise the early warning signs of a trainee getting into difficulty
identify what early steps to take
identify whom to contact about concerns
describe the legal and employment framework within which they will be operating
recognise the roles and responsibilities of relevant supporting bodies
identify what help is available to support underperforming trainees
describe the factors that help to prevent disputes and misunderstandings.
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