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Inclusivity and Accessibility in Higher Education with Alison Braddock and Michael Draper

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Inclusivity and Accesibility are common terms in the education landscape, but what do they really mean? What are our responsibilities as educators? How does the student-educator relationship compare to the patient-practitioner relationship when it comes to confidentiality and disclosure? Unltimately, how can we make sure education is accessible for all? Phil discusses all these things and more with Alison Braddock and Prof Michael Draper from the Swansea Academy of Inclusivity and Learner Success.

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Episode 7 · 3 months ago

Teleteaching with Dr Avad Mughal

Telemedicine has a long history around the world but its use has increased dramatically during the global COVID19 Pandemic. We talk to Consultant Dermatologist Dr Avad Mughal about how he has adapted his clinical teaching to work with Telemedicine, and offers some tips for others to do the same

Episode 6 · 3 months ago

Inclusivity and Accessibility in Higher Education with Alison Braddock and Michael Draper

Inclusivity and Accesibility are common terms in the education landscape, but what do they really mean? What are our responsibilities as educators? How does the student-educator relationship compare to the patient-practitioner relationship when it comes to confidentiality and disclosure? Unltimately, how can we make sure education is accessible for all? Phil discusses all these things and more with Alison Braddock and Prof Michael Draper from the Swansea Academy of Inclusivity and Learner Success.

Episode 5 · 3 months ago

Mental Workload with Professor Aidan Byrne

We all have a limited capacity for real-time processing of new information. How does this affect our learning and our everyday professional roles. How do we account for this limitation in medical education? How does it affect our roles as learners, educators and assessors? Can we measure this mental workload? Is it the same as Cognitive Load.

Phil discusses all this and more with Professor Aidan Byrne. Aidan is a consultant Anaesthetist and Deputy Executive Medical Director at the Swansea Bay University Health Board. He is also an Honorary Professor at the Swansea University Medical School. He has published many studies measuring and examining mental workload in medical education. 

Episode 4 · 4 months ago

Making Educational Videos with Dr Sam Webster

What makes a good educational video? How do I get started? Why should I get started? What kit do I need? What about copyright? We discuss all these questions with Anatomist (and YouTube star) Dr Sam Webster, who has 10 years of experience making anatomy videos for YouTube.