Reports

The reports following the Faculty's Regional Workforce Engagement meetings can be found below:  

Wales

The first Regional Workforce Engagement meeting was held in Newtown on Friday 5th November 2015. Almost all of the Health Boards in Wales were represented along with Regional Advisors, Training Programme Directors and representatives from the Wales Deanery and Welsh Government being in attendance. 

The report can be downloaded below along with the presentations given during the meeting by Dr Matt Dallison and Dr Jack Parry-Jones on the current critical care workforce and facilities in Wales. 


West Midlands

The second Regional Workforce Engagement Meeting took place in Birmingham on Friday 20th May 2016. Several hospitals within the region were represented along with attendees from West Midlands Deanery, Training Programme Director and Trainee Representatives. The report can be downloaded below. 


Scotland

The third Regional Workforce Engagement Meeting took place in Stirling on Friday 9th September 2016. Almost all hospitals with a Critical Care service were represented along with attendees from NHS Education Scotland, the Scottish Intensive Care Society, the Scottish Critical Care Delivery Group, and the Specialty Advisory Board. The report can be downloaded below along with presentations given at the meeting by Dr Brian Cook (Chair of the Scottish Critical Care Delivery Group) and Dr Carol Murdoch (Lead Regional Advisor for Scotland) and an article written by Dr Brian Cook for the most recent issue of Critical Eye


Yorkshire and Humber

The fourth Regional Workforce Engagement Meeting took place in Leeds on Friday 4th November 2016. Several hospitals within the region were represented along with attendees from North East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, Sheffield and South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire, Leeds and Bradford regions, Training Programme Directors and Trainee Representatives. The report can be downloaded below. 

 

 

North West

The fifth Regional Workforce Engagment Meeting took place in Bolton on Friday 17th March 2017. The North West is a super LETB, covering training in both the North West and Mersey regions. Most hospitals within the region were represented along with attendees from Lancashire & South Cumbria, Greater Manchester and Cheshire & Mersey Critical Care Networks, Training Programme Directors and Regional Advisors for both the North West and Mersey regions also attended. The report can be downloaded below. 

 


East Midlands

The sixth Regional Workforce Engagement Meeting took place in Sutton-In-Ashfield on Friday 17th November 2017. Many hospitals from within the region were represented including attendees from Lincoln, Leicester, Chesterfield and Nottingham. The report can be downloaded below


South West Peninsula

The seventh Regional Workforce Engagement Meeting took place at Taunton Racecourse on 9th November 2018.  Seven hospitals from within the region were represented. The report can be downloaded below