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Teaching on the Run Tips - Series

Concise and fabulous - written for teachers in the front line - the 14 tips cover a wide range of clinical teaching topics.

The tips incorporate educational theory, practical information and ideas for implementation. Each topic is of high interest to doctors who are teaching in their practice.

The Art and Practice of Leadership Coaching: 50 Top Executive Coaches Reveal Their Secrets - edited by Howard Mogan, Phuil Harkins, and Marshall Goldsmith

Leadership coaching has become vitally important to today?s most successful businesses. The Art and Practice of Leadership Coaching is a landmark resource that presents a variety of perspectives and best practices from today?s top executive coaches. It provides valuable guidance on exactly what the best coaches are now doing to get the most out of leaders, for now and into the future. Revealing core philosophies, critical capabilities, and the secrets of coaching success, this one–of–a–kind guide includes essays from fifty top coaches, including Ken Blanchard and Frances Hesselbein.

The Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME)

ASME’s Mission:

“To meet the needs of teachers, trainers and learners in medical education by supporting research-informed, best practice across the continuum of medical education.”

 

ASME’s Strategic Aim:

“To allow members to share and further best practice in Medical Education”

ASME Goals:

The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change The Way You Lead Forever - Michael Bungay Stainer

In Michael Bungay Stanier's The Coaching Habit, coaching becomes a regular, informal part of your day so managers and their teams can wok less hard and have more impact.

Drawing on years of experience training more than 10,000 busy managers from around the globe in practical, everyday coaching skills, Bungay Stanier reveals how to unlock your peoples' potential. He unpacks seven essential coaching questions to demonstrate how – by saying less and asking more – you can develop coaching methods that produce great results.

The experience of lesbian, gay and bisexual doctors in the NHS (Report)

One might think, in this day and age when gay marriage has been legalised in England, Scotland and Wales, that homophobia and discrimination against lesbians, gay men and bisexual people was a thing of the past. If only that were the case. The experiences related in this report show us that too many of our LGB colleagues are still experiencing the NHS as a less than supportive place to work and be themselves. 

The Gold Guide (6th Edition)

This Reference Guide is for Postgraduate Specialty Training in the UK and is applicable to all trainees (StRs) taking up appointments in specialty (including GP) training which commenced on or after 1 August 2007. The 6th edition published on 17th February 2016 replaces all previous editions of the Gold Guide with immediate effect.

 

You can visit the COPMED website to download a copy of this document or click on the resource link below.

The power of research in driving change

The Diversity and Inclusion – The Power of Research in Driving Change report has been commissioned by NHS Employers, Imperial College London, enei (Employer’s Network for Equality and Inclusion) and North West Coast Academic Health Science Network.                             

The ROADS to success – a practical approach to career management for medical students, junior doctors

A collaberation from Elton, C. and Reid, J 'The Road to Success' can be a vital tool in choosing the right specialty which is a critical decision that all junior doctors face.

This is a carefully structured handbook to support both trainees and their supervisors througout the career planning process. This is a practical handbook packed with essential information, self-assessment including psychometric tests and insightful tips.

Towards an understanding of resilience and its relevance to medical training

Published in Medical Education 2012: 46: 349–356

This article explores the concept of resilience and its potential relevance to medicine. It also looks at the dimensions of resilience and its ethical importance for effective professional practice, and considers whether a focus on resilience might be useful in medical training.

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