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Medical Education

Teaching Tomorrow's Doctors


Teaching Tomorrow's Doctors is a 4-day course on educational theory and practice as applied to medical education.  The course involves a participatory and interactive approach to learning, including group work and micro-teaching. Participants value the opportunity to mix with other disciplines (academics and clinicians from a broad range of specialties) and students are also involved to help participants explore student perspectives on learning and teaching.

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Who can apply?

This course is for BM teachers with substantial teaching roles. Priority will be given to applicants with educational leadership roles (e.g. module leads, placement leads). Selection will also take into account the mix of specialty/subject area within the group.

Please also be aware that, before starting this course, participants need to have completed either our one-day online course An Introduction to Teaching BM Students or the MEDUSA BM Curriculum module. These courses include an overview of the BM curriculum – this is no longer covered in Teaching Tomorrow’s Doctors.

Teaching Tomorrow's Doctors
“One of the best educational courses I have ever done!" Attendee, NHS


Dates (All dates inclusive)

Day 1: Tuesday 17 October, 9.30 am – 4.30 pm (lunch included) In person at Holiday Inn

Day 2: Wednesday 18 October, 9.00 am – 3.30 pm, Online (MS Teams)


Day 3: Wednesday 15 November, 9.30 am – 4.30 pm (lunch included) In person at Holiday Inn

Day 4: Thursday 16 November, 9.30 am – 4.30 pm (lunch included) In person at Holiday Inn

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Holiday Inn Eastleigh, Leigh Rd, Eastleigh SO50 9PG


Jacquie Kelly, Faculty Development Lead, University of Southampton

Dr Martina Johnson, Senior Teaching Fellow, Faculty of Medicine

Dr Alex Fitzgerald-Barron, Medical Education facilitator and retired GP


Professional recognition of teaching

As an optional addition to this course, we are offering participants support with applying for the Professional Recognition of Educator Practice Framework (PREP).  PREP is a portfolio approach to recognition for staff who are experienced educators and leads to recognition by Advance HE at associate fellow, fellow, senior fellow or principal fellow level.

If you have a University account, you can find more information about PREP on the CHEP SharePoint site. For external users and any questions, please contact for more information.

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