|DEPARTMENT OF SURGICAL SCIENCES
DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Who we are
The Department of Surgical Sciences is a major teaching and research department within the Dunedin School of Medicine, located at the Dunedin Hospital. Our department prides itself on its contribution to medical and health sciences teaching.
This particular role sits within the Anaesthesia and Intensive Care section. Our unit is involved in a variety of areas including clinical anaesthesia, intensive care, post-operative pain control, chronic and persistent pain management, and aero-medical evacuation of casualties.
About the role
As a Professional Practice Fellow you will prepare and develop learning resources for the Trainee Intern Critical Care Learning (CCL) module, delivered as part of the 6th year course. You will also participate in teaching and assessment in the NZRC Level 6/7 courses and the Simulation Weeks which occur with each cycle of the module.
Key tasks include:
• Working with key clinicians and the e-learning advisor to convert raw case material into online cases with supporting learning materials in accord with the stated module learning outcomes.
• Further developing and refining scripts and supporting materials for simulation cases.
• Improving and refining assessment methods and documentation of achievements that links to stated learning outcomes for this module.
• Developing structure and script for new video learning materials to ensure that the Trainee interns have access to material that supports the learning outcomes in their own time.
Your Skills and Experience
• An enthusiasm for teaching and the development of new teaching methods particularly in the e-learning space.
• A strong rapport with students and experience working with students in stressful clinical scenarios.
• A great initiative and the ability to utilise modest teaching resources to develop adequate and convincing simulated patient environments.
This role is well suited to a medical graduate with at least three years’ post-graduate clinical experience and someone who is preferably beyond or near completion of a post-graduate training program in a field that is relevant to Critical Care Learning.
This is a part-time (0.3 FTE), fixed term position for 12 months commencing Monday, 2 November 2020.
Confidential enquiries can be made to Mr Mike Hunter, CCL Module Convenor, via the contact details below.
To submit your application (including CV and cover letter) Applications quoting reference number 2001402 will close on Wednesday, 30 September 2020.