Presentation on theme: "General Practitioner Involvement in Tutoring and Examining Medical Students Dr Philip Burns – Senior Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) and Acting Lead for CBME."— Presentation transcript:
General Practitioner Involvement in Tutoring and Examining Medical Students Dr Philip Burns – Senior Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) and Acting Lead for CBME Dr Mark Perry – Clinical Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) Dr Rebecca Farrington – Clinical Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) Dr Pip Fisher– Clinical Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) Dr Rachel Lindley – Clinical Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) Dr Harish Thampy – Clinical Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) Dr Julia Humphreys – Clinical Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) Dr Kurt Wilson – Clinical Lecturer (Teaching Focussed) Dr Enam Haque – Clinical Lecturer (Teaching Focussed)
Goals for today Get to know us Get to know you Get to know each other Get to know about opportunities in undergraduate education!
MBChB Outcomes Confident FY1 Doctors Preparing students for NHS careers To work in complex environments To cope with uncertainty To become masters of their trade To understand their role in clinical teams To understand how the health service works Leadership, Teaching…etc. etc.
Curriculum Structure Spiral Curriculum Integrated Problem Based Learning Lifelong learning skills Student Centred, Self Directed Core plus options Personal Excellence Pathways Project Options Early patient contact Continuing patient contact
Entry Phase 3 : Year 5 Preparation for practice Phase 2: Year 3 - 4 Developing clinical competence Cardiorespiratory fitness Abilities & disabilities Life Cycle Qualification Nutrition & metabolism Phase 1: Year 1 – 2 Developing basic knowledge Dr as a Scholar and a Scientist Dr as a Practitioner Dr as a Professional Nutrition, metabolism & excretion Families & children Research Project Heart, lungs & blood Mind & Movement
What do medical students need from community placements?
What do medical students need in the community? Active learning Take and present histories Clinical examinations Not sitting in corner bored
Community Set-Up Manchester Medical School CBME MRI Salford Royal South Preston GPs GPs & CSUs GPs Phase 1 Years 1 & 2 (Early Experience) Phase 2 Years 3 & 4 (NME, HLB, M&M, F&C) Phase 3 Year 5 Pre-clinical Clinical
Early Clinical Experience (ECE) in Years 1&2 Six half days a year Communication feedback sessions Gentle introduction for you and them
A day a week in Years 3 & 4 4 modules Active participation Link to PBL Debrief CSUs Workplace based assessments (U- PSAs)
4 week blocks in Year 5 Apprentice model Own consultations Close supervision Tutorials Exempting exam Work place based assessments (U- PSAs)
Personal Excellence Pathways (PEPs) In year 3 4 weeks (x2) Quality & Evidence Or Lay Document
What can GPs help with in the hospital and University environment?
Small Group Tutor Community Focussed Teaching (CFT Stopford OR Preston) Year 3 Manchester or Preston delivery Same content Cover topics in dermatology/ophthalmology/ENT, occupational health, diabetes, cardiovascular systems. Payment £440 per day
Clinical Intelligence Tutor Year 3 in all Manchester sectors During HLB block, 6-8 students for 7 weeks Discuss issues raised by cases seen in hospital and GP – clinical presentation / differential diagnosis/ drugs/ ethics/ professionalism/ patient expectations Payment £75 per hour Session usually lasts 2-3 hours
PBL Tutor Based in all sectors in teaching hospitals and some DGHs Years 3 and 4 students – groups of 8 students Required to attend ½ day training through the Staff Development Unit: http://www.medicine.manchester.ac.uk/prime/ Payment: £75 per hour Session usually lasts 2-3 hours
Y3 Group (Hub & Spoke) PEP Lead Hub & Spoke PEP = a central Hub for teaching and support plus Spokes for clinical experience Hub is a group of 8 students, 1 day/week for 4 week block Hub Lead teaches specialist topic to the group, sets quality & evidence based projects for the students to complete in Spoke placements and marks assessments Runs twice per year, Jan/Feb and June/July Payment: £2475 in total Contact Jacqueline Pass on Jacqueline.Pass@manchester.ac.uk Jacqueline.Pass@manchester.ac.uk
Academic Advisor Starts in Year 1 and goes through all years Required to meet with the student twice a year (yr 1&2), four times a year (Yr 3 onwards) and write up notes for file. Summative assessments portfolio reviews end Yr4 and 5. Required to attend ½ day training Receive an honorary contract Payment: £220 per student per year – includes administration time Contact Kenny Borland (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org
Community focused prescribing Small group teaching around different prescribing scenarios Consider how to prescribe, what to prescribe, explaining risk and benefit, and issues of concordance Must attend a training session prior to starting £75 per hour Contact Kurt Wilson (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Clinical Experience Tutor Based in Clinical Skills Lab, Stopford Building, University of Manchester Years 1 & 2 students – groups of 16-20 students, facilitator with 2-3 others Must attend a training session prior to starting £75 per hour Contact Enam Haque for further information Enam.email@example.com
OSCE examiner Need to be involved in teaching on the course Required to attend ½ day training through the Staff Development Unit: http://www.medicine.manchester.ac.uk/prime/ OSCEs occur in all sectors for Years 3-5, twice per year Payment: £220 per session (1/2 day)
Student Selection Panel Opportunity to recruit future medics November to March Required to attend training for ½ day Must be able to commit for half days from a selection of dates Held in Stopford, MMS. Parking supplied. Contact Linda.firstname.lastname@example.orgLinda.email@example.com Please note this is an interesting but unpaid opportunity