The postgraduate medical centres run a series of regular lecture programmes on a term-by-term basis.
Junior Doctor Listening Events
As the situation with COVID-19 rapidly develops, lots of junior doctors have questions and are understandably feeling anxious
about this global pandemic. Whilst we all want to do what’s best for our patients, it is natural to feel worried at this time. We need to look out for our colleagues and support each other more than ever.
Rachel Emery (Chief Registrar) - ST5 Elderly is starting the Epsom and St Helier Junior Doctor Listening Events starting on Monday 23 March 1pm (St Helier Doctors Mess) and Wednesday 25 March (Epsom Doctors' Mess).
The Twitter hashtag is: #HowYouDoing
See the poster for full details JD listening events COVID poster.pdf 451KB .
All GP Lectures have been cancelled until the end of July 2020. Please check the website for further announcements.
During term time, GP lectures are held on a weekly basis. The lectures provide clinical updates to local GPs plus hospital staff. See GP education and events.
These lectures count towards your continuing professional development (CPD), and following each lecture, the postgraduate medical centre sends out CPD certificates electronically so that they can be uploaded to revalidation portfolios.
During term time, hospital lectures are held on a weekly basis. The lectures provide general updates for hospital doctors and other healthcare professionals.
All Hospital Lectures have been cancelled until the end of July 2020. Please check the website for further announcements.
Virtual grand rounds
During term time, grand round lectures are held on a weekly basis via Zoom from 8.30am - 9.30am. Grand Round lectures consist of interesting case presentations and are aimed at an audience across all specialties and grades. Contact Cheryl Morgan (GPVTS and Education Programme Co-ordinator) at: Cheryl.Morgan3@nhs.net for the meeting link details.
This week's presentation held on Thursday 7 May was by Dr Steve Hyer.
His presentation was entitled "Absolutely Fabulas with apologies to Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders". Next week's topic will be added to the website soon.
Grand round presentations
Grand round presentations, held at both Epsom and St Helier, are being catalogued by the Library and Information Services. The aim of this is to improve the sharing of medical expertise across both hospitals to inform patient care and enhance our clinical practice. We hope this will be of particular benefit to our doctors in training.
For a list of Grand Round presentations please click the link below:
Searching for presentations in the library catalogue
Click Advanced under the search box.Enter the name of the department in the search box.Change the media type to Grand Round Presentation and click Search.
Or browse by Subjects or Keywords which have been attributed to each presentation.
Due to information governance, the presentations are only available internally to Epsom and St Helier staff and patient information may have been removed from the original presentation, to comply with information governance.
Opening a presentation: If the presentation has been made available by the presenter there will be a note of the file address in the catalogue record. Available presentations are stored on an ESTH internal drive and can only be accessed from a Trust computer.
Requesting a presentation: not all presentations have been made available. If you require a presentation which has a catalogue record but no file address, please contact the author.
The catalogue is maintained by Library and Information Services, please contact Hirson Library for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Literature search to support a case presentation
The Library and Information Service can carry out literature searches across a range of healthcare databases to find evidence-based information relating to cases presented at the Grand Rounds. If you are presenting a case, and would like us to carry out a search for you, please email the library at email@example.com.
Publishing a case study
If you would like to publish a case study via BMJ case reports, please contact Hirson Library for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).