Published: August 2010
Based on the popular Clinical Teaching Made Easy series Published: in the highly respected British Journal of Hospital Medicine.
Useful for teachers at any career stage as it covers all areas of health care education in an easy to follow style, including appraisal, supervision and
career development. Provides a theoretical basis to how clinical teaching and learning can be carried out.
Draws on the experience of well-regarded clinical teachers to highlight practice points.
About the author
Judy McKimm, MBA BA (Hons) Cert Ed FHEA FAcadMed is an experienced medical and healthcare professions educator who has worked internationally in faculty
and leadership development, accreditation and licensing and organisational development. She was Director of Undergraduate Medicine at Imperial College
London until 2004.
Tim Swanwick, MA MBBS DRCO G DCH FRCGP MA (Ed) FAcadMed is currently Director of Professional Development in the London Deanery.
Table of contents
Setting educational objectives
Assessing learning needs
Curriculum design and planning learning
Giving effective feedback
Facilitating learning in the workplace
Improve your lecturing
Small group teaching
Teaching clinical skills
Involving patients in clinical teaching
Workplace based assessment
e-learning for clinical teachers
Managing the appraisal process
Mentoring and coaching
This is a very useful and timely book. Each chapter contains enough information on each topic to cover the subject completely without too much theory. Tom
Crichlow, Princess Royal Hospital, in the British Journal of Hospital Medicine, Vol 71, No12.