Medical Education University of Manchester

The programme has a strong emphasis upon professional practice and is designed for those who have teaching roles that brings them into contact with students. It is suitable for those doctors new to medical education and training, as well as those with experience.The programme has been designed for busy doctors, to enable them to learn in the context of their everyday activities. The study day attendance is compulsory and participants have found that periodically meeting fellow clinicians to discuss common educational issues aids the development of individual medical education skills. There are also a number of presentations from programme tutors. A prerequisite for entry to the programme is an interest in improving your own practice in medical education. The programme is part time and you can decide to pursue the PG Certificate (1 yr PT), the Diploma (2 yrs PT) or the full MSc (3 yrs PT).

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  • MSc
  • English
  • Part time
  • 3 Years

The programme has a strong emphasis upon professional practice and is designed for those who have teaching roles that brings them into contact with students. It is suitable for those doctors new to medical education and training, as well as those with experience.

The programme has been designed for busy doctors, to enable them to learn in the context of their everyday activities. The study day attendance is compulsory and participants have found that periodically meeting fellow clinicians to discuss common educational issues aids the development of individual medical education skills. 

Aims

The programme will enable students to:

  • Develop practical, generic skills in teaching and assessment underpinned by an understanding of educational theory
  • Enhance their knowledge, skills and attitudes as medical teachers in relation to teaching and assessment
  • Plan and deliver effective educational experiences
  • Develop sound academic skills applicable to the field of medical education, including literature review and research

Applicants should be a qualified doctor and possess a degree or equivalent qualification in a biological/medical discipline, or in a related field of study, from a recognised University. They must have a strong interest in medical education and be actively involved in teaching medical students, as well as trainees.

Specific details about these should be provided in their application letter. Applicants should be registered with the GMC and in active clinical practice in the UK.

Applicants must select the PGCert, PGDip or MSc when applying. 

Admission Requirements:
  • Bachelor
Cost of the master: Not declared
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