Initiative designed to bring health and social care professionals and patients and public together
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University, The Health Foundation and the Patients Association have joined forces to provide tools to help the medical profession and patients work together more effectively, to the benefit of improved care and the NHS
What is the Point of Realist Research and Why Do We Need It?
What's on at Plymouth University: What is the Point of Realist Research and Why Do We Need It? CAMERA seminar. Plymouth University, 1 July 2016.
What Happens When You Let Patients Loose in Your Curriculum?
What's on at Plymouth University: What Happens When You Let Patients Loose in Your Curriculum. CAMERA seminar. Plymouth University, 17 June 2016.
Report shows medical revalidation is off to a good start
Plymouth University news: A consortium of health education academics led By Plymouth University has produced an interim report on medical revalidation for the General Medical Council
Why do medics from certain groups perform better or worse than others in the same assessment?
Plymouth University news: The General Medical Council commissioned CAMERA at Plymouth University to compile a report to identify why medics from different backgrounds do better or worse than others on the same assessment
Seminar will give an overview of the Australian Health Service
Plymouth University news: Dr Sim Mead from the Australian Medical Association will visit Plymouth on 26 November to talk about the Australian Health Service
Scoping exercise for national licensing examinations for doctors in the UK
Plymouth University news: The General Medical Council has commissioned Plymouth University to scope potential methods for the proposed national licensing examinations for doctors in the UK
Funding to examine the role of public and patients in medical revalidation
Plymouth University news: Independent body the Health Foundation commissions Plymouth to look at the role of patients and the public in doctor revalidation, the third in a three-part series of research looking at medical revalidation
Doctor revalidation needs to address seven key issues for success, claims report
Plymouth University news: The Collaboration for the Advancement of Medical Education Research and Assessment at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry has compiled a report saying revalidation must address seven points for success
Research is an integral part of the academic environment of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry and informs the development, content and delivery of our academic work including undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.