Orientation to Primary Care

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Induction and Orientation to Primary Care Subdeanery invite you to attend our Orientation Event to introduce you to Primary Care and listen to an Expert Panel and find out about the wide range of roles carried out within a GP Practice.  This session we are joined by RCGPNI Chair Dr Laurence Dorman, Dearbhla McManus - […]

Community Practice/Social Prescribing (South West)

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Community Practice/Social Prescribing Sub Deanery invite you to join a Community Practice Session to learn about the social determinants of Health with local link workers from community groups in the South West. This session we have Julie from the Oak Healthy Living Centre joining us

The Wider MDT in the Community – Part 1 (North Belfast)

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The Wider MDT in the Community - Social Prescribing Learn about Health and Well-being and Social Determinants of Health with Connected Community Care link worker Pól Brennan. Student selected placement in local community group during GP attachment followed by a reflective huddle in Part 2 

Interprofessional Learning with General Practice Pharmacists: Deprescribing

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Join us for an interactive session with General Practice Pharmacists (all medical students/GP tutors welcome) concerning prescribing/medication and the prescribing process in the Primary Care Setting – with a focus on collaboration, inter-professional learning and improving patient care.

Bright Ideas: Effective Feedback

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Giving feedback is a vital educational practice which provides one of the foundations for students’ meaningful learning. Indeed, through feedback students can understand important elements of their educational journey: 1) what they are expected to know or do; 2) how they are performing; 3) how they can improve their performance. But what makes feedback effective and constructive? When does feedback not work? What are the best practices, based on evidence, for such a key element in any educational relationship? In this session we will collectively discuss these key questions, with the aim of making the most of your role in giving good feedback.

Induction and Orientation to Primary Care

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Induction and Orientation to GP Session for North Belfast and South West Federation Areas hosting an Expert Panel to include Dr Kelly Doherty (GPST3 Research Trainee), Angela Treacy (Mental Health Practitioner) and Dr Claire Loughrey, former GP and Director of GP Training within the Subdeanery. This session will also include a short introduction to General Practice Pharmacy by North Belfast Lead Maura Corry, giving the opportunity to see the roles played by the GPP within a GP Practice. All students and practice staff welcome to join and ask questions and collaborate.

Community Practice/Social Prescribing (South West)

Webinar

Sub Deanery invite you to join a Community Practice Session to learn about the social determinants of Health with local link workers from community group mPower in the South West.

The Wider MDT in the Community – Part 1 (North Belfast)

Webinar

The Wider MDT in the Community - Social Prescribing Learn about Health and Well-being and Social Determinants of Health with Connected Community Care link worker Pól Brennan. Student selected placement in local community group during GP attachment followed by a reflective huddle in Part 2 

Bright Ideas: Clinical Teaching

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We are delighted to welcome this month’s speaker, Dr Grainne Kearney, GP, GP tutor, Family Medicine Lead, Clinical Lecturer in the School of Medicine, QUB and co-author of ‘Experience Based Learning (ExBL): Clinical teaching for the twenty-first century’. Dr Kearney will kindly summarise the key concepts of this paper for practice teams in the North Belfast and South West Federation. It is an opportunity for practice teams in North Belfast and South West Federations to collectively reflect on their experiences of clinical teaching in the twenty-first century and during a global pandemic. Together we are creating a Community of Practice for General Practice Teams supporting Medical Education.’