Frequently Asked Questions
- I am a trainee in the Yorkshire and Humberside region, how can I apply for the course?
- How can I apply for the course (if I am outside the region of Yorkshire & Humberside deanery)?
- Who is the course suited for?
- What are the registration fees?
I am a trainee in the Yorkshire and Humberside region, how can I apply for the course?
For all trainees in the Yorkshire and Humber region, please contact Susan McGrath at the below address for more information:
School of Emergency Medicine
Clinical Practice Centre
Ashley Wing, St James's University Hospital
Beckett Street Leeds
Tel: 0113 2064825
How can i apply for the course (if I am outside of the region of Yorkshire & Humberside deanery)?
If you are interested in applying for the Perineal Repair Course, please contact Robert Rumsey, Postgraduate Secretary, or alternatively please call 0114 2268180 for availability details (places are limited).
Who is the course suited for?
This course is suitable for trainees (ST2's and above), Consultants, Midwives and Colorectal Surgeons. There will be episiotomy training for the Midwives and they will be given the opportunity to repair a 3rd and 4th degree tear.
What are the registration fees?
Registration Fees: includes participation in the programme, Certificate of Attendance and refreshments.
- Consultants & Trainees £250
- Qualified Midwives £200