Increasingly, nurses and other health professionals are required to teach doctors, trainees and medical students. This book also helps to contextualise learning and provide practical tips for teaching in the clinical context for all health professionals. The book will be useful for clinical teachers at whichever stage of career as it covers all areas of health professions' education in an easy to follow style. It provides a theoretical basis to how clinical teaching and learning might be carried out and draws on the experience of well-regarded clinical teachers to highlight practice points. All aspects of clinical teaching and learning, appraisal, supervision and career development are included. This book is written in an easy to follow format with short chapters, sections, diagrams and practice points. The theory is always related to teaching practice in the clinical context.
Keywords: Medical education, Clinical teacher, Learning, Assessment, Outcomes, Curriculum, Feedback, Supervision, Lectures, Small groups, Patient involvement, Workplace-based assessment, Interprofessional learning, Online learning, Simulation, Competency, Appraisal, Careers guidance, Mentoring, Doctors in difficulty, Equal opportunities, Educational research, Professional development, Quality assurance