Tutor Resources

One of the aims of this site is to support GP Tutors with teaching, we hope you find these resources useful. If there is anything further you would like to see here or you would like to get involved please click here

QI project for QUB Students during their Primary Care Elective – The Anti-cholinergic Burden in Elderly patients with dementia

QI project for QUB Students during their Primary Care Elective – The Anti-cholinergic Burden in Elderly patients with dementia

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Do’s and Don’ts for Undergraduate Medical Students from a patients perspective

Do’s and Don’ts for Undergraduate Medical Students from a patients perspective

Patient participation in General Practice Teaching is crucial and you are indeed helping to educate the next generation of Doctors. Dr Miriam Dolan has written a piece on the guidance that exists for Patients in this situation and how to achieve a positive outcome for all involved. Click below for more details.

International Students and the Clinical Placement

International Students and the Clinical Placement

See attached document for International Students, their tutors and the patients they will be meeting. It is a common fact that International Students face various challenges alongside their tutors and patients and Dr Miriam Dolan has attempted, with the back up from relevant research papers, to summarise these challenges concentrating on the GP Clinical placement, which contains links to many useful resources online.

Scoping Exercise for Multi-Professional Education and Training in Primary Care – By Drs Claire Loughrey and Anthony Cox

Scoping Exercise for Multi-Professional Education and Training in Primary Care – By Drs Claire Loughrey and Anthony Cox

With an increasing number of requests for education and training opportunities in Primary Care from Multi Professional Organisations a scoping exercise was carried out to highlight the opportunities available and the inevitable structure required to support such increase.

How to Set up a Care Plan

How to Set up a Care Plan

This is a great resource for tutors whoa re looking to provide a structured learning activity for students to take part in and take ownership of. It provides experiential learning and promotes students in having an active and supervised role in the care of patients.

How To Give Feedback

Giving feedback “Ultimately, feedback is about communication. The skills are generic: active listening; asking a balance of open, reflective, facilitating, and closed questions; challenging; and summarising. Giving feedback is not just to provide a judgment or...