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MedEd meet real world - Cath Fenn

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MedEd meet real world
building capability in HE and the NHS workplaces - presented by Cath Fenn, Senior academic technologist, University of Warwick

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MedEd meet real world - Cath Fenn

  1. 1. MedEd meet real world building capability in HE and NHS workplaces Cath Fenn, Senior Academic Technologist, MB ChB, Warwick Medical School c.a.fenn@warwick.ac.uk
  2. 2. • Established in 2000, Warwick Medical School (WMS) is home to the UK's largest graduate-entry MB ChB programme. • Our four year MB ChB (Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery - Medicinae Baccalaureus, Baccalaureus Chirurgiae) is a challenging programme designed to help students become highly competent and strongly motivated doctors. About Warwick Medical School
  3. 3. Preparing students for foundation training https://www.gmc-uk.org/education/27007.asp
  4. 4. • We accept student applications from Arts and Sciences graduates. Richly diverse backgrounds with varied life experience. • Our 662 current students ages range from 21 to 51 About our students
  5. 5. Health, metabolism and homeostasis Blood lungs and heart Brain and behaviour Locomotion Reproduction and child health Advanced cases 1 Core clinical education Specialist clinical placements Advanced cases 2 Instructional support Learner autonomy Assistantship Time=4Years Student to FY1 doctor in 4 years Student selected component 1 Student selected component 2 Elective Academic Days
  6. 6. • Our staff, in common with our students, come from a diverse range of backgrounds. • Majority of University teaching staff have research and/or clinical roles in addition to their teaching responsibilities. About our University based staff
  7. 7. • “Our staff” also include clinicians who hold contracts with the LEPs; Hospitals, GP surgeries and community health centres. • Useful to remember that LEP admin teams play an important role in supporting our students. About our Local Education Providers
  8. 8. https://www.jisc.ac.uk/rd/projects/building-digital-capability
  9. 9. What does learning in a digital age look like for MB ChB?
  10. 10. What does learning in a digital age look like for MB ChB? Moodle providing a framework for organising and delivering content. Options for sharing engaging content. Options for delivering questions online in a range of formats. Pulling data from central systems.
  11. 11. What does learning in a digital age look like for MB ChB? Moodle providing a framework for organising and delivering content. Options for sharing engaging content. Options for delivering questions online in a range of formats. Pulling data from central systems.
  12. 12. • Anatomical connections • Multiple Illnesses in one patient • Illnesses that affect multiple systems • Multidisciplinary teams • Connecting theory with practice MedEd learning in the real world patient practical hospital community physical illness mental illness theory
  13. 13. • Pilot – use of encrypted mini-iPads in MedEd • Student digital experience tracker tool questions – developing an evidence base • Mystery students- mystery shopper programme Student partnerships
  14. 14. We are listening to our students Student owned devices used to support learning: 14%desktop computer 96%laptop 50%tablet/iPad 86%smartphone 60%printer 80% agree digital skills are important in their chosen career.​ 70% would like digital technologies to be used more in MB ChB. When digital technologies are used on the MB ChB​ 64% understand things better 72% enjoy learning more 83% are more independent in their learning 81% can fit learning into life more easily The ease of being able to write up and sync notes has been a positive as it means that I don't have massive amounts of paper lying around at home that is useless and destined for the bin.
  15. 15. Use variety of methods to disseminate
  16. 16. External Partners Pulling data from central systems.
  17. 17. • Get out and about! • Go talk to the people working directly with students on placements. • Have conversations with individuals and teams based on their terms and held on their territory. • Start conversations by giving individuals and teams in the LEPs a chance to voice their ideas, concerns and expectations. • Share work with done student partnerships and look for ways of Trust staff as partners in these projects. Building digital capability
  18. 18. Future aims based on past rewards: • Build on student partnerships • Build on partnerships with LEP admin teams and the intersections with University admin teams • Staff development and partnership building with clinical academic leads • Focus on curriculum transition points What next?
  19. 19. Any Questions? Thank you, if there are any areas that took your interest and you would like to chat further please do get in touch. Cath Fenn, Senior Academic Technologist c.a.fenn@warwick.ac.uk Pecha Kucha presentation for JISC Digital Capabilities CoP 22/05/18

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