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A Career in medical education. Developing as an educator The Medical Education Society February 2014 Dr Mark Lillicrap. Reflecting on being a teacher. What have you learnt about clinical teaching? What did you enjoy about it? What is different to what you expected?

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A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

Developing as an educator

The Medical Education Society

February 2014

Dr Mark Lillicrap


A career in medical education

Reflecting on being a teacher

What have you learnt about clinical teaching?

What did you enjoy about it?

What is different to what you expected?

What would you do differently next time?

What would you tell someone else about being a clinical teacher?


A career in medical education

Developing your career

What does your ideal job look like?

Where does teaching/education fit into your ideal job?


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

I want to have a research interest

in medical education

I want teaching to be a significant component of my job

– someone who co-ordinates teaching programmes

– someone involved in planning teaching delivery

– someone viewed as having teaching expertise

I want to be seen as a teacher/educator

– someone who people might expect to deliver teaching

– someone with some teaching commitments in their job plan

I want to be seen as a teacher/educator

– someone who people might expect to deliver teaching

I want to do a bit of teaching like everyone else does


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

Researcher in medical education

Co-ordinator of medical education

Medical Educator

Doctor


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

Recognition as a Medical Educator

Higher Education Academy (Associate Fellowship)

The Academy of Medical Educators (Membership)

Recognition as a co-ordinator of Medical Education

Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education

Recognition as a researcher in Medical Education

Masters in Medical Education

PhD

Publications


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

Recognition as a Medical Educator

Higher Education Academy (Associate Fellowship)

The Academy of Medical Educators (Membership)

Recognition as a co-ordinator of Medical Education

Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education

Recognition as a researcher in Medical Education

Masters in Medical Education

PhD

Publications


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

www.heacademy.ac.uk


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

www.heacademy.ac.uk

  • Professional recognition (Standards framework)

    • Associate Fellow (AFHEA) – Standard Descriptor 1

    • Fellow(FHEA) – Standard Descriptor 2

    • Senior Fellow(SFHEA) – Standard Descriptor 3


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

www.heacademy.ac.uk

  • Standard Descriptor 1 (an Associate Fellow)

    • Demonstrates an understanding of the student learning experience in at least 2 of the 6 areas of activity

    • Appropriate core knowledge and professional values

    • Ability to incorporate research, scholarship and professional practice into their areas of activity

      Examples

      higher education teaching staff with no prior qualification or experience

      staff whose role includes a small range of teaching and learning support activity


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

www.heacademy.ac.uk

  • Areas of activity (2 of 6)

    • Design and planning of learning activities

    • Teaching and supporting student learning

    • Assessment and giving feedback to learners

    • Developing effective environments/support

    • Integration of scholarship research and professional activities with teaching and learning

    • Evaluation of practice and CPD

  • Core Knowledge

  • Professional Values


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

www.heacademy.ac.uk

  • Areas of activity (2 of 6)

    • Design and planning of learning activities

    • Teaching and supporting student learning

    • Assessment and giving feedback to learners

    • Developing effective environments/support

    • Integration of scholarship research and professional activities with teaching and learning

    • Evaluation of practice and CPD

  • Core Knowledge

  • Professional Values


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

  • Areas of activity (2 of 6)

  • Core knowledge

    • The subject material

    • Appropriate methods for teaching and learning in the subject area (at the level required)

    • How students learn

    • Appropriate learning technologies

    • How to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching

    • Quality assurance

  • Professional Values


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

  • Areas of activity (2 of 6)

  • Core knowledge

  • Professional Values

    • Respect for individual learners

    • Commitment to incorporating relevant research, scholarship and professional practive

    • Commitment to development of learning communities

    • Commitment to encourage participation in higher education.

    • Commitment to continuing professional development and evaluation of practice


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

  • How do you get recognised as an Associate Fellow of the HEA?

  • Have had approximately a year of teaching experience and:

  • Completing a recognised professional development programme

  • (e.g. The Clinical Supervisor Staff Development Programme)

  • OR

  • 2)By individual application


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

The Academy of

Medical Educators

http://www.medicaleducators.org

In future likely to be important:

- GMC

- Accreditation as an Educator


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

The Academy of

Medical Educators

Associate Membership – early careers educators

Membership – professionally involved in medical education - MAoME

Fellowship – a broad contribution to or significant acheivements in medical education - FAoME


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

The Academy of

Medical Educators

Associate Membership – £10/year as a student

Membership – MAoME - £110/year

Fellowship – FAoME - £135/year


A career in medical education

Academy of Medical Educators

Please write a short reflective piece (no more than 500 words) exploring your professional practice as a medical educator, based on the Core Values of the Academy of Medical Educators’ Professional Standards 2012 (pp12-14). Please see note 2.

The core values underpin the professional practice and development of medical educators and cover:

Quality (improvement in healthcare)

Respect (for learners, patients and public, colleagues)

Integrity

Scholarship


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

Recognition as a Medical Educator

Higher Education Academy (Associate Fellowship)

The Academy of Medical Educators (Membership)

Recognition as a co-ordinator of Medical Education

Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education

Recognition as a researcher in Medical Education

Masters in Medical Education

PhD

Publications


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

Recognition as a Medical Educator

Higher Education Academy (Associate Fellowship)

The Academy of Medical Educators (Membership)

Recognition as a co-ordinator of Medical Education

Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education

Recognition as a researcher in Medical Education

Masters in Medical Education

PhD

Publications


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education


A career in medical education

A Career in medical education

Recognition as a Medical Educator

Higher Education Academy (Associate Fellowship)

The Academy of Medical Educators (Membership)

Recognition as a co-ordinator of Medical Education

Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education

Recognition as a researcher in Medical Education

Masters in Medical Education

PhD

Publications


A career in medical education

Scholarship in medical education

£20/year

  • Membership of JASME is open to all full time undergraduate healthcare students and juniors (up to FY2 Doctor level or equivalent) and includes:

  • Regular Electronic Newsletter outlining upcoming prizes, events and discussing medical education topics

  • Access to JASME prizes, grants and educational awards

  • Places on JASME’s Workshops/Focus Groups and Introductory research courses

  • Online access to ASME's journals, Medical Education & The Clinical Teacher

  • Discounts on registration fees for all of ASME's courses, conferences and workshops


A career in medical education

Scholarship and research


A career in medical education

Academic Foundation Programmes

Academic Foundation Programmes in Medical Education

Usually qualitative research work based

May link with PGCert in Medical Education

Usually link with teaching responsibilities.


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