CPD of Postgraduate Medical Trainers’ Technology Enhanced Learning Design Expertise Print
Thursday, 01 November 2012

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Project Director
Niall Winters

Project Manager
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Researchers
Sara Price: Co-Investigator
Caroline Pelletier, Co-Investigator
Simon Broughton, Kings' College HospitalBanu Kaya, Royal London Hospital
Catherine O'Keeffe, London Deanery

Project Details
February 2013-End January 2015
Funder: Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF)

Keywords
Mobile Learning; Healthcare training; ICT4D; Postgradute medical education

Project website

[The project "The Professional Development of Postgraduate Medical Trainers' Technology Enhanced Learning Design Expertise" will begin in February 2013 and run for two years. It is a collaboration between the London Knowledge Lab/Institute of Education, King's College Hospital, the Royal London Hospital and the London Deanery and is funded by the Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF). The overarching aim of the project is to understand how new and emerging technologies can benefit postgraduate medical education through intervention co-design with trainers. This interest is motivated by the increasing awareness amongst Directors of Medical Education (DMEs) and Training Programme Directors (TPDs) of the urgent need to develop more flexible, collaborative and reflective forms of training, in line with recommendations from medical bodies (including the General Medical Council, Association of Medical Educators and Medical Education England) and informed by the current wide-ranging review of postgraduate medical education in the UK (see: http://www.shapeoftraining.co.uk ).

The team members are Niall Winters (PI), Sara Price (Co-I, LKL), Caroline Pelletier (Co-I, IOE), Simon Broughton (KCH), Banu Kaya (RLH) and Catherine O'Keeffe (IOE/London Deanery).

For more information, please contact Niall Winters ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

 
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