There are 22 courses available
For East of England ACCS and CT3 Emergency Medicine trainees.
Join us for an outstanding educational course delivered by Professor Iris Grunwald.
The Resuscitation Council (UK) ALS course is a standardised national course teaching evidence-based resuscitation guidelines and skills to UK healthcare professionals.
ACI is mandatory for Anaesthetic CT2s in the Health Education East of England Essex Rotation (Basildon, Broomfield, Colchester and Southend). Delegate registration for Essex rotation Anaesthetic CT2 and ACCS (Anaesth) trainees is subsidised by Health Education East of England. You will be allocated your place in advance.
Suitable for Band 5 and Band 6 nurses.
The COMETS course is a full day of simulation training in the recognition and management of acutely ill patients for core medical trainees.
Refresh your skills and knowledge with Continuing Scenario Based Anaesthetic Resuscitation Training in our high-fidelity simulation suite.
EAST is a one-day programme suitable for anaesthetic trainees and speciality doctors, emergency medicine doctors, and operating department practitioners. Also suitable for consultants wishing to refresh their skills and knowledge.
A full day of simulated practice for FY1, FY2 doctors and Band 5-7 nurses.
The ILS instructor Course (ILSi) helps develop effective teaching skills for ILS instructors.
The ILS course will meet the needs of those who need more advanced skills than taught during Basic Life Support (BLS), but who do not require the more comprehensive Advanced Life Support (ALS) Provider Course.
A full day of simulated practice at managing obstetric and neonatal emergencies. Work as part of a team alongside your colleagues in our high-fidelity simulation suite, exactly as you do in real life.
High-fidelity simulated labour ward experience for trainee anaesthetists new to the delivery suite.
This one-day course teaches a practical approach to using ultrasound in regional anaesthesia.
(The acutely or critically sick or injured child in the District General Hospital. A team response. Department of Health, 2007). Multidisciplinary training for all those who manage acutely unwell or critically injured children.
Are you interested in becoming a doctor, nurse or other health professional? Want to find out more before applying to university?
The START course is a one-day multidisciplinary course for all those who deal with critically ill patients requiring transfer - anaesthetists, intensivists, ODPs, critical care nurses and emergency medical personnel.
The Novice Introduction to Anaesthesia Programme is a structured introduction to anaesthesia for new trainees.
Intensive exam preparation for the Final FRCA SOEs. Realistic practice, exactly as in the real exam.
PREP is an intensive exam preparation course for the Primary FRCA SOE (vivas) and OSCEs. Realistic practice, exactly as in the real exam.
Skilled debriefing is central to the learning experience in simulation-based medical education.
All you need to know about tracheostomies. Interactive lectures, small group workshops and high fidelity simulation.