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Title: Fitting Medical Education Into Training


1
Fitting Medical Education Into Training
  • James Shaw
  • Clinical Fellow in Medical Education
  • University of Dundee

2
Clinical Fellowship in Medical Education
  • 2 year post
  • SpRs/ GPRs in training
  • Gain experience of
  • Assessment
  • Curriculum Development
  • Teaching/ learning approaches
  • Curriculum Management
  • Academic Student Support
  • Research
  • Higher Qualification (funded)
  • Driven by a need for trained educators for the
    future

3
Other Similar Jobs
  • Clinical lecturer posts in specialty
  • Clinical Lecturer posts in medical education (3y)
  • Posts in post graduate education
  • ALS/ IMPACT instructor
  • Formal part-time posts in medical education
  • 6 months 2 days/ week
  • Often dont extend training
  • Make education your specialist interest in ST/SpR
    programme
  • Up to 2 regular sessions/ week

4
My Background
  • Longstanding interest in medical education
  • Peer Tutor
  • Junior ASME
  • Busy JHO/ SHO jobs
  • SpR
  • Regular MFE Y4 clinical teaching
  • Marked written exam for MFE
  • Small group work in Ageing week for Y3
  • Regular clinical skills session for Y2 GIM

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Why did I go for the job?
  • Interest in medical education
  • Aiming for a consultant post with significant
    medical education involvement
  • Suitable background in education
  • National Training Number
  • Count 1 year towards training
  • So what was stopping me
  • No out of hours
  • Delaying CCT (2 year post)
  • Peer consultant pressure/ Negative
    preconceptions

7
What Im supposed to do each day
  • 2 sessions clinical medicine
  • 2 sessions service teaching
  • 2 sessions teaching within specialty/ phase
  • 2 sessions admin/ curriculum development/
    assessment/ student support feedback/
    committees
  • 2 sessions research/ masters programme

8
What I actually do each day
  • 2 sessions clinical medicine
  • 5 months clinical medicine
  • 2 sessions service teaching
  • Y1-3 clinical skills
  • 1 session teaching within specialty/ phase
  • Bedside MFE teaching
  • Acute Care workshops
  • 4 sessions curriculum development/ admin/
    preparation
  • 1 session assessment/ student support feedback/
    Committees

9
  • Steep
  • Learning
  • Curve

10
Teaching Learning
  • Teaching Styles
  • Learning Styles
  • Large group teaching
  • Small group teaching methods
  • Skills teaching
  • PBL facilitation
  • Tutorials
  • Teaching in Simulation
  • E-learning
  • Mentoring

11
Curriculum Development
  • Year 1 Projects
  • Assessing leadership/ management in UG education
  • Transition block (new material developed
    existing material)
  • Developing existing acute care workshops (4th
    year)
  • Final Year Introductory week and workshops
  • Year 5 Ward Simulation Exercise feasibility study
    (WSE)
  • Year 2 Projects
  • Final year prescribing workshops
  • Quality assurance GMC visit (QABME)
  • Further work on WSE
  • Develop final year acute care programme

12
Assessment
  • OSCE
  • Examined
  • Created OSCE stations
  • Standard set
  • Site supervised
  • Written/ on-line exams
  • Created Extended Matching Item Questions
  • Standard Set
  • Invigilated
  • Portfolio
  • Oral examiner Y3
  • Marked Y4
  • Give feedback properly!

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  • Not
  • always
  • easy

14
What are the strengths of the job?
  • Working for the University
  • Less red tape than NHS
  • Flexibility in working life
  • Interesting and varied teaching experiences
  • Working with experienced educators likeminded
    people
  • Generic Skills
  • Retain Clinical Experience
  • Job satisfaction
  • Teaching sessions
  • Good feedback
  • Seeing your work embedded in curriculum

15
  • Hugely
  • Rewarding

16
What are the challenging bits?
X
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What are the challenging bits?
  • New kid on the block/ making coffee
  • Working for the University!
  • Justifying you existence/ quality assurance
  • Desk job
  • Working 9-5 in office environment
  • Organising self/ others
  • Aiming for reasonable goals
  • No banding!
  • Lack of understanding from NHS colleagues
  • Education beating

18
Opportunities in Medical Education
  • Medical Education
  • Dundee/ Edinburgh
  • Relatively expensive
  • Teaching styles vary!
  • Dundee (Total cost 4800)
  • Certificate (20 modules)
  • Diploma (20 modules)
  • Masters (Thesis)
  • Education (800)
  • General certificate in education
  • Engineers/ Social science
  • PGCertEd
  • MDs/ PhDs
  • Difficult without prior knowledge of educational
    theory

19
Research Opportunities
  • Endless opportunities
  • Ready study populations
  • University Ethics quick and easier than COREC
  • Need for evidence for teaching interventions
  • Sharing new and innovative ideas
  • Great advice from senior colleagues (many
    non-medical)
  • But
  • Often action research
  • Un-funded

20
Generic Skills
  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Time management skills
  • Presentation skills
  • Responsibility
  • Research

21
What can you do?
  • Contact education programme organiser/ convenor
  • Teaching different years
  • Different teaching styles
  • Assessment
  • Contact Medical School re. general programmes
  • Clinical Skills
  • Communication skills
  • Acute Care workshops
  • Shop around for certificate/ diploma/ masters
  • Courses in medical education eg 4 workshops
    series
  • No substitute for (and not as much fun as)
    experience

22
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