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The Impact of Sleep Deprivation at Work

We understand the challenges that supporting our patients 24 hours a day, 365 days a year has on our workforce, who are required to work varying shift patterns to provide this care. We are working hard to review rotas, and rest and facilities available to you, to...

SASH Represented at the ASME Annual Scientific Meeting

We are delighted that our simulation clinical fellow Dr Aoife Lillis, undergraduate education fellow Dr Max Bacon and a St Georges BSc student Megan Kerr were invited to present posters at the ASME (Association of the study of Academic Medicine) Annual Scientific...

LapPass Assessment Evening

On the 26th of June Mr Andrew Day, SASH Colorectal Surgeon and ALSGBI representative, led our first LapPass (Laparoscopic Passport) Assessment Evening for CST’s and ST3-4’s Doctor’s in Training. The evening was a resounding success with doctors participating in...

Quality Improvement Poster Prize Event

The PGME Team is excited to announce a Quality Improvement Poster Prize Event to be held on the 11th of June in the Atrium at 13.45. All Trust staff are invited to submit a poster with a chance to win prizes (1st £100, 2nd £75, 3rd £50, 4th £25) and submissions will...

Evening Skills Lab: Ultrasound

Our Acute Medicine Consultant, Dr Martin Dachsel, led our first Ultrasound skills lab on Thursday of last week – teaching our F1s, F2s, CMTs and Trust Doctors more about the theory and practical application of ultrasound. Our doctors put the theory into practice by...

RCP Visit to SASH 19th March

The PGME Team were delighted to welcome the RCP President Prof Andrew Goddard  and his RCP colleagues to the Trust. They spent time hearing the welfare provisions that the PGME team have implemented, the strong development of our PA programme and the overall education...

Return of Penny our Welfare Dog

Following a small hiatus, due to staffing levels, we are delighted to be welcoming back Penny our welfare dog to our PGME department. Penny will be a new addition to many of our doctors in training and a delightful return, to those who have been with us since last...

Evening Skills Lab: Ascites Drain Insertion

Gastroenterologist Dr Rahman kicked off our medicine skills lab season teaching medical students, F1s, F2s, GPST doctors in training and Trust Doctors with the anatomy, diagnostics and reasoning behind ascites drain insertion. All attendees then got to practice their...

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Education Campus Reception

SASH Education Campus
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust Trust Headquarters
East Surrey Hospital
Redhill
Surrey
RH1 5RH

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