Our expert staff
This module is designed and delivered by Dr Chris Green, senior lecturer and researcher in health professions education. He leads the MSc in Medical and Clinical Education (MaCE)and is a Senior Fellow of AdvanceHE.
Chris has published work on interprofessional education, evidence synthesis of educational research, curriculum and pedagogy.
What our participants say
"The qualification has enabled me to supervise ST3 GP trainees and undertake relevant assessments and educational reviews. The organisation has embraced learners rotating through the practice and I have been able to share the positive benefits in building a culture of learning within the organisation to drive strategies from a wider perspective. A simple introduction of a weekly protected clinical teaching session has been received by all clinicians very well and brought a sense of unity with the practice." (GP)
"Positive feedback from learners as a result of my teaching and programme design has highlighted the benefits of completing MaCE. MaCE has given me more confidence as an educator, and my approach to delivering education has changed." (Nurse education facilitator)
"I am much more aware of educational research and practice than many of my colleagues, who have undertaken an associate trainers courseand trainer conversion course. This has impacted upon the educational supervision of trainees within my practice and the way in which I approach individual problems within the GP specialist training programme." (GP)
"At a practice level the module on learning organisations helped manage organisational change." (GP)
"I found the programme really interesting and invigorating. The lecturers were enthusiastic and engaging and the topics were easily transferrable to practice." (Psychological Therapies lecturer)
"Learners from different healthcare backgrounds such as general practice, paramedic, nursing helped contribute towards more rounded discussions in the classroom." (occupational therapist)
"I enjoyed the inter-professional interaction. Was a great opportunity to learn from other professions and hear of the challenges they face. Often as nurses we become absorbed in our own worlds and forget other professions share our problems. It was interesting to hear about their use of “community of practice”, clinical supervision, educational audits." (nurse educator)