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We now have seven
Tutors in place, and your
first contact if you are an
doctor seeking professional
or career support or advice should be with your
Tutor. Regular meetings of
representatives are held in Oxford at which plans are discussed to
utilise the funding to help the professional development of
dentists in the Deanery.
A significant number of
the Deanery have already received funding for various educational
projects including courses and further training. Remember - the
funding is there - come and get it!
Educational courses have
already been held and more are planned, both at a Deanery level,
and in individual Trusts. In the latter case doctors from other
Trusts will usually be very welcome to attend where space is
The first Oxford Deanery
Development Day was held in September 2009 at Milton Hill
Conference Centre, near Abingdon. The themes of the meeting were
Appraisals, Portfolios and Revalidation. Since then further
Development Days are held once or twice per year covering a wide
range of topics such as gaining the
via Article 14k, credentialing for
Skills, Assertiveness, Leadership, Management and Team Working.
Doctors' Development Day
will be held on Friday 8 February 2013 at the Oxford Belfry
Other courses already
All the above meetings and courses
will be detailed in the "What's On" information sheet which is
being sent out regularly to all the
Doctors on the database.
Our other means of communication is the
Newsletter. If you are not receiving this, or "What's On", it
means we haven't got a functioning current email address for you,
so please contact Liz Bailey (email@example.com )
about this today, and tell your friends.
The previous issues of the
Newsletter can be accessed by clicking on the links below:
The Oxford Deanery
Project has also contributed to several national meetings,
including three meetings of the National Association of Clinical
Tutors, the Inaugural Joint Royal Colleges
Conference, and meetings at
the London and Wessex Deaneries.
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