The SAS (Specialty) Psychiatry Tutor: an introductory guide (ARCHIVED)

by Professor Gregory O'Brien

 

Published: March 2009

 

Please note: This module has now been archived. It is still available to view, but please be aware when completing the module that it was last updated in 2009. A CPD certificate is available for the module, but this will be subject to the approval of your peer group.  

 

If you are a consultant-level psychiatrist interested in updating this material, please contact us.

 

The aim of this module is to provide a key resource to SAS Psychiatry Tutors by giving an introduction and overview of their role, and by offering guidance in how to develop the role.

 

The objectives of this module are to:

 

  1. introduce participants to the role of Tutor to SAS psychiatrists

  2. recognise that SAS psychiatrists have widely varying CPD needs, and that this must be represented in the organisation of their tutor groups and CPD organisation

  3. review the instigation and organisation of tutor groups for SAS psychiatrists

  4. review appropriate approaches to appraisal, workplace-based assessment and related training activities for SAS psychiatrists.

 

Start the module

 

If you like this module, you may also be interested in:

 

The Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration – via Article 14, PMETB:
An application guide
by Dr Amanda Owen and Dr Satha Manoharan

 

Giving feedback to trainees by Dr Clare Oakley and Professor Femi Oyebode

 

Appraisal for psychiatrists 

by Dr David Roy

 

 

Download take-home notes to print and annotateDownload take-home notes to print and annotate

© 2018 Royal College of Psychiatrists