The Clinical Education free standing modules are designed for healthcare professionals within the College, to help inform and develop their pedagogic practices in clinical settings and also look at the emerging technologies that are changing the ways in which clinicians are educated.
Details of the available sessions can be found below:
Semester 2: January - July
This module enables participants to gain a comprehensive understanding of the process of teaching observation from the perspective of the observer and the observed as a tool for the professional development of clinical teachers. It is a core module in the Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Education, and is offered as a freestanding module for professional development or as a part of other programmes.
By the end of the module participants are expected to be able to:
critically evaluate possible models of teaching observation;
compare benefits of inter- and intra-disciplinary teaching observation;
compare the perspectives of the observer and the observed;
consider various theoretical lenses for the guidance of teaching observation;
reflect upon the relationship between teaching and learning.
Participants attend two seminars held on:
Wednesday 17th April 2013, 14:00-17:00
Wednesday 12th June 2013, 14:00-17:00
For more information or to register for this module, please contact Sean Taylor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Introduction to clinical pedagogy
Tuesday 11th June, 13.00-16.00hrs, Strand Campus
Details of this seminar will be forthcoming.
Dr Michele Westhead (KLI)
Preparing to Teach in Clinical Settings
10th and 11th July 2013, 09.00-17.00hrs, Guy's Campus
This two-day course is suitable for academic staff and clinical colleagues. It covers the essentials of theoretical understanding and practical skills required for all those supporting the learning of students on the MBBS programme, although it is equally as usefully for teaching of all healthcare students’ in clinical settings.
Topics covered during the two days include:
Medical and Clinical Educational Theory and Practice
Small Group Teaching
Chairside and Bedside Teaching
Patients as Teachers
Assessing and Providing Feedback in a Clinical Setting
During 2012-13 the course is scheduled on:
Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 July 2013
To apply please complete the application form (pdf, 80kb) and return Naheeda Niazi.
For more information regarding the course, please contact Dr Michele Westhead at email@example.com or telephone 020 7848 3853.
To register a place for these and other sessions please use the CPD Registration form.
For more details of these and any other seminars or workshops please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Academy of Medical Educators (AoME) www.medicaleducators.org
Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) www.amee.org
Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME) www.asme.org.uk
Association for Dental Education in Europe (ADEE) www.adee.org
Clinical Skills Forum www.clinicalskillsforum.org
Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine www.fpm-uk.org
General Medical Council (GMC) www.gmc-uk.org
The Higher Education Academy www.heacademy.ac.uk
The Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine (MEDEV) www.medev.ac.uk
Medical Education England www.mee.nhs.uk
Medical Schools Council www.medschools.ac.uk
Medical Journals Links www.medical-journals-links.com
National Association of Clinical Tutors (NACT) www.nact.org.uk
National Association of Primary Care Educators www.napce.net
Scottish Clinical Skills Network (SCSN) www.scsn.scot.nhs.uk
Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) www.srhe.ac.uk
UK Conference of Postgraduate Education Advisors in General Practice www.ukcea.net
The UK Foundation Programme Office www.foundationprogramme.nhs.uk