postgraduate dean


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postgraduate dean

A senior consultant doctor in the UK who is responsible for all postgraduate medical education and training (PET) in hospital and general practice in a particular deanery. PGDs work in close association with College Regional Specialty Advisers and are accountable to the General Medical Council (GMC) as of 2010; the PGD was previously accountable to the Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board (PMETB) for PET in that deanery.
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He must also work with a postgraduate dean on a personal development plan to improve his performance.
A GMC spokesman said: "The Panel heard from the Deputy Regional Postgraduate Dean, who has a wealth of experience in helping to remediate "Doctors in Diffi-culty".
It also concluded that he must notify the GMC of any new post he accepted, any disciplinary actions taken against him, any posts he takes outside the UK and he must also form a Personal Development plan with a postgraduate dean or medical director of a trust.
Prof Carter, who is also a nonexecutive director on the board of University Hospital, is married to Dr Michael Bannon, the postgraduate Dean of Oxford University.
In 1966, in recognition of his commitment to and concern for postgraduate education, Gray was appointed Postgraduate Dean of the faculty of medicine at Liverpool University, the first occupant of this post in Merseyside.
He is allowed to continue his work as Residential Medical Officer at the Huddersfield Hospital for up to six months and he must seek advice from his regional postgraduate dean over any further training he may need.
He will retire as consultant geriatrician in February 2005, but continues as associate postgraduate dean.
Professor Namita Kumar is postgraduate dean at Health Education England in the North East and North Cumbria - the body responsible for training the new doctors.
Professor Namita Kumar, Postgraduate Dean Health Education England, working across the North East and north Cumbria, said: The Physicians Associates programme provides an opportunity for the development of staff who can work at a more complex level and enact a range of skills and interventions across healthcare in the North East, including mental health, secondary and primary care.
Professor Derek Gallen, Postgraduate Dean at the Wales Deanery, said: "The Wales Deanery is particularly proud to have developed the BEST/BSAS awards in recognition of the high standards of medical and dental education in Wales.
I asked the following question to the Betsi Board at their AGM in 2013, 2014, & 2015: "According to the National Clinical Forum, the Medical Colleges, and the Postgraduate Dean, acute services cannot be delivered and sustained, nor doctors trained at three hospitals in North Wales.
These posts can allow candidates to take Royal College examinations, and/or to receive a certificate from the Royal College or Postgraduate Dean attesting to the type and quality of training completed.

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