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Summary: Jane Kirby is a Clinical Lecturer and the Programme Leader for Postgraduate Programmes in Primary Care Education. Her research interest is Technology-Enhanced Learning.
Location: G.31, Charles Thackrah Building
Programme Leader PGCert Primary Care Education
Main teaching commitment is on the postgraduate certificate in primary care education. This is a 4 module course including:
- Educational Theory
- The Consultation
- Education in Practice
- Teaching the consultation
This postgraduate certificate is directed at any primary care professional wishing to further their knowledge and skills in teaching and learning in the primary care environment. The programme leader has overall responsibility for student experience, module content, delivery and assessment. The teaching is delivered in conjunction with a number of colleagues from within the Academic Unit of Primary Care and educators with special interests from around the region.
Clinical Information Systems 4 Patient Care project
This project aims to ensure tomorrows doctors are able to incorporate the use of clinical information systems into their consultations, access patient information, support the clinical encounter and safely and accurately record patient data in electronic records. The CIS4PC project was initially funded by the Yorkshire and Humber SHA and NHS Bradford and Airedale, but is now a core part of the MBChB teaching. It is delivered to students from years 1-4 by a team of educators from within AUPC and the Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics.