REMINDER – RCoA e-PORTFOLIO WILL BE DECOMMISSIONED AT THE END OF AUGUST 2019

***This is a reminder for all past and present e-Portfolio users***

The last batch of anaesthetists in training will move over to the Lifelong Learning platform this August 2019. We advise all anaesthetists in training to download their e-Portfolio onto a few different devices, as the Training e-Portfolio will be decommissioned at the end of August 2019. If you have used the e-portfolio as a previous anaesthetist in training, please also ensure you download an offline version of your e-Portfolio record from the ‘view portfolio’ section. The College will not hold a copy of the e-Portfolio and will be unable to retrieve entries after the above date. You can find a step by step guide on how to download your portfolio via this link <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kg7Ai7rKrmA&t=29s>

Kind regards,

Lifelong Learning team

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The Association of Palliative Care Juniors Conference 2019 – Programme Update

Inequalities in End of Life Care.

We previously informed you of the 2019 National APMJ conference. We have some updated information about the conference which is attached to this post.

Ticket sales are now open.

https://onlinesales.admin.cam.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/public-health-primary-care/association-for-palliative-medicine/association-for-palliative-medicine-juniors-conference-2

Dr. Charlotte Lee, APM Juniors’ Conference Co-Ordinator 2019

The Association of Palliative Care Juniors Conference – 16 Nov 2019 – Cambs

The APM Juniors consists of pre-speciality doctors and medical students who have an interest in palliative medicine. We hold an annual conference in November which includes talks and workshops by speakers at the forefront of the speciality and delegate presentations. The conference has received excellent feedback in previous years and provides an opportunity for pre-speciality doctors and medical students to learn more about the speciality.

The conference this year is being held in Cambridge on Saturday 16th November 2019. We have an exciting range of speakers and workshops this year with our theme “Inequalities in End of Life Care”.

Please see our attached poster and follow us on our Facebook and Twitter pages on @APMJConf19 for more information.

Ticket sales are now open and close on the 4th November 2019https://onlinesales.admin.cam.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/public-health-primary-care/association-for-palliative-medicine/association-for-palliative-medicine-juniors-conference-2019

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