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Training Modules

Areas of the curriculum covered at St Mary's.


Trauma, Vascular, Regional (by arrangement) & Bariatric

Stage 3:

General duties, ICM, Paediatrics, Trauma, Obstetrics, Vascular, Peri-operative medicine and various optional units

Stage 2:

Paediatrics, Trauma, General Duties, Ophthalmic, ICM, Obstetrics, Vascular, Peri-operative medicine and most Acute Pain WPBAs.

Stage 1:

All stage 1 level of training units but especially Trauma, Obstetrics  (IAOC) and Paediatrics


Initial assessment of competencies (IAC)

Planning your training

Please check your emails from your TPDs and be clear which training units you hope to complete whilst at St Mary’s. When you ask for a training unit the College Tutors review all the module requests from the trainees. We then allocate a 4 week block where you are preferentially allocated to your training lists

Popular training units at St Mary’s are Paediatrics and Trauma. Dr Henry Wydell usually assigns trainees to these lists in blocks to maximise the number of trainees able to complete these units during a rotation. If you know you have a period with lots of leave planned, e.g. for exams, please liaise with the College Tutors and Dr Wydell to avoid you missing out on popular lists. It may not be possible for all trainees to complete popular training units.

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