Trainees and educators share their experiences of DA in medical education and training
As part of our DA programme of work we asked educators and trainees to talk about their experiences of DA and share information regarding support initiatives.
Watch the video blogs and read the stories to discover further information about the work of others.
Case study: Scotland Deanery
Duncan Pollock and Lesley Metcalf from the Scotland Deanery share with us their experience of using data, research and local knowledge to address differential attainment.
Case study: Dr Wiley
Dr Wiley explains how she has overcome some career challenges and how supportive educational supervision has made a difference to help shape her career.
Case study: Supporting doctors who graduated outside the UK
Dr Graham Rutt explains HEE North East & North Cumbria's (HEE NE & NC) innovative approach.
Case study: Peer mentoring programme
Dr Storring shares the benefits of a mentoring programme she has developed, this includes links to a practical training tool.
Case study: In training assessment profiler (I-Tap)
This demonstrates a tool which uses measures to identify GP trainees who may require support at an early stage of training.
Case study: Providing feedback to trainees
Dr Mumtaz Patel shares how using video observation and reflection has helped to support the training of a doctor.
Case study: Starting DA conversations early
Dr Rebecca Baron shows us the importance of beginning the DA conversation and using interactive initiatives with medical educators.
Case study: CSA support on extension (SOX)
Dr Anne Hawkridge introduces a package of support for GP trainees which aims to reduce additional training time.
Case study: Widening participation initiative
Rebecca D'Silva shares a widening participation programme initiative. Southampton Medical School ran a series of workshops which aimed to enhance the learning, experience and attainment of students.