UCL Faculty of Medical Sciences


How can a Masters help you develop your career in Medical/Health Professions Education?

19 October 2022, 4:30 pm–5:30 pm

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Join us online to ask your questions about our exciting Medical/Health Professions Education MSc programme.

This event is free.

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Kate Thomas

This fascinating session will introduce you to the field of Health Professions Education.

UCL’s highly successful online MSc equips health professionals to deliver excellent education in diverse contexts from university settings to clinical workplaces. The flexible, modular design has specialist pathway options including leadership, primary care and research, as well as a generic pathway. Join this webinar to find out how this MSc can help you develop your career.

This online session will include an overview of our fascinating MSc programme, followed by a Q&A with Miranda Kronfli, Associate Professor (Teaching) & PGME Lead for Quality at UCL and Professor Catherine O’Keeffe, Programme Lead MSc Health Professions Education & Divisional Graduate Tutor, Postgraduate Taught Programmes at UCL. This event is free and open to all.

About the Speakers

Miranda Kronfli

Associate Professor (Teaching) & PGME Lead for Quality at UCL

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Dr Kronfli has teaching interests in supervision, assessment, and research methods, and she is a passionate advocate of clinical educators as role models for equality, diversity and inclusion. She is the Module Lead and Dissertation Supervisor for the MSc HPE; Programme Co-Lead for the ISLA GP Clinical Supervision Course; and Quality Lead for UCLMS Postgraduate Taught programmes, with an interest in awarding gaps and differential attainment and accessibility in postgraduate education.

Catherine O'Keeffe

Programme Lead MSc Health Professions Education & Divisional Graduate Tutor, Postgraduate Taught Programmes at UCL

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Professor O'Keeffe leads the MSc in Health Professions Education within the award winning Postgraduate Medical Education Unit (PGME). She also contributes to short courses, and commissioned CPD programmes and engages in research with the Research Department of Medical Education (RDME) - the ASME Institutional Commitment to Scholarship Award winner, 2021. She is constantly inspired by the transformational change that occurs as her students engage in this highly interactive online programme, critiquing theory and research and its application to educational challenges. She supports and constructively challenge students to develop the confidence and capabilities they need to become inspiring educational leaders. Her work at UCL draws on her background in nursing and extensive experience leading innovative faculty development programmes in the UK and internationally, as well as policy initiatives and scholarly activities focusing on interprofessional education.