The Forum of Irish Postgraduate Medical Training Bodies (Forum) was established in December 2006 with the aim of supporting the postgraduate training bodies in maintaining the highest standards in Medical Education and Training in Ireland. The postgraduate training bodies, through the Forum, provide a key leadership role in the promotion of a common strategic policy with a shared vision and common goals for excellence in postgraduate medical education and training.
The focus of the Forum is on the training of doctors in high quality postgraduate medical programmes to meet service needs of the health service and specifically to:
Finance Webinar covering the topics of Mortgage approval, Payslips – including pay variations and calculating your overtime, Incremental credit – how you progress and move between grades.
As we move into the implementation phase of the Strategy, the Forum is pleased to announce two new hires. Mr John Magner on a part-time basis as Strategy Implementation Manager and Mr Seán O’Donnell full-time as Project Manager for the Strategy Implementation. John Magner, Programme Manager, Forum Strategy Implementation. John joined the Royal College of
The Forum have recently launched the first postgraduate medical training strategy. A key objective within the strategy is toprofessionalise structures to support training at clinical site level. Specifically focusing on, in the initial implementation period, the development of clinical Education & Training (E&T) posts at training site level, to support professional clinical postgraduate education and training
24 November 2022, 10.15am to 3pm, Webinar This is a half day virtual conference featuring a host of international experts on subjects such as: • Health equity and education • Integrating planetary health • Educating in times of crisis • Decolonising global health • The intersection of place, race and health The virtual conference will