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28 April 2014, RCPCH London
The RCPCH invites you to meet the UK’s leading speakers in child health inequalities and get practical advice on improving services for adolescents and vulnerable children. This one day workshop will provide you with valuable insights into child health inequalities in the UK and demonstrate what you should be doing to tackle these. Join leading national children’s charity NSPCC in a workshop to assess how the voluntary sector can help address child health inequalities and hear from key note speaker, George Hosking, CEO and founder of the WAVE trust.
(PDF flyer attached)
As part of our strategy to keep trainees and assessors informed about our 1 year pilot of Workplace Based Assessments we have released a briefing note (Briefing note 4) on the website. Click here or download below. All further briefing notes will be published on the Assessment and Examinations page.
The new pilot workplace based assessments LEADER, HAT and ACAT are now available in the Pilot list of assessments. DOC (replacing SAIL) is now also available on ASSET.
Please do not complete paper versions of the assessments.
If you would like to learn more about the changes to workplace based assessments you can watch our webinar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSDq2WGNrTY or visit www.rcpch.ac.uk/assess-exams
The ASSET Team
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