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ICE West Midlands Graduates & Students Attributes 6 and 7 Surgery: Interpersonal Skills, Communication and Professional Commitment

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Date
19 July 2022
Time
11:00 - 12:00 BST (GMT+1)
Location
Online
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Overview

For those working towards professional qualification, whether on a training agreement, a mentor supported training, or submitting a career appraisal, you will all probably be aware of the importance of understanding the ICE attributes. Please join ICE West Midlands Graduates and Students Committee for an online discussion session on Attributes 6 and 7: Interpersonal Skills, Communication and Professional Commitment.

Cath Mansell, Membership Manager – Mid England, will provide an overview of the attribute before opening a Q&A session from participants.

Your input is required to make the session valuable. These sessions are designed to be interactive and so attendees are requested to come prepared with questions and examples for discussion.

In preparation for the surgery, please consider the requirements of Attribute 6 and 7 (outlined below) and any examples you can share and discuss with the group:

  • Communicate well with others at all levels including effective use of English*, orally and in writing
  • Discuss ideas and plans competently and with confidence
  • Communicate new concepts and ideas to technical and non-technical stakeholders
  • Demonstrate effective personal and social skills
  • Demonstrate awareness of diversity and inclusion
  • Proactively manage diversity and inclusion
  • Understand and comply with the ICE Code of Conduct
  • Understand the ethical issues that may arise in their role and carry out their responsibilities in an ethical manner
  • Plan, carry out and record Continuing Professional Development (CPD) necessary to maintain and enhance competence in their own area of practice
  • Identify the limits of their personal knowledge and skills
  • Exercise sound holistic independent judgement and accept responsibility
  • Engage with ICE activities

If you have any specific questions or areas where you need extra guidance, you can submit these prior to the event by emailing: [email protected] so the event can be tailored accordingly.

Please register to attend and a Teams meeting link will be issued prior to the date of the event.

Registration for this event is limited, once capacity is reached, please email ICE West Midlands to join the waiting list, quoting the event name and date.

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For more information please contact:

Daniel Stanyard