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Every doctor is supposed to be a teacher as outlined in the roles and responsibilities by the GMC but how do you actually ensure you are qualified to undertake this role? This book outlines the career pathways that are available within medical education in various settings including undergraduate, postgraduate, Royal College and NHS. It emphasizes the need for professional educators in the work place and shows how to develop a career in the subject from portfolio to full time educator. It discusses the new GMC standards that facilitate and aid the development of educators and highlights the need for their continued professional development. This recogni-tion flows into the revaluation and job planning process to ensure a professional educator workforce delivering the best training for the best patient care.

Becoming a Medical Educator - Peter Donnelly

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Title
Becoming a Medical Educator
Author
Peter Donnelly
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
BPP Learning Media
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20171007

Every doctor is supposed to be a teacher as outlined in the roles and responsibilities by the GMC but how do you actually ensure you are qualified to undertake this role? This book outlines the career pathways that are available within medical education in various settings including undergraduate, postgraduate, Royal College and NHS. It emphasizes the need for professional educators in the work place and shows how to develop a career in the subject from portfolio to full time educator. It discusses the new GMC standards that facilitate and aid the development of educators and highlights the need for their continued professional development. This recogni-tion flows into the revaluation and job planning process to ensure a professional educator workforce delivering the best training for the best patient care.

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Peter Donnelly worked as a consultant psychiatrist in the NHS for 18 years with experi-ence in all aspects of medical education from selection into medical school, undergraduate teaching delivery and curriculum development. He has also worked as an Associate Medical Director responsible for the ongoing CPD of all medical staff in an NHS Trust. In his Deanery role he leads a range of medical education initiatives and is responsible for the quality of training across all specialty curricula. He has a BA is sociology, a masters in medical education and is a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Educators.

Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
200

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