Appraisal skills are essential for the educational supervisor. Learn how to help colleagues review their progress and set aims for the future.
This module explores the role of the clinical or university health professions teacher in assessing the educational needs of learners
This module discusses how and introduces the most common tools used in the evaluation of teaching and learning.
This module looks at how you can enhance your performance as an interviewer, in order to make an effective contribution to an interview panel.
Simple step-by-step guidance for all those involved in the provision of career support.
It is essential that teachers are trained in diversity, equal opportunities and human rights.
Feedback is a vital part of education and training. This module offers some suggestions on how you can improve the feedback you give so that you are better able to help motivate and develop learners’ knowledge, skills and behaviours.
This module explores the role and potential for introducing a range of technologies in health professions education, set within the context of a framework of principles for good teaching practice.
In this module we will explore some theoretical perspectives on workplace learning and consider some practical suggestions on how to support learners in the clinical environment
This module will help you improve your large group teaching and presentation 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.
This module provides an introduction to the main research methods used in healthcare education. The module covers some aspects of research supervision and provides practical examples of how you can use the principles of educational research in your own teaching.
The focus of this module is on how health professions teachers can involve patients in teaching and learning situations while balancing the (often) competing needs of both patients and learners
The management of the trainee in difficulty poses a number of challenges for the educational supervisor. This module outlines some guiding principles.
Setting learning objectives in the clinical context links closely with the module Assessing educational needs
This module discusses how simulation can be used in health professions education to develop and improve practical and team resource management skills and introduces the most common uses of simulation in clinical education settings.
This module briefly considers how small group teaching can be planned and structured and some of the techniques teachers can use to facilitate group and individual learning, including strategies for addressing difficult situations in groups
The theoretical principles underlying the development of modern structured assessments of clinical competence including their practical design and implementation.
This e-learning module aims to help supervisors provide effective support to non-UK doctors.
The meaning of terms clinical and educational supervision are explored in this module along with what constitutes effective supervision.