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Jack Fairhall, Medical Education Manager:

"I have worked with Junior Doctors for a number of years and always taken a keen interest in Medical Education.  I work closely with the Director of Medical Education, Foundation Programme Director and College Tutors to design and deliver high class education programmes for each of the trainees at Leighton. I am the NAMEM (National Associate of Medical Education Managers) Representative for the North West Region.

I have worked at Leighton Hospital since December 2013, before this I worked in London in a variety of Medical Education roles."

Liz Rogers, Deputy Medical Education Manager:

"I have worked at Leighton Hospital for 8 years and have lots of experience working in Medical Resourcing. We constantly look at innovative ways of educating our doctors and Medical Students and invest in courses and programmes that deliver high standards of education, most recently our Simulation Teaching has been accredited at F2 and CMT Level.

I’m responsible for supporting the Postgraduate Administration Team and the running of the Postgraduate Medical Centre. Leighton Hospital is a friendly and welcoming trust that supports staff in their training and development."

Christine Coyne, F1 Administrator

"I am in my fourth year working in the Postgrad Department.  The main aspects of my job are; I am the FY1 administrator.  I liaise with the FY1s prior to starting at the Trust and support the FY1 doctors throughout their training year.

I am the Year 5 medical student administrator, organising  placements and teaching for the students to ensure they get the most out of their time at the Trust.

I organise the Trust Inductions for Junior Doctors rotating in to the Trust.  I also organise and co-ordinate HEENW (Deanery visits) and Junior Doctor Advisory team visits to the Trust. 

Janice Packer, F2 Administrator

My main role in the centre is to arrange and co-ordinate the F2 Doctor teaching programme, and ensure that the trainees are meeting their learning/development requirements to complete their Foundation training and enable them to move on to Specialty training.   I work closely with Chris Coyne, who looks after the F1 trainees.  I have worked in this role for over 12 years, and have seen many changes, with the learning opportunities offered vastly improved, and continually evaluated.   

I also service the quarterly Medical Education Committee, which monitors all of the junior doctors education in the Trust.

The Postgraduate team are a friendly bunch, and always happy to try and help.

Carol Morgan, SAS and Undergraduate Administrator

"I have worked for the NHS since 1998.  Due to relocation to Crewe I started at Leighton Hospital in 2004, initially on a 3 month contract to cover maternity leave.

I started in Postgrad in April 2009 as Medical Education Administrator supporting the education and personal development of SAS (Staff Grade, Associate Specialist & Specialty Dr’s).  In addition to this role I am the lead Administrator for years 3 & 4 medical students from Manchester Medical School.  I also look after the Teaching Programme for the Department of Medicine, including the CMT Teaching programme.

As you will have gathered from my time at Leighton, I really like the hospital.  It is a very friendly and supportive place to work, local to home and the fact that our Team works really well together – I cannot imagine working anywhere else!"

Christine Fife, GP Trainee Administrator and Study Leave Administrator 

"I have worked in the Postgraduate Medical Centre at Leighton Hospital for almost 14 years, in the position of GP Trainee Administrator and Study Leave Administrator.  Prior to this I worked for Virgin Trains as an Accounts Head of Department for 14 years also.  My main role in Postgrad is the organisation of the GP Training Programme, including track allocation for new starters, as well as looking after GP Trainers Meetings,  processing of study leave for F2’s at MCHFT and A&E Trainees in the HENW Region, and organisation of a twice yearly ‘So You Want To Be A Doctor’ event.  I thoroughly enjoy working in Postgrad using my excellent organisational skills to help trainees get the most out of their training programmes."

Dr Chiara Mosley, Simulation Lead

Chiara is a Registered Adult Nurse, Midwife and Advanced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner and has worked for the NHS for over 25 years.  Her PhD and BEME systematic review is based on structured resuscitation training programmes and simulated learning.  She co-ordinates and facilitates high fidelity simulations both in-situ and non-clinically based.  She has a registered PGCE and is a driver of change on a multi-professional level.   Having recently successfully completed the NWSEN apprenticeship programme in Human Factors this has enabled her to increase the technical content of simulations and now provide excellent video-led debrief.

Craig Rogers, Simulation Team

Craig is a professional cameraman with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the field and is the simulation technician at MCHFT.  He is responsible for the maintenance and running of the manikins and facilitates the video led debriefs.  His extensive technical knowledge has led him to develop a multipurpose mobile simulation station which enables the team to film and review the simulations on a TV screen and then use this for video- led debriefing.  He is experienced and skilled in moulage and is able to replicate injuries and wounds to the manikins to assist with the fidelity of the simulations.

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