Teaching & Learning Skills

Agenda Setting

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  • Aims & Objectives
  • Appraisal
  • Assessment & Competence
  • Clinical Supervision
  • Consultation Skills Teaching
  • Coping with Nerves
  • Creative Arts in Medicine
  • Curriculum
  • Debriefs
  • Education Theory
  • Evaluation
  • Facilitating Groups
  • Feedback
  • Final Year Trainees
  • Games
  • Handouts
  • How to Study
  • Induction
  • International Medical Graduates
  • Inter-professional Learning
  • Learning Environments
  • Learning Needs
  • Learning & Personality Styles
  • Libraries

 

  • Maternity
  • MCQs
  • Multiple Trainee Training
  • New Trainer Practice
  • OSCE
  • Part-Time Trainees
  • Patient Simulations
  • PDPs
  • Practice Managers
  • Presentation Workshops
  • Problem Based Learning
  • Programme Directors
  • Random Case Analysis
  • Re-approval & Trainer Development
  • Reflection 
  • Teaching for Beginners
  • Trainee in Difficulty
  • Tutorials – the theory
  • Tutorials – suggestions
  • Workshops
  • Writing and Referencing

If you have files you would like me to host on here and share with others, please email them to me.  [email protected]

Who is this section for?

This is a large section of folders and files furnishing you with an immense database of teaching resources – focusing on both the educational theory and practise.   It also provides resources for teaching particular groups of GP trainees like those who are part-time or international medical graduates.   Clearly it is a resource primarily built for GP Educators like GP Trainers but GP trainees who have an interest in teaching and education should find it helpful too.  If you are training to become a GP trainer, then these pages are perfect for you.

Please leave a comment if you have a tip, spot an error, spot something missing or have a suggestion for a web resource.
And of course, if you have developed a resource of your own, please email it to me to share with others.

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