4 training courses found
This course aims to promote knowledge of learning and teaching theories in a medical and health context and to facilitate a reflective awareness of the student's own teaching and learning practice, ensuring that the teacher is also a learner. The key areas of study includes: Learning and teaching in medical education; Pedagogical practice in medical education; Advanced communication skills and strategies in medical education; Medical education research.
This course has been designed to provide advanced professional education in diabetes care for a wide range of practitioners working in primary care including: general practitioners, nurses from primary care, podiatrists and pharmacists. The key areas of study includes: complications of diabetes and their management; epidemiology; lifestyle interventions and up-to-date treatment options; self-management and the patient perspective; evidence-based practice in diabetes care; clinical commissioning for quality care in diabetes services; principles and practice of quality care and treatment.
This innovative course, designed in partnership with universities in Kent, Surrey and Sussex, provides students with the knowledge, professional and clinical skills to work as a PA. The integrated curriculum borrows from the successful undergraduate course at BSMS with augmentation through intensive discussion of clinical cases in small groups, and includes significant time in local clinical placements and simulation facilities.
This course is purpose-built to meet the clinical and professional development needs of the NHS workforce, including potential educators in simulation-based learning in the South East. Simulation-based education is now widely used in training and this new course will allow participants to advance their skills and knowledge in amix of theoretical and practical sessions including group work activities, debriefing and feedback, the exploration of technical issues and fidelity, and the development of a simulation based project suited to the workplace setting.