colleges in the Punjab. It aims to give you the basic knowledge, skills and competence for a
successful start to your teaching career. It will also provide an appropriate foundation to
further studies in medical education.
The programme will be taught in two blocks, of four days and three days. Between the
teaching sessions you will be expected to carry out a series of activities and gather evidence
of your teaching practice. The requirements are specified in this Handbook under
Assessment Requirements. You must complete these requirements successfully in order to
receive a Certificate in Medical Teaching from UHS. Please note that if you need
confirmation of your attendance at the teaching days this may be provided separately but
will not constitute a Certificate in Medical Teaching.
Initially the programme was started by Dr Ian Willis and Dr Janet Strivens from the
University of Liverpool, UK, supported by colleagues from Pakistan. These Pakistani
colleagues have now taken over as facilitators responsible for the delivery of the
programme. A mentor will be appointed for each student who will be able to support you
between contact sessions. You may contact the mentor if you have any queries or need to
discuss anything, and the mentor will also contact you to check your progress. Your portfolio
of evidence of your teaching practice will be assessed by your facilitators: however, Dr Willis
and Dr Strivens will retain a quality assurance oversight of the programme.
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