05 May 2022 17:00 - 18:00 Online attendance Free
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Free online taster session which allows participants to watch a real time interactive demonstration led by EC4H tutors. Participants will have the opportunity throughout the demonstration to contribute suggestions and feedback to the tutor team via the chat box
This webinar is open to all EC4H partner boards and organisations
Miss Laura Davidson (aged 70): discharged last week after hospital admission with COPD exacerbation. Refused care package; no DNACPR form. High risk for re-admission. Daughter requests an urgent review. You arrange to see Miss Davidson…
Date: 05 May 2022
Time: 17:00 - 18:00
Dr Kirsty Boyd was trained as a clinical communication tutor by Professor Peter Maguire in 1995 and has been organising postgraduate communication courses for over 20 years. She was Clinical Communication Programme Theme Head for the University of Edinburgh Medical School from 2002-2015 and she is an honorary clinical senior lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. Kirsty holds a Masters in Clinical Education from Nottingham University. She is retired from her clinical role is as consultant in palliative medicine at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. GMC Number: 2846907
Dr Alison Stillie is a Clinical Oncologist at the Edinburgh Cancer Centre and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh. She has been a tutor since 2014. Alison is the lead for undergraduate oncology teaching at the University of Edinburgh and is involved in postgraduate training and teaching.
Kim Steel is a Palliative Care Consultant in NHS Fife and an Associate Director of Medical Education. Kim graduated from the University of Dundee and trained in Palliative Care in the Northwest of England. Kim has been a tutor for EC4H since 2018 tutoring both in Fife and helping in other boards.
Megan Hume is a Locum Consultant in Acute Medicine at the Borders General Hospital. She has an interest in medical education, in particular simulation teaching and human factors. She completed the EC4H Clinical Communication Tutor training in 2019
Claire O’Neill is Lead Nurse and Clinical Service Manager for Acute Palliative Care Services in Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Claire has been involved in delivering communication skills training since 2003. More recently working with EC4H and NHSGGC Lead for Realistic Medicine to deliver Realistic Conversations virtual sessions.