PRiME: Professionals in Medical Education
PRiME is a programme of activity designed to support staff development and promote excellent teaching on The University of Manchester MB ChB medicine degree.
Our MB ChB has more than 4,000 colleagues in the University and NHS partner organisations delivering teaching to more than 2,000 medical students across six years of the curriculum.
Our tutors and supervisors are essential to supporting high quality learning, and we are committed to investing in their development.
We invite anyone teaching on the MB ChB to attend PRiME training and development activities, free of charge. This activity and accreditation is important for GMC appraisal, revalidation requirements and CPD.
We have a number of opportunities available to teach our students. We’ll provide you with the necessary training to support your development as a medical educator.
If you teach our students, there are many opportunities available to support your development.
PRiME Core workshops equip you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to undertake a specific teaching role within the Manchester MB ChB.
PRiME Advanced workshops are for colleagues who are experienced teachers on the Manchester MB ChB and who wish to further their knowledge and skills in a specific area of medical education.
PRiME Network is a chance for you to come together with other educators, share best practice and learn from each other. Each session is supported by an experienced facilitator from the Divison of Medical Education.
PRiME Foundation will focus on the underlying medical education theory, and enable your development as a medical educator.
To find out how you can get involved, or to request to receive training and development updates including new workshops, please get in touch.
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