Events

This hour long session facilitated by Dr Ben Hughes (Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) and medical students (intercalating in Bsc Medical Education), will introduce participants to what makes a good placement – from the students perspective. Participants will gain tips on how to enhance a students experience on their ward/clinic, ensuring team integration for…
This hour long session facilitated by Dr Ben Hughes (Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) will focus on the role of junior doctors in teaching. Participants will identify how near peer interactions can support medical and other healthcare students in their learning journeys.  Please take note these course will be held on Zoom. You can…
This hour long session will introduce delegates to easy mentoring and coaching tools. These tools will provide a basis for supporting a student through learning challenges –  a medical education focus. Facilitated by Jools Symons and Zoe Ferguson – experienced mentor and coaches, this will be a useful teaching tips exchange.
This hour long session is facilitated by Dr Valerie Farnsworth, the School of Medicine Academic Lead for Inclusive Practice (SALIP). Participants will be introduced to the university’s inclusive marking policy. At the end of the session, participants will be able to explore how this policy applies in their teaching context. Key points will include justifying…
This is 3 hour session focusing on the activity of peer observation – how to carry out a teaching observation effectively. Participants are invited to carry out a micro-teach exercise and will receive peer feedback. This session is limited to 5 participants. Please book on ONLY if you are prepared to deliver a microteach session.
This hour long session is facilitated by the CPD team, including Ms Aimee Charnell. Participants will be led in discussions about challenges in teaching in wards and clinics. At the end of the session, participants will identify methods and approaches to teaching they may be able to employ in their workplace.
This is 3 hour session focusing on the activity of peer observation – how to carry out a teaching observation effectively. Participants are invited to carry out a micro-teach exercise and will receive peer feedback. This session is limited to 5 participants. Please book on ONLY if you are prepared to deliver a microteach session.
This is 3 hour session focusing on the activity of peer observation – how to carry out a teaching observation effectively. Participants are invited to carry out a micro-teach exercise and will receive peer feedback. This session is limited to 5 participants. Please book on ONLY if you are prepared to deliver a microteach session.
This hour long session is facilitated by the CPD team, including Ms Aimee Charnell. Participants will be led in discussions about challenges in teaching in wards and clinics. At the end of the session, participants will identify methods and approaches to teaching they may be able to employ in their workplace.

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This session introduces the basic teaching skills involved in medical education. Delegates will receive some light touch training in teaching good practice and provide a pathway for development. This is an introduction for those who wish to develop as an educator and for those who do not teach on a regular basis.  
We have been teaching online for some time now. This session communicates teaching tips for those who wish to make their online teaching effective. Facilitated by Nancy Davies and Cait Dennis, this will be an informal discussion and sharing good practice, building confidence in online teaching and tips for engagement and effectiveness
If you have attended our CPD sessions, you will know we use padlet and mentimeter as approaches for communication exchange and interactions during sessions. Havita Mandande (faculty development) and Nancy Davies (TEL) will use this hour to guide delegates through creating resources which can be used for teaching.
This session will focus on the skill of giving feedback to enhance students learning. Guided by Jools Symons, Communications Lead and Cait Dennis, Faculty Development, delegates will gain insights into how to make their feedback more effective. Medical/Clinical education focus.
This hour long session will focus on the skills needed to facilitate a small group teaching session. Promoting active learning and effective teaching approaches shall be discussed. This will have a medical/clinical education focus and will be facilitated by the CPD team and volunteer facilitators.
This hour long session will introduce delegates to easy mentoring and coaching tools. These tools will provide a basis for supporting a student through learning challenges –  a medical education focus. Facilitated by Jools Symons and Zoe Ferguson – experienced mentor and coaches, this will be a useful teaching tips exchange.
We have been teaching online for some time now. This session communicates teaching tips for those who wish to make their online teaching effective. Facilitated by Nancy Davies and Cait Dennis, this will be an informal discussion and sharing good practice, building confidence in online teaching and tips for engagement and effectiveness.  
Discrimination as a barrier to clinical learning? Insights from recent research at Leeds  Though medical schools have systems for reporting discrimination, it is recognised that there are more incidents of discrimination than are formally reported.  This session will include a brief account of the ‘who, what, where, why, how and when’ of discrimination reporting, followed…
This hour long session will focus on the skills needed to facilitate a small group teaching session. Promoting active learning and effective teaching approaches shall be discussed. This will have a medical/clinical education focus and will be facilitated by the CPD team and volunteer facilitators.
The Annual Monty Losowsky Memorial Lecture will take place Thurs 14 Oct, 5-7.30 pm. This year’s event will be on zoom. This is an event, in collaboration with Thackray Medical Museum, sponsored by OneMedicalGroup to commemorate a former Dean of Medicine who helped establish Thackray medical Museum. The keynote shall be delivered by Professor Roger…