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We offer a wide range of medically related resources and programmes that will further develop your knowledge, deepen your understanding and enhance your skills.
Our programmes are highly vocational with a focus on enhancing the careers and knowledge base of existing healthcare professionals and others in related fields.
They aim to provide our professional learners with enhanced academic skills and an understanding of the evidence base that can inform working practices.
We can also offer more intensive short courses and standalone modules which allow you to gain additional knowledge and academic skills to apply in your workplace or further your career.
How to guides
Our 'How to' series provides accessible information on a wide range of topical issues in Medical Education.
Produced by the Academic Section of Medical Education, the guides are aimed at busy clinicians and provide a comprehensive overview of a range of educational topics in a readily accessible format.
|Assess Trainees in the Clinical Workplace Using the Mini-CEX||Lynne Allery|
|Consider the Role of Appraisal and Feedback in GP Education||Joe Campbell and Steffi Williams|
|Evaluate Work-Based Learning||Kim Carter, Jill Edwards, Imam Mohammed, Irnei Myemba, John Rees, Martin Sullivan (with Lesley Pugsley)|
|Be an Effective Trainer in the Appraisal Process||Howard Long|
|Be an Active Appraiser||Trevor Austin|
|Plan Trainees' Learning as an Educational Supervisor||Stephen Brigley|
|Give Feedback in an Educational Setting||Peter Donnelly and Paul Kirk|
|Get More from Evaluation Forms Through Delayed Feedback||Jake Smith, Elaine Russ and Dr Mark Stacey|
|Use Novel Techniques to Evaluate Your Teaching||James Hotham, Doaa Farag, Min-Ping Huang, Raja Adnan Ahmed, Alexandra Rinnert|
|How To Conduct a Delphi Study||Supachai Chuenjitwongsa|
|How To Analyse Qualitative Data||Susan Jamieson|
|How To Develop a Q Methodology Study||Simon Watts|
|Critically Review a Paper||Glyn Elwyn|
|Plan an Education Research Project||Lesley Pugsley|
|Critically Review Official Statistics||Lesley Pugsley|
|Literature Search||Nia Morris|
|Get the Most from Qualitative Research||Lesley Pugsley|
|Write for Publication in Medical Education||Lesley Pugsley|
|How to Use the Critical Incident Technique in Medical Education Research||Michal Tombs|
|Understand Research Philosophies and Paradigms in Medical Education||Michal Tombs and Lesley Pugsley|
|How to Encourage Student and Trainees to Get Started in Medical Education||Ashley Newton|
|Meet the Educational Needs of Refugee Doctors||Majid Jalil and Stephen Brigley|
|Get to Grips with Educational Theory||Lesley Pugsley|
|Identify Learning Needs||Harish Thampy|
|Study Effectively||Lesley Pugsley|
|Use Mobile Devices in Medical Education||Mark Stacey, Paul Kirk and Peter Donnelly|
|Understand Portfolio-based Learning||John Pitts|
|Overcome barriers to effective work-based learning||Zareena Jedaar, Ceri Marrin - with Lesley Pugsley|
|Make the most of Learning Moments and Hot Reviews||Simon Smail, Tom Hayes and Lesley Pugsley|
|Collaborate Online as a Small Group||Sarah Al-Amodi, Suzanna Mathew, Judith Fox, Ramsey Sabit and Anna Patricolo|
|Get the Most from Electronic Learning (for trainees)||Peter Donnelly and Joel Benson|
|How To Use Coping Strategies and Become More Resilient||Dr Katie Webb, Elaine Russ and Dr Mark Stacey|
|How To Minimise Mistakes||Dr Ifan Lewis and Dr Mark Stacey|
|How To Use the PDSA Model for Effective Change Management||Peter Donnelly and Paul Kirk|
|How To Understand your Leadership Style||Peter Donnelly and Daniel Rigler|
|How to Be a Revalidation Ready Appraiser||Katie Laugharne|
|How to Develop a Learning Organisation||Jayne Noble|
|How to Manage Change||Howard Young|
|How to Support Trainee Doctors in Career Development||Sally Blake|
|How to Support a Trainee with a Disability||H Payne|
|How to recognise and support a trainee with performance issues||L Walsh, S Davies|
|How To Get your Achievements as an SAS Doctor Recognised||Sandeep Kamath|
|How To Become an Educational Supervisor as an SAS Doctor||Frauke Pelz|
|How to Get Started with Postgraduate Medical Research||James Ansell, Andrew J Beamish, Neil Warren, Peter Donnelly and Jared Torkington|
|How to Make Sense of Medical Careers Pathways||Melanie Jones|
|How to Apply the Bookmark Standard Setting Method to a Machine Marked Test||Phil Matthews|
|How to Undertake the Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP)||Leona Walsh and Mary Beech|
|How to Avoid an Employment Tribunal||Howard Young|
|Apply for Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR)||Parin Shah and Raj Nirula|
|Revalidate as an SAS Doctor||Julie Jones|
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