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UCLMS Medical Education Conference - Transitions in Medical Education
May 07, 2013 09:15AM
Booking has now opened for our third Medical Education Conference on the 12th June 2013!Read more...
UCLMS Seminar: 'Practicing professionalism in an age of digital social networking': exploring the digital divide
Mar 22, 2013 12:18PM
Dr Scott Rice – Practicing professionalism in an age of digital social networking: exploring the digital divideRead more...
UCL Medical School Hubs
Mar 22, 2013 12:17PM
We’re very pleased to announce that the first stage of a major estates upgrade for UCL Medical School is now underway. The upgrade is designed to develop Student HUBS and enhanced teaching space at each of our 3 main campuses. Plans and progress will be published on the UCLMS website as the projects develop at each site.Read more...
NHS Change Day: do something better together
Feb 15, 2013 16:54PM
NHS Change Day will take place on 13.03.13. It will be one day during which the collective energy, creativity and ideas of thousands of NHS staff, and those who support the NHS, in all areas of work and right across the country, will demonstrate how one simple action or new idea can make a difference and improve care for patients, their families and their carers. The team behind NHS Change Day are asking people to make pledges of an action or idea. You can see our pledge on the NHS Change Day pledge wall .Read more...
Speak Up! The 2013 National Student Survey seeks your views
Feb 12, 2013 10:26AM
Speak up!Read more...
The MBBS-2012 core curriculum will centre upon the patient and the symptoms, signs or test abnormalities with which they might present. Rather than learning different subjects (anatomy, clinical medicine, communication skills, etc) in isolation, students will need to integrate what they learn and think how it will enable them to address the needs of a patient. To help with this, these links will be made explicit in ‘curriculum maps’, which will show how, when faced by a real patient, trainee doctors should draw upon knowledge & skills learnt in different parts of the course.
The overall objectives for the new MBBS programme can be found here: Overall Objectives
The spiral nature of the curriculum means that students will build up early foundations of knowledge and ability, relating to the different domains, and revisit these areas to consolidate and add to these foundations at later stages of the course.
The core conditions and presentation guide can be found here: Core Conditions July 2012
After extensive consultation, the above is a list of conditions and presentations that will underpin teaching and assessment within the MBBS programme. It is a guide for teachers as they plan learning opportunities and for students to ensure they address the conditions and presentations we, as a body of teachers, clinical scientists and medical practitioners, believe are fundamental to practice as a doctor entering practice in the contemporary world of healthcare.
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