Clinical Teaching Module

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Course capacity

Applicants registered for the MSc. in Anaesthetics will require successful completion of the introduction to medical education module in year 1. The module capacity will be between 15 and 20 students.

Course structure

The module will be delivered over one semester. The module will comprise 4 units. The module will require participants to practice and apply new teaching skills in their workplaces.
Most course material will be delivered using distance learning techniques. Course materials will be made available sequentially on Blackboard, communication and discussion will be electronic and assessments will be submitted online. The distance learning components will be supported by three (one-day) face to face teaching skills workshops which will occur at the start, middle and toward the end of the module, (see timetable below)
The module will require 80 hours of student effort and 50 teaching contact hours. The contact hours include reading formal course materials, participation in practical workshops, participation in discussion board activities, carrying out assignments and mini projects, and the practical application of new knowledge in the workplace.
Modular Outline

Units 1, 3 and 4 are delivered over one month each. Module 2 which focuses on the skills of clinical teaching involves skills workshops and will run over four months from January to April 2005

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