The aim of the programme leading to the award of a CCT in O & G is to produce high quality Obstetricians and Gynaecologists with a broad range of skills, supported by assessments which are competency based, that will enable them to practise as Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologists in the United Kingdom.
The O & G curriculum is competency based and leads to the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT). You will be supported during your time at St. Richard’s Hospital by your Programme Lead, an allocated Educational Supervisor, and Clinical Supervisors, all of whom will give you regular feedback about your progress. You should never be in any doubt about your progress and what you can do to improve this.
Progress during training is established by review of your logbook and the signing off of the 19 modules when completed (where appropriate), by observation, direct supervision, independent practice and attendance at training courses, completion of Advanced Training Skills Modules (ATSMs – where appropriate).
Chichester O&G Training
Sample Rotas for SHOs and Registrars
Sample 6 Week Rolling 2nd Tier Rota at St Richard’s
Sample 8 Week Rolling 1st Tier Rota at St Richard’s
Chichester consultants’ special interests ATSM opportunities offered and contact details
Summary of weekly teaching sessions in O+G at SRH
Overview of Ultrasound Scan Training at St Richard’s
GMC Survey Results for O+G at St Richard’s 2015
Trainee Feedback about the Department
Higher Trainee Feedback to HEKSS from SRH trainees April 2015
The Thames Valley and Wessex Neonatal Operational Delivery Network has published an eLearning Module on ‘Positioning the Preterm Infant’ which is now available on the eLearning Repository and you are welcome to share with colleagues who may be interested. You can login and download it from the Repository at the link below. A further two links are provided below for previewing, both within and outside of an LMS.
Worthing O&G Training
RCOG exam preparation
RCOG part 2 mock OSCE