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Wellbeing for Doctors & How to get Gastro Speciality Training Back on Track

Updated on: 09 Feb 2022   First published on 31 Jan 2022

This webinar, recorded on the 26th February 2021, featured talks regarding wellbeing and mental health, and how trainees can get their training back on track after the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar was chaired by the BSG Trainees Committee Chair, Dr Elizabeth Ratcliffe and was introduced by Dr Alastair McKinlay, President of BSG.

Overview of the programme and speakers

  • Wellbeing for trainees – Dr Shirley Remington, Associate Dean, HEE North West
  • Interventions from RCP for training and wellbeing – What is the RCP doing to support wellbeing and training? – Dr Nigel Trudgill, Director of the Medical Workforce Unit (MWU), Consultant Gastroenterologist, Sadwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS
  • The future of endoscopy training hubs – Dr Paul Dunkley, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Director Gloucestershire Endoscopy Training Centre, Gloucestershire Royal Hospital
  • Q&A Panel, speakers included:
    • Dr Bev Oates, Elected Chair, BSG Training Committee
    • Dr Paul Dunkley, Consultant Gastroenterologist, Director Gloucestershire Endoscopy Training Centre, Gloucestershire Royal Hospital
    • Dr Nigel Trudgill, Director of the Medical Workforce Unit (MWU), Consultant Gastroenterologist, Sadwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS
    • Dr Elizabeth Ratcliffe, Elected Chair, BSG Trainee Committee


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