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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
I joined the Academic Unit of Primary Care (AUPC) as an Academic Teaching Fellow in 2009 following completion of GP Training in the Yorkshire and Humber region.
During my time at the AUPC I have taught undergraduates on the MBChB and the BSc in Primary Care and taught on the Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Care Education. As well as supervising BSc medical students' research projects.
I am a GP in Harrogate, a GP Trainer and work with colleagues at Health Education Yorkshire and Humber in the School of Primary care to ensure quality in primary care education across the region.
I am the clinical lead for two technology enhanced learning projects embedded within the School of Medicine: myPAL (my Personalised Adaptive Learning) and CIS4PC (Clinical Information Systems 4 Patient Care)
I am also a member of the Yorskhire Faculty of the RCGP.