University of Liverpool
As a clinical specialty trainee involved in acute primary or secondary care, this post offers you an excellent opportunity to develop your skills in medical education and join our inspiring team at the University of Liverpool School of Medicine.
All posts are based in undergraduate education and involve teaching within a range of clinical areas.
Six posts are available across three pathways:
The Clinical Education Fellow (Anatomy portfolio) (1 post) will primarily undertake teaching of student doctors within the Human Anatomy Resource Centre (HARC).
The Clinical Education Fellows (Group Teaching) (3 posts) will primarily undertake small group teaching of student doctors in years 1 and 2 of the MBChB curriculum, including case-based learning and teaching of communication for clinical practice.
The Clinical Education Fellows (Core Skills) (2 posts) will primarily undertake teaching within the Core Skills Supratheme, which includes clinical skills, communication for clinical practice, simulation training, preparation for practice, and pharmacology, therapeutics and prescribing.
We are looking for you to bring your clinical experience and skills in teaching to help us shape the doctors of tomorrow. As a fellow we will offer you personalised education development opportunities that will complement your clinical training and allow you to lead and inspire in medical education in your future career.
These full-time posts are mainly based on the University of Liverpool campus and are available for a fixed term of 1 year, starting in August or September 2023. A job share would be considered.
The University has the right to close the vacancy early if it is deemed that there have been enough applications received.
For enquiries about the role please contact Dr Viktoria Goddard, Vice Dean for Learning and Scholarship [email protected]
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