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Symposium 28 th january 2008

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


Symposium 28 th january 2008

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 Centre, Heriot Watt University on 5th and 6th March

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 Centre, Heriot Watt University on 5th and 6th March

  • 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


24 structured interviews
24 Structured interviews Centre, Heriot Watt University on 5th and 6th March


Project team
Project Team Centre, Heriot Watt University on 5th and 6th March

Prof Simon Guild

Prof Gerry Humphris

Dr Jim Aiton

Dr Anita Laidlaw

Julie Struthers

Jay Mackinnon


Symposium
Symposium Centre, Heriot Watt University on 5th and 6th March

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