University of Exeter
Clinical Education is specifically designed for doctors and healthcare professionals wishing to develop their roles as clinical educators. The programme is designed in response to the increasing expectation from the clinical and academic world that those teaching on clinically based programmes have a formal qualification in education.
The themes running through the programme are a comprehensive introduction to clinical education, coaching and mentoring, principles of assessment and practical delivery of teaching. The programme looks at clinical education from a new more practical standpoint based on the reality of delivering clinical education in modern healthcare environments. The course is evidence-based – incorporating the latest research and current issues in academic clinical education. Some of this research has been carried out by the course tutors, consisting of highly experienced clinical educators and researchers.
Our Healthcare Leadership and Management programme is suitable for all aspiring or established leaders in any health-related discipline which includes nurses, allied healthcare professionals, commissioners, managers and doctors of any speciality including training grades, GPs and consultants early in their leadership journey.
Throughout this programme we aim to:
• Provide you with a safe ‘practitioner researcher’ led environment of learning for you to share your ideas, perspectives and current experiences in response to realistic scenarios.
• Challenge you to consider offering solutions alone and in collaboration.
• Support your development as a leader through engagement with both core and advanced concepts in leadership and change focussing on the delivery of healthcare at the team and system level.
• Enable you to analyse, synthesise, evaluate and reflect on the translation of research-based evidence into healthcare practice.
• Provide opportunities for you to refine written and verbal communication skills through the examination of theory and its use in practice.
5pm, 1st March.