Fastbleep's Clinical Teacher

Clinical Teacher - 

developing skilled clinical educators


Saturday, March 3, 2012 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The triple award-winning Clinical Teacher is back for 2012!

Day long clinical teaching skills masterclass

Book your place now - tickets extremely limited due to group sizes

Unique opportunity to develop teaching skills in a supportive environment.

"I was able to find out new ways of teaching, and to practise giving feedback."
Intercalating BMSc (Teaching in Medicine) Student, Dundee

Teaching is becoming an ever greater part of the role of healthcare professionals. Juniors are the first port of call for students on clinical attachments, and final year students are increasingly encouraged to teach younger students.

Yet many university curricula and foundation programmes provide little or no training on teaching. In response to this, Fastbleep have created an intensive masterclass where students will learn how to plan and deliver a teaching session on clinical skills, and receive detailed feedback.

Includes:

  • seminars on educational theory
  • information on careers in medical education
  • education research presentation
  • small group teaching sessions
  • detailed feedback
  • lunch and handouts

"I can now run engaging teaching sessions that are well-planned and based on theory."

4th Year Student, Leeds

"The learning theory I was taught at Clinical Teacher was important at my Academic Foundation Post interiew."

Academic FY1, Yorkshire Deanery

 

This is the fourth set of Clinical Teacher events run by Fastbleep - our first one in March 2011 was attended by students and doctors from all over the UK , and received overwhelmingly positive feedback. We have since won three awards.

 

"This was a great way to go over the intricacies of small group/clinical teaching in a day. Very good that everyone had an opportunity to practice and reinforce what they learnt."

4th Year Student, Edinburgh

"The careers seminar was inspirational, I can now better plan my career in medical education. I particularly valued individual feedback from peer-tutors - I am now confident in planning effective teaching in a clinical context."

FY2 Doctor, North West Deanery