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Trainees Online (TrOn) has three Trainee
Editors in post, who are working with module authors, expert
reviewers and our Content Editors to ensure that the materials we
create are tailored to the needs of
pre-membership psychiatry trainees. All three are Higher
Specialist Trainees who have recent knowledge of the MRCPsych and
are dedicated to supporting other trainees who are preparing for
the College membership examinations. They provide a trainee
voice at every stage of the work, with hands-on roles to guide and
realise the process of module production.
Want to meet the TrOn
staff team as well?
Genevieve Holt is a Dual Trainee in General
Adult and Old Age Psychiatry, currently working with the Liaison
Psychiatry service at Northwick Park Hospital in Central and North
West London NHS Foundation Trust. Through a desire to improve
patient outcomes and experience she has cultivated an interest in
medical education and also supports the Trust-wide Quality
Improvement Programme at East London NHS Foundation Trust, where
she is a quality improvement coach. She has been working with TrOn
since 2013 and enjoys being part of a project to improve psychiatry
learning resources for trainees across the country.
Clare Fenton is a Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry Trainee working with Tees Esk and Wear Valleys Trust.
She first became interested in medical education when asked to host
a debate on how to improve recruitment to psychiatry. Since then
her aim has been to improve the quality of education given to
budding psychiatrists at all levels. She is due to publish a text
book on psychiatry aimed at final year medical students later in
2015. She joined the TrOn team in August 2015 after completing a
module on Leadership earlier in the year, while on maternity leave.
When not writing books or modules she is chasing her 3 slightly
feral children around and acting as a taxi service for them!
is a General Adult Psychiatry Trainee. Having completed her core
training in the North West she is now enjoying her higher training
in the Severn Deanery. She believes that high quality training
of healthcare professionals can have a significant positive impact
on patient care and workforce morale and this drives her passion
for medical education. She has a particular interest in
simulation and multimedia learning and has completed a certificate
in medical education. She is currently researching the use of
simulation in training mental health professionals as part of an
educational fellowship. She joined the TrOn team in August