Lecturer (Communication for Clinical Practice Tutor) - Grade 7 (0.8FTE)

University of Liverpool - Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Institute of Clinical Sciences

School of Medicine

You will contribute to the teaching of medical students on the MBChB Programme. Your main focus will be Communication for Clinical Practice (CCP) teaching and assessment of medical students. Working closely with colleagues throughout the MBChB Programme, particularly Community Clinical Teachers (CCTs), Clinical Skills Tutors and NHS Trusts, you will have considerable scope to develop the role and the CCP courses. Opportunities will be available to contribute to CCP teaching throughout Years 1-5 and to other aspects of the medical curriculum. You will also take responsibility for liaison with patient organisations and groups to ensure stakeholder engagement in the medical curriculum. Based at the University main campus, you will occasionally travel to liaise with tutors and clinical staff based off campus.

You will bring considerable talent and enthusiasm for teaching and have a PhD in a relevant health-related, psychological, or social science discipline. You will also have experience relevant to leading and delivering undergraduate teaching. A relevant professional qualification (e.g. nursing, social work) and/or experience of stakeholder engagement is highly desirable, as is experience of teaching clinical students. You will be expected to undertake the University of Liverpool’s Certificate in Professional Studies (CPS) in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (unless you already have an equivalent or higher teaching qualification).

For full details and to apply online, please visit: recruit.liverpool.ac.uk

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