WIMAT is the regional administration centre for JAG approved Endoscopy training courses in Wales. Most of our Endoscopy courses are JAG accredited and are advertised on the Jets website. The Welsh National Endoscopy Training Programme started in 2005 and WIMAT spearheaded its development alongside the appointed programme Clinical Lead Dr Neil Hawkes.
WIMAT now runs courses in 4 satellite centres across the country:
For more information on how to apply for a course please go to www.jets.nhs.uk
The role of palatability in the adherence of paediatric medications is important and there is extensive literature to support this.
The aim of this short survey is to assess the current awareness of...
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For more information on the Paediatric Simulation Programme please visit: the website below.
We are two F1s who graduated from Bristol Medical School in 2013 involved in an on-going project investigating whether current F1s feel that they graduated with the clinical skills deemed the minimum requirement...
Trainees can reserve a place on the course using the following link and the booking system.
The Wales Deanery's Medical Education Unit is offering the following one day courses on:
Assessing Trainees in Clinical Settings
The Wales Deanery is no longer signposting Skills for Trainees courses delivered by external providers. The courses provided internally will still be available. Please see details below;
The Welsh Institute of Minimal Access Therapy (WIMAT), based at The Wales Deanery, Cardiff University provides a wide range of postgraduate education and training for junior doctors through to consultants...
This 2 day training course uses MCQs, clinical cases and VIVAs to prepare higher surgical trainees for their exit exams. The emphasis is very much placed on simulating exam conditions in a formative environment.