The Clinical Teacher
© John Wiley & Sons Ltd 2014. THE CLINICAL TEACHER 2014
Edited By: Jill Thistlethwaite & Michael Ross
Online ISSN: 1743-498X
Associated Title(s): Medical Education
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Welcome to the new co-editors of The Clinical Teacher
The Clinical Teacher is thrilled to announce the appointment of two new co-editors.
Professor Jill Thistlethwaite will be working in partnership with Dr Michael Ross, to take the journal forward. Their wealth of expertise, knowledge and practical experience, and their engagement with the latest electronic media, will ensure that The Clinical Teacher responds to the needs of the clinical teacher working in today’s demanding health care environment.
They will take up their positions as co-editors from 1st January 2014 but are already planning fresh and innovative ways to engage with the clinical teacher community.
Travelling Fellowship Winner 2014
We are delighted to announce that the recipient of The Clinical Teacher Travelling Fellowship for 2014 is Andrew Teodorczuk from Newcastle University. Andrew will be using the award to fund travel to Griffith University in Australia to further his work with colleagues in the development of high-level Interprofessional Education leadership skills. Andrew is pictured here at the ASME Annual Scientific meeting in Brighton with (left to right) Jill Thistlethwaite, Co-Editor in Chief, Dr Tien Khoo, Griffith University and Michael Ross, Co-Editor in Chief.
The 2014 Impact Award Winners are:
Chris Holland, Suzanne Bench, Kate Brown, Claire Bradley, Lorna Johnson and Jayne Frisby for their article Interprofessional working in acute care.
Full details are in the 'Award Winners' section.
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The Clinical Educator's Handbook
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This handbook addresses a wide variety of issues of clinical education and looks at many different settings in which clinical teaching takes place and is designed to help the clinician-educator do the best possible job of teaching.
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