1 year ago

When:
7 March, 2017

Location:
Western Australian Medical Students' Society - WAMSS

Organised by:
Western Australia Medical Students Society (WAMSS)


Teaching on the Run is an intensive short course run over two evening sessions that aims to equip medical students with the necessary skills to become efficient, effective and engaging clinical tutors/teachers. Exceptional clinical teaching and tuition are essential components of medical student and junior doctor training, and yet, doctors seldom get taught how to teach. In this short course, students are trained to teach, communicate effectively, and through teaching, become better learners.
Learn how to teach and supervise whilst working on the run, and communicate concepts to your peers/future colleagues.

Facilitated by Professor Fiona Lake, Teaching on the Run has been a successful program helping students and junior medical staff develop their teaching skills for over 10 years, and has become a valuable component of the SGR program in ensuring tutors are well equipped to facilitate tutorial sessions.

Sign up for the two sessions if you're interested and/or a prospective 2017 SGR tutor (both sessions are necessary to attend - as they contain sequential/different material).

Food and drink will be provided
This is a FREE event
PebblePad Points awarded for attendance at both TOTR sessions.

Dates:
Session 1 - Tuesday 7 March 2017: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Session 2 - Thursday 9 March 2017: 5:30pm-8:30pm

Venue:
N Block QEII Medical Centre