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Bute Medical School. Research Teaching Linkages: Enhancing graduate attributes in Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine. Symposium 28 th January 2008. Research Teaching Linkages: Enhancing Graduate Attributes. Part of a larger University wide Enhancement Theme programme

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Bute Medical School

Research Teaching Linkages: Enhancing graduate attributes in Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine

Symposium 28th January 2008

research teaching linkages enhancing graduate attributes
Research Teaching Linkages: Enhancing Graduate Attributes
  • Part of a larger University wide Enhancement Theme programme
  • Enhancement themes part of QEF (Quality Enhancement Framework)
  • QEF is co-ordinated by quality working group which includes members from QAA Scotland (Quality Assurance Agency), SFC (Scottish Funding Council) and others
  • Looking at link between research teaching with aim to enhance graduate attributes and improve student experience
    • Institutional level
    • Discipline level
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2008 Enhancement Theme Conference – Edinburgh Conference Centre, Heriot Watt University on 5th and 6th March

https://enhancement.qaa.ac.uk/events

Invitation to submit posters for this event – submission deadline 11th February

discipline project
Discipline project

Focus on Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine

Aim:

To identify, share and build on good and innovative practice in utilising research-teaching linkages to enhance the achievement of graduate attributes

approach taken
Approach taken
  • Structured interviews
    • Identify and define ‘high level’ graduate attributes
    • Identify approaches in making best use of research teaching linkages to enhance these attributes
    • Identify case study examples
  • Symposium
  • Post symposium Blog
  • http://medblogs.st-andrews.ac.uk/ResearchTeachingLinkages/default.aspx

Report available from the QAA website

project team
Project Team

Prof Simon Guild

Prof Gerry Humphris

Dr Jim Aiton

Dr Anita Laidlaw

Julie Struthers

Jay Mackinnon

symposium
Symposium

Aim

  • To discuss and share good practice

Themes

  • Understanding high level graduate attributes and how best to support/promote the achievement of such attributes
  • Sharing of approaches to making best use of research/professional practices which enhance the achievement of such attributes
  • Consideration of how best to develop a learning environment that envelops research activities as part of the learning experience
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