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 firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
MB21 Hot dinner and Year 4 Focus group
An opportunity to help shape Year 4 GP teaching in MB21
Organisers: Barbara Laue and Lucy Jenkins
Dinner from 6.30pm prompt 7pm start, close 9.15pm
MB21 will begin this autumn with Year 1. The new Year 4 will come on stream in 2020 and will have two longitudinal GP clerkships. Students will spend one day a week in Primary Care and community settings throughout Year 4.
Now is the time to flesh out the new Year 4 GP teaching. We in Primary Care are keen to hear your views and ideas and would like to invite you to our Year 4 Focus Group and a hot dinner. This is a chance for you to use your experience and expertise to shape future Year 4 GP teaching
MB21 Year 1 and Year 5 Roadshow
Engineers’ House, Clifton, Bristol on Tuesday 25th April 6.30-9.15pm
We would like to invite you to Dinner and to take part in a discussion about teaching opportunities in MB21, the new curriculum at Bristol Medical School.
The first years to come on board in the new curriculum will be Year 1 (from October 2017) and Year 5 (from January 2018). If you are a current (or previous) Year 1 or Year 5 teacher this is a good opportunity to update on planned changes, such as the expansion of Year 5 teaching from 2 to 4 weeks and a more apprentice-style clerkship. But even if you don't currently teach or teach other years, then this is a good opportunity to discover how you can be involved, and to give your feedback on the plans. Please remember that Year 1 and Year 2 teaching does not take place in all Academies.
Workshop for New GP Teachers 24th May 2017
Canynge Hall, Clifton, Bristol, 1.30-5pm
Now is an exciting time to get involved in student teaching. Bristol Medical School has developed a brand new curriculum — MB21 — which will start this autumn. General Practice based teaching will treble and we are looking for more enthusiastic GPs to help with our programme.
If you have not taught medical students before or have done very little teaching, this workshop is for you. We will provide you with an overview of the existing and new curriculum and information how you can join our community of GP Teachers.
There will be hands on practice of teaching skills including giving feedback.
To book please email email@example.com. Please state your dietary or any other requirements.
You can find all previous workshop reports here
Got the teaching bug? Want to learn more about medical education? Take a look at the TLHP website (Teaching and Learning for Health Professionals).
TLHP also offers an ‘Essentials’ course which leads to associate membership of the HEA.
Want to become a GP Trainer? You can find more information here: http://primarycare.severndeanery.nhs.uk/training/faculty/training-practices/