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UCL Medical School News
UCLMS Seminar: The intercalated BSc - Dr Melvyn Jones - 10th March
Mar 05, 2014 11:24AM
The intercalated BSc - why do medical schools offer them and what do they achieve?Read more...
Provost’s Public Engagement Awards
Feb 12, 2014 14:23PM
Winner: Engager of the year (researcher/academic grade 8 and above) Dr Jayne Kavanagh, UCL Medical SchoolRead more...
Jane Dacre holds first MRCP PACES in Myanmar
Jan 08, 2014 10:49AM
This November, Professor Jane Dacre led the very first PACES for MRCP (Member of the Royal College of Physicians) in Myanmar. This was successfully held in New Yangon General Hospital, one of the teaching hospitals of the University of Medicine, Yangon.Read more...
UCLMS Social Media Policy
Nov 01, 2013 17:10PM
Social media has become a powerful part of the web in recent years and has changed the way we communicate and collaborate online. Many organisations, such as the GMC and the BMA, politicians and medical journals are actively using social media and discussions of various aspects of the professional lives of doctors are increasingly seen on Facebook, Twitter and blogs.Read more...
Obituary: Dr Daniel Brudney
Oct 02, 2013 09:08AM
We are very sad to report the death of Dr Daniel Brudney in a car crash on Friday 13 September.Read more...
Twilight Clinical Teaching
Applications are now closed for the Royal Free Twilight Clinical Teaching programme for year 4 students. But if you missed the chance to apply and would like to be a Twilight tutor later in the year contact Chrishan directly.
The programme is run by UCL Medical School, with local 'lead trainees' on each site. For UCLH 2013-14 the lead trainee is:
Twilight Tutors provide regular out-of-hours bedside clinical teaching with a high degree of patient contact. Sessions are focused on history taking, clinical examination, presentation and clinical reasoning. Tutors are autonomous in that they choose which system/topic to teach and arrange the time and place with their own students. The content is not directly linked to the modules that the students rotate through during their placements at The Royal Free Hospital. Each tutor will keep the same medical students over the course of 4 months to ensure continuity and monitor their development.
|Twilight Clinical Teaching|
|Organisation||Each CMT, ACCS, GP or FY trainee is allocated 4-8 students.|
Teaching: Each block of students is at RFH for a 4 month period. You should aim for 1hour a week of bedside teaching (plus preparation time). In total, after accounting for holidays, you should aim for a minimum of 12 hours of teaching over 4 months.
Attendance at 4 out of 6 sessions on teaching skills development
|Role||Your primary role is to provide bedside teaching in core skills, with patient contact. This includes history taking, clinical examination and clinical reasoning. However, you will also act as a mentor to your students.|
There are 3 blocks of student rotations.
Block 1: September - December
Block 2: January - April
Block 3: May - July
Year 4 students complete an Introduction and Orientation Module before you meet them which provides a foundation in working and learning in the clinical environment. They write reflections on their first experiences of history taking; their impressions of standards of clinical record keeping; and their perceived dangers in hospitals. As clinical teachers, you can access these reflections on Moodle, the UCL Virtual Learning Environment, and talk to the students about them. This will be your first contact with your students before you get down to bedside teaching.