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Looking back - my first year as JCST Chair

created March 09, 2016 11:55 AM
 Mr Bill Allum, JCST Chair 2015 began with chairing my first JCST meeting. I knew what to expect, having been a member of the committee for 5 years. Chairing a 30 strong committee for over 5 ...
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Quality Assurance - A lot done, a lot more to do...

created September 21, 2015 02:54 PM
 Mr Joe O'Beirne, JCST QA Lead Where I’m coming from… A few months ago, I took up the role of QA Lead for the JCST. Coming from the Irish system, I start with a different perspective ...
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The Joint Committee on Surgical Training - why have a trainee there?

created May 14, 2015 01:39 PM
The Joint Committee on Surgical Training is the intercollegiate meeting of representatives of training bodies of all surgical specialties. They develop the website which we all use for recording our ...
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The Specialty Advisory Commitees and Surgical Training: a Trainee's Perspective

created February 02, 2015 05:43 PM
It is late on a Friday night and I am returning home on the train from an Association of Surgeons in Training (ASiT) council meeting in London. One of the items on tonight’s agenda was a debate ...
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Selection into Surgical Training

created December 12, 2014 04:20 PM
Many changes have taken place in surgical training since 2007; those in selection have perhaps been the most far reaching. Thought, hard work and organisation have resulted in structured, fair and ...
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