MKUH Surgical Junior Doctors Teaching Programme

Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Trust

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This Surgical Junior Doctors Teaching Programme is designed over the course of 6 months to equip junior doctors on the surgical firm with the necessary knowledge to assess and manage the acutely unwell surgical patient. These sessions will be predominantly delivered on a fortnightly basis through the aid of small group interactive sessions and tutorials throughout the surgical rotation

  • To equip junior doctors on the surgical firm with the necessary knowledge to assess and manage the acute surgical patient.
  • To be able to understand the initial management and assessment of the trauma patient in accordance to the ATLS principles and guidelines.
  • To understand the underlying pathophysiology of surgical disorders
  • To be able to understand the indications for assessment, performing investigations and surgical/radiological intervention of patients presenting in the acute setting.
  • Continuous improvement of professional and clinical skills/acumen.
  • To equip junior doctors with the necessary practical skills required to of a surgical FY1.

  • Involve registrars with formal post-graduate teaching on a regular basis.
  • Impart surgical knowledge and experience to the junior doctors for the benefit of the whole firm.
  • Refine and enhance teaching experience to different groups of trainees at varying stages of training.
  • Teaching certificate to be provided upon successful completion of teaching session.
  • Formal collated feedback from delegates for your portfolio.
  • Teaching slides will be provided.
  • Excellent revision for the FRCS exam!

Teaching Coordinator

Miss Yan Mei Goh, MBChB, MRCS, PG Dip Clin Ed
Speciality Registrar in General Surgery
Milton Keynes University Hospital, Oxford Deanery


Supervising Consultants
Mr Achal Khanna BMBS, BMedSci (Nott), MPhil, FRCS Eng (Gen)
Consultant General and Laparoscopic Surgeon
Milton Keynes University Hospital

Miss Rachel Soulsby, MBBS, FRCS (Gen)
Consultant Breast Surgeon
Milton Keynes University Hospital

Date Teaching session Tutor
20th January 2017
1430 - 1530
Intestinal obstruction YM Goh
8th February 2017
1000 - 1100
Audit A Khanna
17th February 2017
1430 - 1530
Acute abdomen and Sepsis Management YM Goh
1st March 2017
1100-1200
Breast Disease R Soulsby
17th March 2017
1430 - 1530
Hepatobiliary disease S Sood
22nd March 2017
1100 - 1200
Vascular Surgery D Phillips
This Teaching is cancelled:
31st March 2017
1430 - 1530
Critical Care R Catteree
12th April 2017
1030- 1130
Urological Emergencies A Omer
20th April 2017
1230 - 1330
Interpretation of X-Rays D Kearns
26th April 2017
1100 - 1200
Urological Emergencies Part 2 A Omer
5th May 2017
1430 - 1530
IV fluid management & Interpretation of blood gas A Qureshi
17th May 2017
1100 - 1200
TBC TBC
1nd June 2017
1400 - 1600
Key skills for Surgeons: Practical session P Vitish-Sharma
16th June 2017
1430 - 1530
Principles of ATLS management L Ponchietti
30th June 2017
1430 - 1530
Vascular Emergencies A Saad
14th July 2017
1430 - 1530
Colorectal Emergencies J Merchant
28th July 2017
1430 - 1530
Assessment YM Goh
11th Aug 2017
1430 - 1530
IV fluid management & Monitoring and interpretation of blood gas TBC
25th Aug 2017
1430 - 1530
Sepsis management TBC
8th Sept 2017
1430 - 1530
Acute abdomen L Ponchietti
6th Oct 2017
1430 - 1530
Interpretation of X-Rays TBC
20th Oct 2017
1430 - 1530
Urological Emergencies TBC
17th Nov 2017
1430 - 1530
Hepatobiliary Disease TBC
1st Dec 2017
1430 - 1530
Key skills for Surgeons: Practical session TBC
15th Dec 2017
1430 - 1530
Colorectal Emergencies TBC
TBA Vascular Emergencies TBC
TBA Breast disease TBC
TBA Principles of ATLS management TBC
TBA Assessment

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