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This course will appeal to anyone wishing to enhance their educational practice, skills, and knowledge.
Participants will explore issues fundamental to effective health professions education in a dynamic, stimulating and supportive setting. You will gain expertise in effective medical education in the context of your own practice. You will also develop a scholarly approach through evaluating established practice and educational initiatives, extending your ability to contribute to medical education as a discipline.
The course has a modular design which is ideally suited to busy health professionals, and uses a variety of teaching approaches, leading to the award of a certificate, diploma or master's in Medical Education.
The FAIMER-Keele master's degree in health professions education offers health professions educators the opportunity to receive advanced training in all aspects of health professions education. Educators in medicine, nursing, dentistry, and other health professions, can acquire the knowledge and skills to advance health professions education at their institutions to the highest
There is a need for greater professionalism and accountability as clinical teachers, and this course is designed to meet this need by providing a sound theoretical and practical basis for good teaching practice. It complements the established Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Programme at Keele, by emphasising small group teaching in clinical settings and education for clinical competence.
Medical students who wish to study for an intercalated master's degree in medical education recognise that when they qualify as clinicians they will be involved in teaching and supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students. There is a need for greater professionalism and accountability as clinical teachers and this course is designed to meet this need by providing a sound theoretical and practical basis for good teaching practice.