RGUC Newsletters

RGUC Newsletters These newsletters update members of the Dudley Group Undergraduate Teaching Academy and medical students about projects and resources being developed to supplement learning and medical education. Here you will find a list of links to open and download our archived RGUC newsletters in PDF format.  RGUC Newsletter – September 2021 This newsletter will […]

Experiences of a FY1 doctor at The Dudley Group

Experiences of a FY1 doctor at The Dudley Group Future foundation year one and two doctors can gain an insight into life at The Dudley Group from Aadil’s experiences, covered in this video by the RGUC media team. Aadil attended Russells Hall as a medical student during his undergraduate training and was keen to return […]

Clinical Teaching Fellows showcase work at virtual conference

Clinical Teaching Fellows showcase work at virtual conference Every year, Clinical Teaching Fellows (CTFs) are invited to the Birmingham Conference at the University of Birmingham medical school, where they are invited to submit abstracts for consideration for the Dean’s Prize for Research and Innovation in Undergraduate Medical Education. Due to COVID-19, all poster conferences in […]

What are Human Factors? Why should they matter to you and your patients?

What are Human Factors? Why should they matter to you and your patients? Working alongside Dr Calthorpe, our patient safety lead, the RGUC Media Team have recently completed the design of an infographic poster dealing with human factors and the role they play in patient safety. The poster is displayed in all staff areas around […]

Tomorrow’s Clinicians app goes LIVE!

Tomorrow’s Clinicians App goes live! A new digital learning app to enhance the understanding of clinical skills in an innovative way has been launched. Tomorrow’s Clinicians, developed by the RGUC Media Team under the iClinical® platform, will be available on both iOS and Android platforms.  The app allows users to consolidate their knowledge of common procedures […]

Learning resources shortlisted for innovation awards

Learning resources shortlisted for innovation awards Meridian Awards – July 2019 A learning package developed in-house was recently short-listed for a regional innovation award. Funded by the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN), ‘Human factors and non-technical skills’ is a video-based learning resource designed to provide an introductory insight into the role that human […]

Association of Medical Education (ASME) Annual Scientific Meeting

Some of our clinical teaching fellows attended the Association of Medical Education (ASME) Annual Scientific Meeting in Glasgow to present the research undertaken this year in the academy. The conference theme of Sustainability, Transformation and Innovation in Medical Education provided the perfect opportunity to showcase some of the electronic resources currently being developed at Russells […]