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CBME North East London Student Tutor Training (NESTT)

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This Tutor Training is an introduction to teaching Undergraduate medical students.

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CBME North East London Student Tutor Training (NESTT)

Overview

This Tutor Training is an introduction to teaching Undergraduate medical students. It will provide attendees with basic skills for educating students in the community, covering:

• preparing the practice and patients

• facilitation of student-centred learning

• learning needs assessment

• giving effective feedback

• developing reflective practice

• developing as a virtual educator

The training involves bite-sized theory and plenty of dialogue and practical experience.

Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.

Who can attend?

This training is open to any GPs in the North East London area who are intending to teach or have just started teaching Barts and The London Undergraduate medical students during the 2021/22 academic year (either at their own practice, or as a sessional GP tutor at one of our host teaching practices).

If you have any questions about your booking please contact Gillian Vythelingum (g.vythelingum@qmul.ac.uk)

When and where is the training taking place?

The training is taking place virtually, online via Zoom.

Wednesday 16 February (2-5pm)

What next?

Further details about our teaching opportunities, application process and the requirements for new tutors / teaching practices can be found on our website.

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Organiser Dr Louise Younie

Organiser of CBME North East London Student Tutor Training (NESTT)

Louise is a practicing General Practitioner/Clinical Senior Lecturer at Barts and The London, QMUL. She has been developing the field of creative enquiry in undergraduate medical education for over a decade, with an MSc and EdD in the field. The arts have been found an excellent vehicle for dialogue, reflection and engagement with lived experience, potentially facilitating transformative learning, practitioner development and human flourishing.

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