Courses / Events


Courses / Events

Below is a list of courses / events coming up in the School of Acute Specialties 

ACCS Regional Teaching Dates 2016-17 - Full list of dates, topics and curriculum items covered



14th Sept 2016


8th Nov 2016


6th Dec 2016


17th Jan 2017


28th Feb 2017


25th April 2017


6th June 2017


18th July 2017

North Tees


ACCS Simulation Training

  • 22nd September – Bishop Auckland
  • 12th October – North Tees
  • 17TH October – Northumbria
  • 29th November – James Cook
  • 1st March 2017 – North Tees
  • 30th March 2017 – James Cook

    Places are limited to 6 participants per session and allocated on a first come first serve basis.

    There are two further courses to be announced in due course for 2017.

    The number of places matches the number of trainees therefore if courses run without full complement at the beginning of the year you may not be able to secure a place if left till late in the academic year.  

    To book a place, complete the application form and send to: Dr Kate Williamson

    Comprehensive details of Simulation Training in the region are available on the North East Simulation Network website

    Remember, Study Leave must be booked prospectively. Full details of the study leave policy / procedure are in the Policies section of this site

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