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Principal Investigator Training Day

October 5th, 2016|0 Comments

The Clinical Research Network of Greater Manchester are pleased to announce that a further Principal [...]

CASC Congratulations Sept 2016

September 30th, 2016|0 Comments

A very big well done to Dr A Ali, Dr H Atturu, Dr L Colwill, [...]


September 23rd, 2016|0 Comments

This travelling fellowship is awarded from funds bequeathed by Margaret Mary Slack. This travelling fellowship [...]

Section 12 Refresher Course

August 24th, 2016|0 Comments

We will be holding Section 12 Refresher Courses on the following dates October 27 2016 [...]

1st North of England Psychiatry Congress 25 November 2016

August 5th, 2016|0 Comments

A very exciting event to highlight some of the amazing research/work that is  being led [...]

International OOPT/OOPE for STs in Accra, Ghana

May 13th, 2016|0 Comments

The shortage of doctors in Ghana has led to the creation of the position of [...]

METIS uploads

Don’t forget you can now upload anything you want to METIS.  If you experience difficulties uploading scanned documents it is usually because of your scanner settings, reduce the size it scans and all should be well.  Try to PDF any uploads and this too reduces the size.  If you experience any problems using METIS then please call us on 0161 720 2905/4872

Pastoral Care

The School supports trainees throughout their training, but particularly in times of difficulty or career uncertainty. More information can be found in the relevant career policy, or contact your local tutor, the school or your TPD for more advice – all numbers on the ‘contact us’ page.

The Deanery has an excellent page on Doctors in Difficulty

In addition, the School of Psychiatry has developed several Speciality Careers Support Policies, all of which can be found here

Core Skills

All Mandatory training is now completed via the Deanery E Learning modules and is recorded on a core skills register which will hopefully eliminate the need to repeat certain topics every six months. Some training such as Breakaway/CPR will be provided by host trusts. Core skills is managed by the Postgraduate Dept of Psychiatry on behalf of all MH Trusts so that all trainees should have completed prior to arriving.  We will provide regular reports re compliance.