Masterclasses for Senior Educators

Delivery of masterclasses are postponed until such a time that face to face delivery is possible. Thank you for your interest and patience.


An academic series of master classes on topical and emerging areas of medical education for HEE faculty are open to the Educational Team, Accredited Educational Supervisors and Educators in all Schools and Trusts. Global and nationally important speakers and local experts will be invited to present.


Faculty development for senior educators in HEE South West are provided to assist in creating a consistent understanding about important current developments and issues affecting medical education.

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Previous sessions have included:

  • Simulation – Dr Peter Weinstock and Dr David Grant
  • GMC Standards – Dr Vicky Osgood
  • Sustainability - Dr Tim Ballard, Dr Trevor Thompson and Dr Sally Aston
  • Leadership - Dr David Pendleton
  • Motivational Interviewing - Dr Guy Undrill
  • Effective Feedback and Formative Assessment – Dr Linda Jones
  • Spirituality, Healing and Teaching - Dr Huw Morgan
  • Complexity and Change in the NHS - Ralph Stacey
  • Leadership and Senior Doctors - Dr Kate Mackenzie-Davy and Dr Megan Joffe
  • Faculty Development - Professor Yvonne Steinert
  • Assessments - Professor Valerie Wass
  • Simulation and the Future in Medical Education - Professor Roger Kneebone
  • Developing reflective practice in trainees - Dr Roger Neighbour
  • Intelligence Personality and Learning (part 2) - Professor Adrian Furnham
  • Patient Safety - Professor Ben Sachs and others
  • Bringing out the best in professionals - Graham Oppenheimer and quartet
  • Social Entrepreneurship competencies for doctors - Ann Porter
  • Motivating Teams - Professor Aidan Halligan
  • Leading Change in Medical Education - Professor Bernard Crump
  • Developing understanding of cultural structures within the NHS - Professor Charles Hampden-Turner
  • Intelligence Personality and Educational Strategy – Professor Adrian Furnham