Students: A maximum of 2 students per tutor needing a minimum of 1hr contact time per week
2018-19 Mon 1st Apr - Fri 7th Jun 2019
2019-20 Mon 30th Mar - Fri 12th Jun 2020
Payment: £1500 per student*
(*2019-20 rate subject to confirmation from HEE)
These are extended student selected components running for ten weeks in Year 3. Experienced tutors are encouraged to supervise, however funding is limited and forward planning is essential - particularly for 'Research'.
The are two options: Research or Non-research.
- Research options are possible in both Primary Care and Medical Education research. Both are relatively 'young' research disciplines and there should be opportunities to join projects within Manchester.
- Non-research options are usually a combination of critical appraisal and audit. Students in both should consolidate their ability to critically review literature and understand methodologies including basic statistical analysis where appropriate.
Non-research supervision is a rewarding opportunity to learn more about an aspect of your practice that the QOF 'doesn't reach!' (Past audits have included: Quality of care of chronic hepatitis; Vitamin D deficiency; Reporting of adverse events; Use of interpreters). If you are planning innovations in your practice e.g. new clinics or services, we could even pilot a course that links students into teaching in business skills, needs assessment / project planning.
Your practice should offer an average of 1-2 hours contact time each week. You don't need to offer 'protected' teaching time in surgery, but students may well value some patient contact. You assess a report at the end. We can advise and can arrange for a second marking.
If you think you could take a student or offer some suggestions on topics of potential interest please email:
CBME Years 3 - 5 Administrator
+44 (0)161 275 1855