Tag: Medical education

Skills, struggles and surfing: St.Emlyn’s

This blog is a little different, a bit more personal than usual as it’s about my experience in learning something new. If you’re not that interested in skills teaching feel free to skip this one

MSc in Emergency Medicine

The MSc in Emergency medicine with MMU. St.Emlyn’s

  My apologies in advance for a bit of advertising about the MSc in Emergency medicine that we run here in Manchester. The program was the first MSc in EM in the UK (pretty sure about

How to manage your boss (the expert patient in the ED). St.Emlyn’s

This is another guest blog from our friend and colleague Andy Volans, Consutlant in Emergency Medicine.   We’ve all been subjected to the challenge of the “Expert Patient”. Our GP colleagues probably get it more

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Students, #FOAMEd and SMACC – the greatest learning curve: St.Emlyn’s

When doctors think back to their medical school training, watching a simulated patient being extricated from a car in front of 2500 people in Berlin probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Yet

Dear Educational Supervisor, it’s time for your ARCP. St.Emlyn’s.

  Here at St.Emlyn’s we’re really interested in education. Everyone on the team takes the supervision and support of trainees seriously and we hope that the blog reflects this, but to be honest all this

Mike Charlesworth and Lee Feddy: ‘Predatory publishers’ – time for a re-think?

Imagine that you are a foundation doctor (PGY 1-2), and you have written a case report during your general surgery rotation. Your supervisor has approved the manuscript and delegated the responsibility of submission to you.

#dasSMACC

#dasSMACC Day 3. St.Emlyn’s on tour

  Day 3 at #dasSMACC After a gala dinner of somewhat epic proportions it was back bright and early to the Tempodrom to get back to work. Simon chaired the first panel of the day

#dasSMACC Day 2. St.Emlyn’s

  Tribalism – panel discussion Day 2 of the single track #dasSMACC conference in Berlin. An early start for some who were rather celebratory last night, but credit where it is due, we were all

#dasTTC in Copenhagen. Day 3.

  Our last day in Copenhagen and time to reflect on what we’ve learned. Have a listen to the podcast of the faculty (well part of it) reflections and then read on to find out

Interactive Ideas for Workshops

Here are some ideas for interactive games and exercises in workshops, together with examples of how I have used them and some ideas about how you could adapt them to different circumstances. This article is

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