Postgraduate teaching and COVID

Innovative methods of remote teaching during the COVID-19 pandemicJA Gilmour, J Holman, A Hindocha, A Donald, R Curnock, H Manning, D Pask, L Turnbull, R Ranganna. In March 2020, Coronovirus hit the UK and caused huge changes to the NHS. Aside from the clinical challenges; educational and training opportunities were cancelled which significantly impacted on […]

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Could postgraduate medical education look different after Covid-19?

The Covid-19 pandemic led to rapid changes in the way things are done throughout the NHS and delivery of postgraduate education is no exception. Almost overnight we moved from predominantly lecture-based teaching to online platforms such as Zoom. In the face of a global pandemic where clinicians have appropriately prioritised frontline clinical care, there was […]

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Physician Shield Thyself

We are foundation doctors who have been advised to ‘shield’ and are clinically defined as ‘extremely vulnerable’ (1). We are one of many groups within the wider population of doctors whose personal and working lives have been impacted by COVID-19. Our position has shifted from practicing doctors to ‘extremely vulnerable’ members of society. Public Health […]

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