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 will retire as consultant geriatrician in February 2005, but continues as associate postgraduate dean.
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.
Prof Namita Kumar, postgraduate dean at Health Education North East and consultant physician and rheumatologist at County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, added: "The North East and Cumbria has excellent training and excellent healthcare.
Professor Namita Kumar, postgraduate dean at Health Education North East and consultant physician and rheumatologist at County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, added: "The North East and Cumbria has excellent training and excellent healthcare.
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.
Their comments echo arguments from Cardiff University's postgraduate dean for medical education, Professor Derek Gallen, who said Wales was in a "downward spiral" when it came to the recruitment of new staff in hospitals and that by changing provision of certain services, medics would be more attracted to working here.
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.
Mr Obhrai has been a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at University Hospital of North Staffordshire for 18 years and will continue to work one day a week as associate postgraduate dean and foundation school director for West Midlands Workforce Deanery.
Conditions imposed on Dr Fry by the panel include him having his work supervised, having extra tuition by a Postgraduate Dean and notifying the GMC if he applies to work abroad.
Prof Steve Field, regional postgraduate dean for the West Midlands, has become Professor of Medical Education at the university.
Dr David Graham, the postgraduate dean responsible for junior doctors in Merseyside, will chair the steering group charged with setting up the scheme over the next 12 months.
The Betsi Board have known for over 3yrs: According to the National Clinical Forum, Medical Colleges and Postgraduate Dean, acute services cannot be delivered and sustained, nor doctors trained at three hospitals in North Wales.

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