Medical Education

Associate Deans Workshop Directory

The HEE (NW) Associate Deans (ADs) are able to provide educational support in the following areas via a range of interventions i.e. workshops, presentations, lectures, etc. Some of these are available on a personal basis; others may be prepared by a Lead AD but delivered via other ADs.

Educational Activity Summary Template

You may find this template useful when collecting / recording educational activity and evidence (against the GMC domains) for accreditation, appraisal and revalidation.

North West Annual PGMD Educator Conference 2016

On Thursday 8th September 2016 the North West Annual Postgraduate Medical and Dental Educator Conference took place at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool.  The theme of the conference was Professionalism & Excellence in Medical Education.   Resources from the day include the brochure and presentations from the speakers and workshops.  

Spring Educators Training & Development Event

This year's event was held on 17th & 18th May at Lancaster House Hotel.  The audience was made up of Deputy and Associate Deans and other HEE (NW) staff, DMEs, HoS, TPDs and MEMs.   

Please find attached the programme from the event along with presentations from the various sessions. 





FAQs: Recognition of Trainers in the North West

The GMC’s deadline for the recognition of trainers is fast approaching. Whilst some LEPs have the majority, or in some cases all trainers fully recognised, some organisations still have a great deal of work to do. 

Following a number of recent queries regarding the recoginition of trainers, HEE (NW) have produced these FAQs.

Promoting Excellence: standards for medical education and training

These standards produced by the General Medical Council (GMC) set out requirements for the management and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and training.

These standards come into effect on 1 January 2016 and will supersede the previous standards in Tomorrow’s Doctors and The Trainee Doctor.


Please visit the GMC website to download a copy of this document or click on the resource link below.

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: