Teaching with Patients (Online Course)

Title:Teaching with Patients (Online Course)

Duration:0.5 days
Central Short Courses
Who should take this course?

Those clinicians who teach and want to enhance their teaching skills.  Good for vets too!

Course Description:

This course will take a chronological approach to investigating how to teach with patients to best effect in order to develop students' skills rather than just their knowledge base.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Build positively on the experiences and feelings of patients and student doctors;
  • Increase your repertoire for involving patients in helping students learn;
  • Develop your own role as the facilitator of that learning;
  • Practice making explicit to students processes for clinical reasoning that can assist them in constructing their own learning.

About this course

This online course was produced by the Epigeum as part of their University and College Teaching (UCT) programme.  Each course will take between 2 and 4 hours to complete, and is equivalent to a half-day workshop.

Other Online University and College Teaching Courses

Developing Your Teaching
Lecturing 1
Lecturing 2
Making the Most of Discussion
Marking and Giving Feedback
Resources to Enhance Students Learning
Supervising Projects and Dissertations
Understanding the Principles of Course Design
Log in to Moodle with your username and password, and if asked for a password to access the online workshop use the word 'general'.

UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF)

This course is particularly relevant to these dimensions of the Framework:

  • Areas of Activity: A2
  • Core Knowledge: K4, K5
  • Professional Values: V1; V3

Find out more about the Framework here

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