Dr Samuel Birks
BSc, MBBS, PGCME, MSc, FHEA
Clinical Medicine, School of Medicine and Population Health
After graduating from the Hull-York York Medical School in 2016 with an intercalated degree in Clinical Anatomy from the University of Leeds, I joined the University of Sheffield during my academic foundation programme.
I completed a PGCME and subsequently an MSc in Health Professions Education alongside my clinical training in emergency medicine. I now divide my time between working clinically as an A&E registrar and academically within AUME as a University Teacher.
I currently primarily teach undergraduate anatomy but have experience in lecturing, facilitating ILAs, teaching clinical skills, delivering simulation-based education, question writing and blueprinting.
- Pott’s Puffy Tumour: a rare but sinister cause of facial swelling. Acute Medicine Journal, 20(2), 144-147.
- Managing a Colonoscopic Perforation in a Patient with No Abdominal Wall. Case Reports in Surgery, 2018, 1-4.
Conference proceedings papers
- Surgical foundation year one doctor experience of do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation orders; A comparison between a district general hospital and tertiary centre. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY, Vol. 105 (pp 131-131)
- Medical and surgical foundation year one doctor experiences of do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation orders in a district general hospital. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY, Vol. 105 (pp 131-131)
- How prepared are surgical foundation year one doctors to deal with end of life care; A comparison between a district general hospital and tertiary centre. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY, Vol. 105 (pp 131-131)
- How prepared are medical and surgical foundation year one doctors in a district general hospital to deal with end of life care?. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SURGERY, Vol. 105 (pp 131-132)
- Teaching interests
- Anatomy and radiology
- Clinical and case-based learning
- Simulation-based learning
- Digital and technology-enhanced learning