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  1. 1. JRCPTB Quality Management of Specialty Training - Nuclear Medicine Post no This form is part of the JRCPTB Quality Management Process • One form should be completed for each post in a programme • A Programme Outline form completed by the Head of Specialty Training to JRCPTB must accompany this form This section should be completed by the applicant: Deanery: Hospital applying for approval: Please list the sites that the post will rotate to (if applicable). Specialties: For completion by JRCPTB ONLY: Programme Code Date of last visit Relevant details from the visit For completion by the SAC Specialty training for this post is recommended: Specialty training for this post is recommended subject to the following provisions: Specialty training for this post is not recommended for reasons stated. Please list changes to be made before approval can be considered. Date: Name: Position: Quality Management of Specialty Training - February 2007 1
  2. 2. JRCPTB Quality Management of Specialty Training - Nuclear Medicine Post no Section 1 Name of Head of Specialty Training Name of [Insert name of specialty] Educational Supervisor Please PRINT name of Consultant completing form and sign Signature Date Hospital/Trust name & address Postcode Phone No : Fax No : E-mail: Section 2 - Consultant staff responsible for training in [Insert name of specialty] Name Specialty Ward rounds pw OP clinics pw Section 3 - Other staff in unit Grade Number Section 4a - Outline of weekly unit timetable (indicate type of session and whether specialty or G(I)M in each box). Please note that if the post rotates between hospital sites and there is a change in timetable then you must produce a timetable for each site. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday am pm Quality Management of Specialty Training - February 2007 2
  3. 3. JRCPTB Quality Management of Specialty Training - Nuclear Medicine Post no Section 4b – Details of training opportunities provided by this post District General Hospital YES/NO Teaching Hospital YES/NO Section 5 Number of investigations per year Number of Inpatients Number of Outpatients Section 6a On call duties that would be allocated to the SpR Rota (eg 1 in 5) Section 6b - special attachments available Place Trainer Brief outline of experience given Section 7 - Opportunities for learning Frequency of grand rounds Frequency of Nuclear Medicine “led” grand rounds Details of joint meetings with clinical and radiological groups Other protected educational time? Frequency of audit Protected research time? Section 8 - Opportunities for teaching Medical undergraduates Medical postgraduates (eg MRCP tuition) Other health professionals Quality Management of Specialty Training - February 2007 3
  4. 4. JRCPTB Quality Management of Specialty Training - Nuclear Medicine Post no Section 9 - Specialty opportunities Available () Not available () Dept aver no/year Comments (if any) 1 Central nervous system 2 Skeletal system 3 Cardio-vascular system (No.of stress perfusion studies - in brackets) 4 Pulmonary system 5 Gastro-Intestinal system 6 Urogenital system 7 Endocrin system 8 Haemopoietic and lymphatic systems 9 Tumors and inflammation 10 Single Photon Emission Tomograph 11 Position Emission Tomography 12 Paediatric studies 13 Radionuclide Therapy Benign Thyroid Therapy Malignant Therapy 14 Non imaging invitro studies 15 Other Quality Management of Specialty Training - February 2007 4

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