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CDDFT Med Ed Jun 8
Sorry to miss but reflecting about our teaching fellow support. We have developed a teaching fellow portfolio with a medical educator 360 feedback, structured peer feedback on teaching and examiner performance and educational supervisor forms specific to the role.
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George Jun 8
Replying to @cluesinmyname
Great discussion about principles of biomedical ethics of using simulated patients; particular fan of involving minority group actors (learning disabilities, transgender and English as foreign language) in roles not specific to their group.
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Neil Dardis Jun 8
... and thanks to Jason Dillon for organising a great lunch today for ... although he wasn’t too impressed when I asked him where he bought it from 😂😂😂
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Julie Browne Jun 8
Loving the Twitter wall at
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UK Clinical Teaching Fellows Forum Jun 8
Round 2 of delegate workshop presentations include "Retrospective Pre-Post self-Assessments", "Redesigning a faculty-lead introductory day" and "Quality of Teaching Fellow Programme" I'm sure you're going to enjoy them as much as us!
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UK Clinical Teaching Fellows Forum Jun 8
Time for the keynote!! The amazing Professor Di Napoli is about to hit the stage! I'm sure we will all learn something from his talk "Teaching with active learning in mind"!
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Dr Lewis Jun 8
Prof Di Napoli talking about some of his inspirations! How many of these famous educators can you name?!
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Rodney V. Smith Jul 4
CaribbeanTales International Film Festival media launch event with Idris Elba’s directorial debut YARDIE
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Helen Jackson Jun 8
Part of me is always bemused when NHS-sector conferences offer junk instead of e.g. fruit. But a bigger party of me is currently eating lollipops and not listening.
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Athul Domichen Jul 18
My new article for HOLR. Do read.
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Helen Jackson Jun 8
Lots of practical advice from Dr Paula Hunt here in "Finding your way in Medical Education", plus some good storytelling
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Louise Noel-Ambrose Jul 4
On behalf of Frances-Anne Solomon we thank you all who supported the 14th annual media launch in Toronto today.
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DESPiH Jun 8
"Working with patients and simulated patients helps rebalance perspective" as learners also involved with teaching, this really rings true for us.
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George Jun 8
Interesting talk about use of retrospective pre-teaching surveys to truly capture improvements whilst talking into account increased self-awareness of skills by Definitely something I’ll be using in the future
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George Jun 8
Great last talk of the day at by Professor Di Napoli. Simple but powerful concepts that I can’t wait to try and implement into my practice. Thanks to , and for organising!
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Jacky Hayden Jun 8
great posters on display today. How about submitting to .
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Medical Educators Jun 8
Di Napoli argues that although we use many active learning methods in we sometimes overlook the theory that informs them.
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Dr Lewis Jun 8
Replying to @DrLewis91
Can't wait to build on the momentum of today and see what we can achieve!
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Dr Jamie Fisher Jun 8
Thank you so much for coming and being so supportive of us. Your speech opened the day on the perfect note showcasing us as a trust with education and innovation at its heart. We were both so proud to represent Frimley health on the national stage
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TASME May 18
Looking forward to the Clinical teaching fellows conference on the 8th of June at Frimley Park. Book your tickets now!
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