Foundation School Bulletin - 15/11/19
FuturePsych Magazine - article submissions
- FuturePsych Magazine is the Royal College of Psychiatrists Magazine for medical students and foundation doctors.
- FuturePsych Magazine is now accepting article submissions for the Winter 2020 edition.
- Excellent opportunity to share medical school or foundation experience in psychiatry.
- FuturePsych welcomes reflections, original poems or artwork, case studies, opinion pieces, reviews, elective reports and interviews with equal applaud.
- Written articles should aim to be between 400-600 words.
- Email questions or submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10th December 2019.
- To see past editions or for mote information please see: https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/become-a-psychiatrist/med-students/becoming-a-student-associate/futurepsych-magazine
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National Education and Training Survey (NETS) is now live
You understand your learning experience better than anybody else. Health Education England want to know about your placement. What works well and what could be better, so improvements can be made to the clinical learning environment across the NHS.
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- Why NETS?
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- Am I eligible?
NETS is for all healthcare learners that are currently on placement. You can find out more about NETS here: https://www.hee.nhs.uk/our-work/quality/national-education-training-survey