Journal: Medical Teacher Author: Muir, F. and Law, S. Publication Date: May 2014 Volume Number: 36 Issue: 5 Page Numbers: 403-408
Description: Most doctors are involved in teaching to a greater or lesser degree and as such are required to keep their skills and knowledge up to date. Education for medical students has been moving up the political and professional agenda (GMC 2009, 2013). Currently, few Medical Schools offer a medical education intercalated degree programme. This study sets out to explore the students’ experiences of a BMSc Teaching in Medicine Intercalated degree programme, offered by the School of Medicine Dundee, to help inform the value of an educational programme within an undergraduate medical curriculum.
Support links: Student's perceptions and experiences of a new "Teaching in Medicine" BMSc intercalated degree programme.