Teaching workshops are aimed at the needs of both new and experienced GP teachers. Most workshops will be held at Engineers’ House, Clifton, Bristol.
We are now booking for the year 2 & 3 workshop. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a place, stating your dietary and other requirements. We will confirm your place by email. Looking forward to seeing lots of you there!
The workshop will include a small group session and there will be plenty of time for discussion and sharing teaching tips.
In the morning Consultant ENT Surgeon Angus Waddle from Swindon will talk about teaching ENT examination. We will explore how we can help our students to consolidate their ENT skills. After lunch the recently appointed lead for Junior Medicine and Surgery, Consultant Neurologist Alastair Wilkins will share his ideas for JMS and how he teaches neurology.This workshop is a great opportunity for picking up tips for teaching neurology and ENT examination. We will also explore how we teach our students to ‘put it all together’, how to make sense of the history and examination. Don’t miss it.
More information on workshops in the new year will be posted soon. Programmes will be emailed to all practices.
|Year 2 & 3 GP teachers||Engineers’ House||Wednesday 29 January 2014, all day|
|Year 4 GP teachers||Engineers’ House||Tuesday 18 March, all day|
|ST teaching workshop||Severn Deanery, Hambrook||Tuesday 3 June, 1.30-5.00pm|
|Summer Education Day||Engineers’ House||Tuesday 24 June, all day|
|Academies||Generic teaching workshops for undergraduate medical teachers. If you are teaching Bristol medical students you can attend these workshops for free. More info and how to book at http://www.bris.ac.uk/medical-education/tlhp/courses/fit2teach/|
Previous workshop reports are available for you to download.