Projects from the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine organised by School of the lead applicant.
Formative assessment: how useful is it, who does it help the most, and how can we improve it further?
Supporting Transition to the Workplace through Entrustable Profession Activities: Student and Tutor Perspectives
Comparing the First Year Student Transition Experience in the Biomedical Sciences Programme at the University of Edinburgh and Zhejiang University
Are teaching resources and lecture recordings equally useful to domestic and international students?
Preparing graduates to manage acutely unwell patients - exploring the role of stress and strategies to mitigate its effects
How can supplementary audio recordings (podcasts) enhance the online distance learning experience
Exploring divergence and congruence between learning and assessment practices in University and professional workplaces
Do you really belong? Understanding the BAME attainment gap at Edinburgh University
Creation and evaluation of immersive simulation digital media.
Student-led neuroscience outreach project aimed at a diverse range of high school pupils.
Predicting academic attainment in case-based discussion board assessments
Through the patient's eyes: using virtual reality to teach empathy to medical and nursing students
Defining non-technical skills in doctors
Developing satisfying and effective feedback for medical students
Delivering innovative personalised feedback for large multi-station practical assessments
Tactical decision games in teaching
Early warning system - students at risk of failure
Learning about the limitations of medicine - exploring barriers to effective learning
How is good feedback expressed? A corpus analysis of feedback provided by Edinburgh University Students' Association Teaching Awards (Best Feedback) Nominees
Promoting a learning community through peer feedback - navigating the perspectives of staff and students
The role of the Programme Director in Taught Postgraduate Programmes
A WebCT interactive case study tool
Evaluating the long-lasting benefits of integrated assessment and feedback practices on academic skills and performance of undergraduate SBMS students
Creating opportunities for students through the development of an anatomy bodypainting workbook
Between paradigms: building competence in social sciences for students of medical sciences
Assessment Literacy for Graduate Attribute Enhancement (ALGAE) in Biomedical Sciences
ShinyStats: A new interactive and engaging statistics training application to complement existing resources
Self assessment in complex clinical skills
Preparing medical students for self-directed learning in statistics
Physical activity in medical education: a flipped classroom approach
Telling it like it is! Nursing students exchanging knowledge and experience through stories
Personalising Feedback: The Audio Way
Virtual slaughterhouse simulator
Lecturer in your lounge: providing digital feedback to distance education students using screencasting.
Extending an audio-feedback tool into new contexts: student and staff experiences
Development and evaluation of Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) in the veterinary curriculum: platform for a new undergraduate Certificate in Veterinary Medical Education
Where art meets science: development and evaluation of innovative 3-D models for undergraduate education
Co-development of a flipped classroom strategy
Approaches to teaching human empathy
Using gesture recognition system for hand hygiene training
Development and evaluation of a contextualised intervention to embed resilience training into the core veterinary curriculum
QualRec: Qualitative exploration of staff and student engagement, experience and behaviour with Lecture Recording
Developing research methods, data analysis and statistics course (RMDAS): engaging students in curriculum development
Climbing an ALP (Assessment Literacy Pyramid): A Programme Level Approach to Developing Assessment Literacy
Vets at "Play"
Developing business together: student perspectives on a key employability mismatch in veterinary education
Establishing the Dick Vet Immersive Simulation Environment (DiVISE)
Using 3D-printing technology to create novel simulator models for the performance of cerebrospinal fluid sampling