Clinical Teacher

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Date Posted
Thursday 28 March 2024
Application Closing Date
Sunday 28 April 2024
Burnley Campus
Clinical Lecturer
Full Time
Contract Type
Fixed Term for 12 months to provide a secondment or career development opportunity
Job Category / Type
Academic / Research
School / Service
School of Medicine and Dentistry
37.00 hours per week
Interview Date
To be confirmed

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The School of Medicine wishes to appoint a Clinical Teacher to join our enthusiastic and committed MBBS teaching team at our Burnley campus, commencing in August 2024. This is an ideal post for junior or middle grade doctors wishing to gain experience in Medical Education. This is a fixed term post for one year which provides opportunity to gain further experience in teaching, assessment and curriculum development. For those without a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education there is the possibly of undertaking this during the year.

This will be a varied post supporting Year 3 and 4 MBBS students who will be based in East Lancashire at UCLan’s Burnley Campus. You will focus on teaching and small group facilitation for the Year 3 and Year 4 students, including clinical skills, case-based learning, clinical reasoning, interprofessional education and professionalism. In addition, the Clinical Teachers will also act as Academic Advisor and portfolio tutor for a group of Year 3 or 4 students. You will also be involved in the assessment and selection of students, including OSCE examination and MMI. 

Holding full registration with the GMC, you will have completed the Foundation Programme at minimum and have experience of working to the standards required of professional bodies. 

Utilising excellent communication skills, you will be an active networker and have the ability to work within a multidisciplinary team.

Informal enquiries are welcomed; please contact Dr Helen Miles, Theme Lead for Medicine in Clinical Practice, via email in the first instance

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