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The next Professionalism in Medicine Evening Meeting is 10 March 2020
Recently Appointed Consultants (RAC) Meetings

Recently Appointed Consultants (RAC) Meetings

Professionalism in Medicine: Creating a Healthy Team Culture (2018)
  • Bias | Ms Mags Bradbury
  • Undermining and Bullying: Implications and what to do about it | Miss Alice Hartley
The 21st Century Consultant: looking to the future (2017)
  • Future NHS leadership | Mr Jim Mackey
  • The changing role of the consultant | Dr Wendy Watsons
  • Professional success: how to use appraisal and revalidation to realise your perfect job | Dr Janice Provan
Contemporary Challenges for the NHS Consultant (2016)
  • Practising realistic medicine in an increasingly litigious world | Dr Catherine Calderwood
  • Routes to clinical leadership: pearls of wisdom for aspiring clinicians | Dr Annabel Howell
  • Detecting early signs of stress & mental illness in ourselves and our colleagues | Dr Alastair Leckie
RAC Meeting 2015
  • Managing uncertainty | Dr Kerri Baker
  • Management structure in NHS Scotland (and how to engage effectively) | Dr David Murdoch
  • Managing conflict | Dr Mark Roberts

Life as a Consultant

Life as a Consultant

  • How to stay motivated and maintain engagement in times of stress | Mr Colin Crookston
  • Staff wellbeing | Dr Clare Gerada MBE
  • Transformative innovation in healthcare: making it happen | Dr Iain Keith
  • My career as a whistleblower - 30 years experience | Dr Peter Wilmshurst
  • Interviews: top tips for interviewers and interviewees | Dr Nick Fluck
  • How can a new consultant make an impact on quality improvement | Dr Simon Watson
  • Incorporating care into clinical practice | Mr Shaun Maher
  • You can’t be a person and a doctor” – lessons from a study of work-life (im)balance in doctors in training | Dr Antonia Rich
  • From medical student to medical director | Miss Tracey Gillies
  • Embed good research in your practice! | Professor Rustam Al-Shahi Salman
  • Becoming a changemaker: how to rock the boat without capsizing | Dr Vincent Connolly
  • Training the trainers: promoting excellent, safe care through education | Professor Jane Metcalf
  • Clinical teaching: who should do it, how should it be done and how can it be supported? | Dr Peter Reid