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Congratulations to our recent Graduates!!

Congratulations to the Nottingham Medical Education scholars graduating this summer   After a difficult few years we were able to celebrate IN PERSON this summer and Dr Rakesh Patel attended on behalf of the faculty to wish our graduates well.    It has been a difficult few years for the scholars on our course, as …

Spotlight on Scholars – Dr Shibley Rahman

This is one of our “Spotlight on Scholars” blog posts: introducing current members of our student body and discussing what they are learning about #MedEd and the Nottingham Course. In National Carers week, we introduce Dr Shibley Rahman – https://www.carersweek.org/ I enrolled onto the PGCert in medical education at Nottingham, with a view to doing the …

Spotlight on “Teaching Clinical Reasoning”

  Dr Nicola Cooper discusses teaching clinical reasoning on the MedEd Masters at Nottingham Our postgraduate diploma in medical education has a number of optional modules including technology-enhanced learning; underperformance and performance enhancement; coaching, mentoring and supervision; applying psychometrics in assessment; and teaching clinical reasoning. Teaching clinical reasoning is a hot topic among medical educators …

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Introducing the Coaching, Mentoring and Supervision module @UoNMedEd

Dr Rebecca McConnell reflects upon the face-to-face module teaching sessions we’ve held on UoN Jubilee Campus recently Teaching on the Masters in MedEd part-time, I am module convener for only one module, which usually has all of it’s teaching days in March, April and May. So I have been busy and *on campus* over the …

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MedEd Scholar carries out research around medical misinformation on social media – apply on Twitter!

  Can you help with one of our scholar’s research project on medical misinformation on social media?   As a novel virus, Covid-19 has caused a lot of uncertainty for both laypeople and medical professionals. As evidence began to emerge, doctors and other medical professionals have attempted to engage with the public on social media …

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Research and Publications from the UoN MedEd team

The faculty on the Medical Education course aim to support our Masters scholars to learn how to do and publish research. See below for an idea of the variety of research that our team support. Over the last few years, the curriculum of our Masters in Medical Education at Nottingham has been updated and renewed …

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Congratulations to our MedEd Scholars graduating this December 2021

Congratulations to all our graduating scholars – from the MedEd Faculty at Nottingham   It has been another difficult year for our Scholars, most of whom are also working as health care professionals in the NHS. With “lockdown” through most of the first part of the year, we have been carrying out a lot of …

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Teaching in the clinical workplace

Dr Cooper reflects on her experiences of teaching in acute medicine. The word doctor has its origins in the Latin verb ‘docēre’ which means ‘to teach’ – from the Middle Ages when universities awarded the first doctorates. Nowadays, the title is used by qualified medical professionals as well – which is apt, because teaching is …

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Teaching clinical examination skills online: Will COVID change long term practice?

Dr Jay is an alumni of the Nottingham MedEd course and writes below about the the changes Covid brought to the clinical skills team at UoN   The Covid pandemic has caused considerable disruption to education across the globe and the education of healthcare professionals has been particularly affected, as so much learning occurs in …

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CONGRATULATIONS to those #MedEd Scholars Graduating in Summer 2021

We’re so proud to celebrate the Graduation of the Medical Education PGCert, PGDip and MMedSci Scholars today at the University of Nottingham. We’re especially proud of their achievements in this Covid-19 pandemic year, as most also work clinically. We’re sorry not to have seen them all in person, but we have been getting to know …

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