The overall aim of the course is to promote knowledge of and research into learning, teaching and communication in a clinical context, together with facilitating a reflective awareness of participants’ related educational skills and their ongoing development.
- Professional identity as a teacher
- Pedagogical practice in medical education
- Advanced communication skills and strategies in medical education
- Technology-enhanced learning
- Simulation studies
- Leadership and facilitation
- Evidence-based clinical academic practice
- Clinical education research and methodology
The course is aimed at: Doctors and other health professionals wishing to pursue Masters level study and professional development in educational theory and practice in clinical settings. Participants will demonstrate a commitment to developing themselves and others as teachers in the clinical sciences. Minimum entry requirements: Normally an honours degree equivalent (e.g. successful completion of 3 years of an undergraduate degree) Exceptionally a health professional without a first degree who has deep experience of teaching and clinical work who can provide evidence of being able to work at M level and can provide Evidence of a deep interest in and commitment to medical /clinical teaching and/or educational research An ongoing commitment to teaching / facilitating medical or other health professionals & students
Fees and funding
|Channel Islands||£5508||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£5508||Year 1|
Additional fee information
There are a number of scholarships available for postgraduate students from the UK and the EU as well as from the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. Please see the Fees and Funding section of our webite for further details.