How do you find out what your trainee needs to know, and how do you help them get there?
Setting learning objectives in the clinical context links closely with the module Assessing educational needs
Feedback is one of the most commonly used educational interventions and a vital part of education and training. This module explores the principles of feedback and how to give it effectively.
The meaning of terms clinical and educational supervision are explored in this module along with what constitutes effective supervision.
Simple step-by-step guidance for all those involved in the provision of career support.
The principles and practice of workplace-based assessment.
Running lunchtime meetings, involved in foundation or medical student teaching? This practical module will help you facilitate small groups more effectively.
The different ways by which learning takes place at work and what the clinical teacher can do to enhance the process.
It is essential that teachers are trained in diversity, equal opportunities and human rights.
This module provides an introduction to the main research methods used in healthcare education and how you can utilise the principles of educational research in your own teaching.
This module will help you improve your large group teaching and presentation skills.
Appraisal skills are essential for the educational supervisor. Learn how to help colleagues review their progress and set aims for the future.
Practical advice on how to teach a range of technical and non-technical skills.
When is interprofessional education appropriate and what makes it effective? This module describes how interprofessional interventions can be used to add value to education and training in the clinical setting.
It is a safe rule to have no teaching without a patient for a text, and the best teaching is that taught by the patient himself - This module addresses Sir William Osler's challenge to clinical teachers and discusses the ways in which the patients voice can be heard in medical education.
The management of the trainee in difficulty poses a number of challenges for the educational supervisor. This module outlines some guiding principles.
Simulation can be used in medical and health professions’ education to develop and improve practical and team resource management skills.
Quality assurance systems used in medical and health professions’ education function within an overall quality improvement agenda.
The theoretical principles underlying the development of modern structured assessments of clinical competence including their practical design and implementation.
E-learning provides huge opportunities for enhancing clinical teaching and facilitating communication.