Resources for tutors

The AUPMC have a large number of GP tutors who support the delivery of our teaching across the region (as shown on our GP Placement Map).

Resources from the AUPMC Evening Meeting (October 2016)

Slides from the main presentation of the evening meeting

Main presentation slides

WAVE Model workshop

WAVE model

Longitudinal placements workshop

Longitudinal placements

Practice teaching workshop

Practice teaching

Small group teaching workshop

Small group teaching

Feedback from the SAPC conference on research and teaching

SAPC feedback

Physician Associates: The What, Why and (Sheffield) How

Presentation given by Dr James Gray as an introduction to our Postgraduate Diploma in Physician Associate Studies, launched in September 2016

PAPresentation

What can Students Best Learn in General Practice?

Presentation given at an AUPMC lunchtime seminar by Bob McKinley, Professor of Education in General Practice at Keele University

Considering teaching but unsure how to fit it in?

Article: Incorporating medical students into your practice

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If you would be interested in joining our team of community based tutors, please get in touch with the department to find out more about what is involved. Contact Peggy, Teaching Administration on p.haughton@sheffield.ac.uk, or 0114 222 2201.

Early Years Teaching

The Early Years programme is for first and second year medical students. It includes 12 sessions in practice run between October and May giving students the opportunity to meet patients and learn more about the patient experience of disease.

If you are interested in getting involved in our Early Years teaching, please contact: p.haughton@sheffield.ac.uk

3a Teaching - Community and Public Health

Phase 3a students are in the third/fourth year of their medical degree. They spend seven weeks on placement in General Practice, alongside university based teaching. Students have the opportunity to see a variety of aspects of the delivery of community health services.

If you are interested in getting involved with Phase 3a teaching, either as a GP tutor or with small group teaching, please contact: p.haughton@sheffield.ac.uk

3b Teaching - Community and Palliative Care

Phase 3b students are in the fourth/fifth year of their medical degree. They spend eight weeks in the community and palliative care rotation, with seven weeks in general practice and one week in palliative care placements. Students are expected to see patients independently and develop a quality improvement project for the practice.

If you are interested in getting involved with Phase 3b teaching, either as a GP tutor or with small group teaching, please contact: p.haughton@sheffield.ac.uk

Community Attachment Scheme (CAS)

The scheme is for medical students in their first year (Phase 1) and aims to teach them to examine the psychosocial aspects of health and illness or pregnancy. They attend 3 tutorials with a GP and a behavioural scientist, visit a local person 3 times, and write up a project on the basis of their visits.

If you are interested in getting involved with CAS teaching, either as a GP tutor or a behavioural scientist, please contact: h.warren@sheffield.ac.uk

Consultation Skills

These workshops are for Phase 2b students (third year). Students often see communication skills and history taking as two separate skills, however they are intimately linked and good communication skills are essential for good medical practice.

If you are interested in getting involved with CAS teaching, either as a GP tutor or a behavioural scientist, please contact: h.warren@sheffield.ac.uk