Workshops

Teaching workshops are aimed at the needs of both new and experienced GP teachers. We cover topics from the undergraduate curriculum, practice teaching competencies and invite speakers to talk about their specialism and how they teach it. Our aim is to create, support and develop a community of skilled and enthusiastic GP teachers.

If you want to teach, email phc-teaching@bristol.ac.uk for information.

Bristol Workshops

Summer Education Day

Tuesday 5th June 2018, Engineers' House, Clifton, Bristol

8.30 registration, 9.00 prompt start, 16.45 finish

This workshop is for GP Teachers of all years

Conversations and Connections

A deeper look at GP consultations through the lens of conversation analysis, introduction to CogConnect, the new Bristol consultation model, Prizes for teaching practices, safer ‘safety netting’, Teaching opportunities in MB21 and more.

Come and enjoy the company of fellow teachers, be inspired and go home with evidence based ‘safety netting’ tips. Don’t miss it! 

To book your place, please email phc-teaching@bristol.ac.uk

 

New Teachers' Workshop - Tuesday 12th June 2018 - half day in Canynge Hall

This free workshop is aimed at GPs who would like to get involved in teaching medical students. If you are new to student teaching or haven’t taught for a while, this workshop, relevant to teaching all Year Groups, is for you.
Facilitators: Simon Thornton, Lizzie Grove and Lisa Revell.
Coffee 8.30-9.00 prompt 9am start. Lunch will be provided 13:00

To book on the above workshop, please email phc-teaching@bristol.ac.uk, stating if you have any special dietary requirements.

 

Year specific GP Teacher workshops for 2018-19 will be run at the Engineers’ Hse, Bristol in the autumn. Dates to be confirmed

You can find all previous workshop reports here: 

www.bristol.ac.uk/primaryhealthcare/teachingtutors/workshops/workshopreports/

 

Academy based GP Teacher workshops

5th September – Somerset GP Tutor workshop, 9-13.00, Taunton Academy

 

 

 

ST teachers workshop, Deanery House, 2015
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