Medical education for undergrads ki

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2TiME workshop: Medical education as an undergraduate

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Medical education for undergrads ki

  1. 1. Getting involved in medical education as anundergraduateJames Davis (UCL final year medical student)Neil Choudhuri (UCL final year medical student)Dr Kaz Iwata (Clinical Teaching Fellow)
  2. 2. Who has been involved in teaching any capacityat medical school?
  3. 3. ObjectivesBy the end of this session you should:• Know why medical education as an undergraduate is important• Be aware of the different types of medical education that you can be part of as an undergraduate• Be able to think about ways to improve medical education for future students
  4. 4. Teaching skills – why is it necessary for doctorsand medical students?
  5. 5. Tomorrow’s Doctors – teaching skills• Be able to demonstrate appropriate teaching skills• Be willing to teach colleagues and to develop their own teaching skills• Be familiar with a range of teaching and learning techniques• Understand the principles of education as applied to medicine
  6. 6. Medical education & teaching encompassesmany kinds of activities• Face to face teaching (most common)• Development of teaching resources• Assessment and giving feedback• Organizing teaching schemes & modules
  7. 7. Teaching portfolio for undergraduates• Complete the worksheet: – Face to face teaching (most common) – Development of teaching resources – Assessment and giving feedback – Organizing teaching schemes & modules
  8. 8. What types of medical education activity can youbecome involved in as an undergraduate?
  9. 9. What are the gaps in the MBBS curriculum forusing undergraduates in teaching?
  10. 10. Tasks• In groups of 4-5, think about an area of medical education which could be improved by undergraduates.• Devise a scheme or resource to help fill this gap.
  11. 11. ObjectivesBy the end of this session you should:• Know why medical education as an undergraduate is important• Be aware of the different types of medical education that you can be part of as an undergraduate• Be able to think about ways to improve medical education for future students
  12. 12. Thanks for attending

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